Deep compositing : the capability of deep with small scale projects : this exegesis is submitted to Auckland University of Technology for the degree of Bachelor of Art & Design, Honours, Digital Design, 2015 / by Daniel Thomson.

This research project explores digital deep compositing in relation to small studios and freelance digital artists. In an industry boasting numerous compositing methods, it is important to understand which method will be most effective to any given take. Nearly every large post production studio has...

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Main Author: Thomson, Daniel (Author)
Corporate Author: Auckland University of Technology. School of Art and Design
Format: Ethesis
Language:English
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Summary:This research project explores digital deep compositing in relation to small studios and freelance digital artists. In an industry boasting numerous compositing methods, it is important to understand which method will be most effective to any given take. Nearly every large post production studio has chosen to incorporate deep compositing into their pipeline over the past five years. This shift has occurred to a much lesser extent with smaller studios and freelancers. Despite this, deep holds tools and techniques that can also be beneficial for medium to small scale projects. This paper promotes the view that deep compositing can and should be considered for any post-production pipeline. There are numerous compositing problems when working in the VFX industry and deep has a number of solutions. Various common compositing situations are examined in this paper in relation to how deep could play a role in production.
Physical Description:1 online resource : illustrations
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references.
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