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Camelia Nedelcuwhat kind of filter is this
by on Oct 12, 2009 at 7:35:24 pm

Hy there ,
can you tell me how can i make this



kind of effect ?
in Star trek is very often use.

Thank you a lot :)


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Kevin CampRe: what kind of filter is this
by on Oct 12, 2009 at 7:47:47 pm

they look like they are in camera effects... meaning they were shot that way.

i do think they were not shot with the video, though. i think the may have been actual lens flares on a black background that were composited over the footage using a blending mode like screen or add.

they may have been further effected by animating the scale, opacity and maybe a wipe effect.

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Jason BrownRe: what kind of filter is this
by on Oct 12, 2009 at 7:53:22 pm

Yea...I like Kevin's idea. You could further add to the complexity of the light structure by shooting black through an angled mirror (clean it)...and use a laser pointer...you could get some very trippy looks.

-Jason


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Kylee PeñaRe: what kind of filter is this
by on Oct 12, 2009 at 8:14:04 pm

If you are looking for more similar to Star Trek, videocopilot.net has a plugin coming out.


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Juan A. Ibarra PeinadoRe: what kind of filter is this
by on Oct 13, 2009 at 7:12:24 am

Looks like a flare in background with the obstruction layer defined in foregroung (dancer). Dancer looks matted and added in multiply mode.

Just looks like that ^^

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Camelia NedelcuRe: what kind of filter is this
by on Oct 13, 2009 at 9:53:24 am

Ok thank you everyone for answering me.


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Matthew BrushinskiRe: what kind of filter is this
by on Oct 21, 2009 at 9:59:55 am

If you add some glow and soft focus, along with a couple random lens flares...adjusting for a while, you might achieve the same results.

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