Hollywoods History of Faking It

Hollywoods History of Faking It

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Sometimes, faking it is a good thing… See this amazing video from Filmmaker IQ:

Isn’t that amazing? Share what you think below!

Keep rendering…

– Val Cameron

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Happily sharing how to create great 3D & 2D art in DAZ Studio, Lightwave and Photoshop, Val Cameron, CEO and founder of Dreamlight, has been coaching and mentoring hundreds of thousands of artists since 2005. Bestselling DAZ 3D vendor with over 230+ video tutorials, plug ins and light sets.

5 Responses to “Hollywoods History of Faking It”

  1. Kathleen Sibo January 5, 2015 at 10:17 pm #

    Fantastic video! I had no idea about how complex even old movies were. Seems like this ought to work for using layers digitally. But I still don’t understand the use of mats when superimposing an opaque figure with a transparent background against an opaque background image. Anyway, thanks for the video.

    • Steven Elliott January 6, 2015 at 8:11 am #

      What don’t you understand, Kathleen? How they combined them? They would lay the foreground film directly on top of the background film, with the background showing through the transparent areas on the foreground film and take a new picture of the combined images.

    • Val Cameron January 6, 2015 at 11:33 am #

      Sure is, love all the amazing insights from this video! :) Think of the two superimposing images, as two layers inside photoshop. Both layers would show everything. Then you add masks to each of the layers. One of them would cut out the figure, leaving the background. The other mask would cut out the background, leaving the figure. When combined, they would appear to be one single image. Hope that makes sense!

  2. nw316 January 6, 2015 at 4:25 pm #

    Hello Val,
    I recently purchased some things and been having difficulty installing Hollywood Director. I’ve submitted several tickets with no replies. Also, with my VIP account, I seem to be still denied access to forums. Can yo ucheck on this? Thanks! Don

    • Val Cameron January 8, 2015 at 3:39 pm #

      Hi Don, sorry for your trouble. Please allow 24-48 hours for our support to get back. They will be able to assist you shortly…

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