Tag Archives: creative process

HDR Images

High Dynamic Range Images – HDRI  HDRI (High Dynamic Range Imaging) is a technology that expands the dynamic range of an image and shows details in both shadows and highlights. Dynamic Range is a range of brightness values that can be recorded on media (film, photographic plate, photographic paper) or on the matrix of a digital […]

Drawing, Design and Creativity

  How Ink Is Made Off the Record “DESIGN CREATES CULTURE CULTURE SHAPES VALUES VALUES DETERMINE THE FUTURE”  Robert L Peters The understanding of all creatures is relative to their field of perception, involving illusion, confusion and delusion creating their reality.  Maya is the illusory creative force of the supreme lord. Life is about how we perceive […]

Colour

Colour is about communicating, a subjective thing.  It is not only about the overall look, there is the dilemma of sunny days vs overcast sky in a scene, using colour to enhance different environments and geographies, creating juxtaposition between scenes.  Might be a warm and colourful film with the need to feel the environment, like […]

Compositing

Compositing is the process of putting back together elements of a shot or scene that have been rendered separately.  These layers give the compositor the ability to alter elements when finishing before bringing them together in the final image.  In the Post-Production Visual Effects Industry, compositing is a vital step to achieving final, finished shot imagery.  Utilizing […]

Post Production

A POST PRODUCTION BLUE PRINT: By Joel Goodman The cloud paradox: is cloud-based post-production a future out of reach? The potential benefits of a post-production pipeline in the cloud are irrefutable. As we touched on in our last article in this series, cloud technology has the ability to completely remove that tricky planning stage – […]

Storyboards and Animatics

FILM  STORYBOARDS SEQUENCE and VARIETY SHOOTING in STORYTELLING Videomaker: 180 deg rule Vary your video composition: 10 types of camera shots Until you’ve experienced being on the other side of the camera, moviegoers might not realize that they’ve been engaged throughout the storyline because of the range of camera shots in the film. It’s not just […]

3D printing

A San Francisco startup is 3D-printing entire houses in just one day TedX promo CNN Explains: 3-D printing How MakerBot’s 3D scanner works The Powers of 3D Printing from iiNet Newsletter Posted on July 20, 2016 People are talking a lot about 3D printing these days, even though it’s far from a new idea since the first […]

Animation

Computer animation is only a relatively recent development.The first 3D images where generated by William Fetter in the 1960’s and in 1986 Pixar released its first 3D Animation with Ed catmull as the Chief Technical Officer. “…At Pixar, he was a key developer of the RenderMan rendering system used in films such as Toy Story […]

Story Process

A great story to connect with your viewers is still the key.  It is important for a writer to have a rich and varied background, your writing for someone to get immersed into a world, not like a novel where you describe everything and give them a complete picture.  You need to enter this world […]

Film Making

Tell people’s stories in a way that makes a difference. How Do We Judge the Best? MAKING MOVIES MAKING MOVEIS:  Interviews Top Tips from Irish Film Festival Australia’s director, Enda Murray Five tips for getting started on a short film for REC Ya Shorts REC Ya Shorts Youth Film Festival 2017 is now nearly two […]