3D Photo Projection - Camera Shake, Light Streaks and Twitch

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3D Photo Projection - Camera Shake, Light Streaks and Twitch

Postby _8T3_ on 12/14/2009, 6:33 am



tips Learnt from the photo projection tutorial, used the Handheld Camera Script to create the camera shake and also used twitch. Insipred by prologue's work on the MTV Music awards.

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Re: 3D Photo Projection - Camera Shake, Light Streaks and Twitch

Postby RoscoeJones on 12/14/2009, 6:53 am

Looks nice. I like the colors. The text blocks are hard to read with everything else going on. I just did something similar to this for a music video intro. Your alley and wall seems disconnected somehow, unless that's what you were going for. It seems like they should connect. Make sure all the solids you are projecting onto are intersecting where they need to be. You could desaturate everything a little bit (not completely black and white) and have the blue streak and flash be the main points to your piece. I like it!
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Re: 3D Photo Projection - Camera Shake, Light Streaks and Twitch

Postby ollypopper on 12/14/2009, 7:04 am

This is cool. I like the lens flare flashes. It sort of makes it feel like the camera is dipping in and out of sun glare. I'm not sure you needed the twitch but it wasn't over used which is cool. Maybe making it a little darker and adding some blue light being cast from the streak would look nice. Great stuff all in all.
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