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Dennis Size
Chromakey tutorial for those interested
on Jul 9, 2009 at 7:49:32 am

This webinar tutorial adverisement I received might be helpful for those needing help wih their chromakeys.
To register for it go to:
http://www.studiodaily.com/store/webinars/

DS



DATE: Wednesday, July 29, 2009
TIME: 10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST
PRICE: $75

Say goodbye to bad keys and unconvincing composites. Of interest to DPs, editors and composite artists, this webinar will address the common pitfalls in creating elements for and delivering chroma key effects, whether for commercial spots or longer form projects. Our expert panel will include those from all parts of the production and post pipeline.

You’ll learn:

Tips for studio setup, lighting and minimizing spill
Optimal steps for a better key
Blue vs. green: When color matters
The ins and outs of 2D and 3D tracking
Shortcuts, workarounds and top techniques you can use in leading compositing workflows


Featured Panelists
Damijan Saccio, principal and co-founder
John Stanch, lead compositor
UVPHACTORY (UVPH), New York, NY


Saccio and Stanch will discuss the creation of on-stage tour graphics and the music video “Drown in the Now” for The Crystal Method.

UVPH is an award-winning design, production and motion graphics company that offers a range of conceptualization, live-action direction and production, editorial, 2D/3D animation, sound composition/design and final compositing services for broadcast, commercial, film, music video and Web clients. Clients include AT&T, BET, Cartoon Network, CBS, Cinemax, Cingular, Coca-Cola, Comedy Central, ESPN, FOX Sports, General Electric, HBO, IBM, IFC, Miramax, MTV, NBC, Nike, Scripps Networks, SCI FI Network, Showtime, Swatch, US Cellular, and VH1.

Time-Slice Films, London, England
Specialists in frozen-time effects for film and television, Time Slice will discuss how they put comedian Justin Lee Collins on the deck of the USS Enterprise for his recent Bring Back Star Trek program for Channel 4 in the UK.







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