LA ACM SIGGRAPH & VES Los Angeles Section Present:
STEVE WRIGHT: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF COMPOSITING VISUAL EFFECTS
Steve Wright gives an in-person overview of VFX compositing techniques to those artists who RSVP to deepen their understanding of its critical role in visual effects.
Tuesday, January 8th, 2019
6:30 - 7:30 PM Social Hour
7:30 - 9:15 PM Program Presentation
Join the members of the VES Los Angeles Section & LA ACM SIGGRAPH as we engage in a tour of the tools, techniques, and artistic requirements for compositing visual effects.
Demonstrations of how compositing is used for camera tracking, set extension, camera projection, blue/green screen keying, color correcting, tracking, clean plate construction, and multi-pass CGI compositing. Advance your knowledge of what compositors do and how they do it.
A rare look into the math and science behind the incredible technology used in Nuke, the de facto industry standard visual effects compositing software by the Foundry, coupled with demonstrations of its applications to movie magic in today's blockbuster films. We peer behind the black curtain at how hi-tech visual effects shots are executed and what it takes to set one up with advanced concepts like Deep Compositing, Alembic Geometry, Camera Projection and CGI AOV's.
Compositing now holds a high position in the artistic expression of visual effects as compositors are now required to not only make shots compiled from multiple disparate sources merge together photo realistically, but to also make them look "cool". Compositors are now providing the final "look" to the shot with their blending of multiple cgi lighting passes and artistically driven color correction.
Presenter: Steve Wright