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BACK to the FUTURE "Compositing Techniques"
Run Time - 9:46 Release Date - 10/21/14
Our 3rd installment deals with the post production process in achieving our "time slice effect" & "forced perspective" seen in the previous 2 episodes.
To create the "time slice effect" we had to shoot 9 different exposures and blend them into one shot.
To do this you need to...
Export each exposure separately (as a Quicktime) in DragonFrame
Open up your editing software and stack each exposure on top of each other.
You then change the blending mode to all the exposures except your 1st exposure (base exposure underneath everything else) to the "LIGHTEN" mode.
Render your seq and that should do it !!
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