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Copy of Digital Compositing


Arina Sevastyanova

on 6 December 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Digital Compositing

Digital Compositing
What is digital compositing?
The History
The Glass Shot
The Blue Screen
The Yellow Screen
The Black Screen
The Dunning Process
Presentation by Shamus Campbell
Digital compositing is a method used to create one seamless picture using extracts from various other sources.

Background can differ from the foreground.

People and objects appear to be on location when actually on set.

Aspects can be added or removed from locations.

George Melies
The Matte Shot
The Great Train Robbery 1903
Norman Dawn
Matte Painting
Frank Williams
The Williams Process
Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans 1927
The Traveling Matte
The Invisible Man 1933
King Kong 1933
The Thief of Baghdad 1940
Optical Printer
The Ten Commandments 1956
Petro Vlahos
Mordern Day Compositing

Green Screen
After Effects
Visual effects
Walt Disney
The Parent Trap 1961

Ben Hur 1959
Improvement of The Blue Screen
Mechanical effects
Beginning of film
Late 1800's
Lumiere Brothers
Lawrence W. Butler
Mary Poppins 1964
Star Wars
The Empire Strikes Back 1980
Quad Optical Printer
The Digital Age
Special effects
Visual effects
Fast and Furious 6 2013
Justin Lin
James Cameron
Motion Capture
The Lord of The Rings

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