The intro shot: Using Photoshop elements and noise effects to add atmosphere


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The intro shot: Using Photoshop elements and noise effects to add atmosphere

All right, here we are, ready to begin the compositing process. We're going to start off with shot 1 because it's the longest shot and what we're going to be doing in this video is using Photoshop elements and a little bit of Fractal Noise, which is an effect, to give our shot a little bit more character. So let's start off by opening up the composition for that and what I'm going to do is go to the Video and Audio folder CINEMA imports, and in the shot-001-render_END folder, I'm going to duplicate this composition. And let's go Command+D to duplicate it and let's call this one shot-001, just delete all the extra stuff off it.

I like to always keep an extra copy of my comp around just in case, and so I'm going to call this shot-001 and we want to move this into a new sub-folder. And let's enlarge our window here a little bit. And in the Working comps folder is where we're going to store this and let's go to shot-001 and drag it into the Wor...

The intro shot: Using Photoshop elements and noise effects to add atmosphere
Video duration: 8m 38s 7h 2m Intermediate

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The intro shot: Using Photoshop elements and noise effects to add atmosphere provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Designing a Promo

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3D + Animation Video
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CINEMA 4D
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