Film

Then and Now: One Century of Artistic Effects in Post-Production

“The Cameraman’s Revenge” is a stop motion film from 1912 about infidelity among insects. Ladislaw Starewicz uses dead bugs and opens a door to a wide range of post-production possibilities.

With Today’s technology one must dig much deeper in and use all the creativity and imagination to produce memorable work of art.
As an example, filmmaker Cy Kuckenbaker takes footage from the Washington Street bridge in San Diego and edits it in After Effects. “My aim is to reveal the color palette and color preferences of contemporary San Diego drivers in addition to traffic patterns and volumes. There are no CG elements, these are all real cars that have been removed from one sample and reorganized.”

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