VES Handbook of Visual Effects Book Party
The VES Handbook of Visual Effects Party!
Edited by Jeffrey A. Okun and Susan Zwerman
Saturday - August 7th, 2010
3:00pm - 5:30pm
9101 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
We will be serving complimentary food and wine and will have books available on site to purchase at a 30% discount for VES Members. Please come by to socialize and help us celebrate this momentous event! We look forward to seeing you there!
The Handbook of Visual Effects is the most complete depository for visual effects techniques and best practices available today. It is filled with hard facts and techniques learned from research, trial and error, and practical experience. Contained in these pages are the tricks, short cuts, lessons, best practices, and wisdom garnered throughout the history of visual effects.
Wisdom from the best and the brightest in the industry, this visual effects bible belongs on the shelf of anyone working in or aspiring to work in VFX. The book covers techniques and solutions all VFX artists, producers, and supervisors need to know, from preproduction, to digital character creation and compositing of both live-action and CG elements.
In-depth lessons on stereoscopic moviemaking, color management, and digital intermediates are included, as well as chapters on interactive games and full animation authored by artists and experts. Written by 89 top leading visual effects practitioners and covering everything about visual effects from preproduction, production, and post production.
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