The above video focuses on how you can get some high production value shots utilizing a green screen that doesn't have to be difficult or expensive. We dig into keying and compositing in After Effects as well as a stitched background with Photoshop.
We have attempted to cover as much of the process as possible: from shooting, keying and compositing, through color correction. There are also some included tips on how to enhance a flat still to sell it as a motion background.
Zeiss CP.2 35mm
Kessler Crane KC-12/8
Adobe Production Premium CS 5.5
This video is part one of (at least) two video's that I'll be doing on Adobe Premiere CS4. The second video which I hope to have finished by Monday will cover the video editing aspects of the software.
In the above video, Jon Carr, demonstrates the new 3D camera tracker in Adobe After Effects CS6. The tutorial covers two different uses of the camera tracker: incorporating 3D text and also basic visual effects.