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Some time has passed since I told you that I’m back in the game. And in the meantime this happened: Cinema Grade for Windows. As you can see, I am again directly involved in reducing your pains in using color grading tools during editing. Take a look at that Kickstarter…Continue reading »
After a long, 4-year diversion into network security software development I have now returned to programming color correction plugins and post-production workflow tools, hopefully for longer. If everything pans out, some products in this space will see a nice upgrade and a market expansion thanks to yours truly. Unfortunately, I…Continue reading »
I learnt image color correction in several stages. First was of course playing in RGB with scanned pictures. I used shareware Paint Shop Pro back in those days, which at some point was acquired by Corel. And it was cool, levels - or actually auto-levels - was all the buzz,…Continue reading »
On May 6th 2013 I was still working partially as a graphic designer. Adobe announced, that they were moving from selling permanent licenses to their products to the subscription-based model. There were a lot of reactions to this news, some bad, some good, quite a few extreme, as usually happens…Continue reading »
Since I have had such a great time this year working on 48 Hour Film Project, I decided to follow through and guide you over the actual editing process of this short movie. If you have not yet read my 48 HFP Experience article, I encourage you to do so. This…Continue reading »
In the previous article I wrote how I prepared for this year’s 48 Hour Film Project in Warsaw. Here I want to tell you what actually happened and how the situation unfolded from my point of view. However, before reading further, watch our short, so that I can safely write about…Continue reading »
Last year I took part in 48 Hour Film Project for the first time, and loved every second. I wrote extensively about it. This year I was also eager to participate. To my surprise, it turned out that I was supposed to not only head the post-production team, but to…Continue reading »
I’ve grown quiet over past several months, when I decided to more actively embrace my development career in a field that is not related to film and video. However, despite quite an overwhelming day job, I managed to recently wrap up the second instalment of a course for After Effects…Continue reading »
Ben Gill, whom I interviewed some time ago about Performance Enhancing Visual Effects, has since published another tutorial, showcasing his other projects and additional techniques. In case you have not yet seen it, here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9neN3i__pGYContinue reading »
Disclaimer: Blackmagic Design was kind enough to supply me with a full version of Fusion Studio to check out the latest features. It most certainly influenced this article, but I believe you will find it interesting regardless. While taking part in 48 Hour Film Project I did have an opportunity…Continue reading »
September, Amsterdam, and IBC hold a very dear place in my heart. Even though my daily job now is software development, I decided not to skip the event this year. I did limit my attendance to just Saturday and Sunday though. Even before I went to the show floor, I…Continue reading »
Regular readers of this blog know, that I have been dreaming about a low-cost grading control surface for years. At some point I even considered attempting to build one myself, but this project never got more serious than an extensive set of notes. There were a few remotely interesting ideas…Continue reading »
Even though I’ve edited a lot of trailers and commercials, where music played an important part, I had never had an opportunity of working on an actual music video. Thanks to a fortunate coincidence, I was recently contacted by a young singer, Oktawia Kawęcka, who had just recorded a cover…Continue reading »
Update: Ben has published a new tutorial that I added at the bottom of his interview. This interview is part of the larger series about Performance Enhancing Visual Effects. Ben Gill is a filmmaker and designer, author of the split screen tutorial which I attached to the end of the first…Continue reading »
One of the byproducts of my work on THAT Studio Panel extension for Premiere Pro and After Effects has been an After Effects script that would generate a massive amount of thumbnails for video files. The initial idea to use it to prepare Panel assets did get scrubbed along the…Continue reading »