Why depth of field is important to your video, and how to work with it.
Learn about lens adapters and how you can get a shallow depth of field without spending a ton of cash!
AdoramaTV presents Digital Photography One on One with Mark Wallace. In this episode Mark talks about Depth of Field and how aperture, focal length and distance from subject impact your depth of field.
New in Photoshop Elements 10 is the Depth Of Field technique. It's in the Guided Edit section of Elements which means it's easy to implement. I'll also show how you can touch it up a bit if you need to.
This is a quick tutorial on how to do a nice shallow Depth of field to your photos but this technique also works with videos (film projects.) The software is called "paint.NET" is mostly like adobe photoshop but FREE!! you can download the software at *******www.getpaint****
This simple tutorial explains how to get a more professional and artistic look by creating a "faux" shallow depth of field. The end result is only a subtle change, but depending on your artistic intentions it can really enhance a picture.
Want to make a better film? A shallow depth of field is the key, that's what gets people's attention. Learn how to get that here.
A great tutorial on making your films more cinematic by creating a shallow depth of field with no adapter
Learn what Depth of Field is and how to eat it. More at *******photogaps****
In this episode of Photoshop for Video, Richard Harrington takes a look at a depth of field blurring technique that allows you to simulate the depth of field look inside of Photoshop. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Learn how to reenacted how you feel after a break up with the Heart Torn Out effect, then stick around for some quick tips on Depth of Field.
Brian Jucha approached us wanting us to design there logo and bring it to life with animation. Even though we took the logo in a different direction he was sold. For the animation he had a specific concept in mind which seemed like a challenge. The logo and final animation were well received. It was a result of our 3 of our team members. The logo designer (Design A Bot), the motion artist (myself), and finally the sound designer (The Human).
It took me a while to get the right amount of sperm in the scene distanced in z space. Through orienting the smaller sperm comp on a path that was manipulated by particular 2s turbulence field I was able to have the sperm swim in random directions. Using a shallow depth of field and changing the focus distance along with playing with physics time factor I slowed the animation down to a crawl. The snake starts as a sperm (if you are watching that slow). Next through key-framing edge thin, and animating the snake via puppet tool the snake transforms and comes to a halt. This was quite a bit more complicated piece for a logo animation, but I think it came out amazing. The best work that comes out of panda motion and spin my logo is always a result of teamwork!
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