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Arts and Creative Industries

Arts and Creative Industries

Editing and Visual Graphics

Visual Effects and Compositing

£1200.00

Description

This course Is one of three advanced short courses that LSBU is offering in Post Production during 2018

We expect students to be practisers or those who have prior skills in film post production.


This module focuses on the core principles of Visual Effects design and compositing, and aims to develop students’ understanding of the concepts and technical processes involved in VFX.

Students will be introduced to 2D compositing software, and working with this software, students will explore keying, masking and tracking. The module will provide students with a broad overview of the VFX facilities operating in London and the roles within these organisations.

Students will be informed of key players in the industry and of the post graduate’s place within these companies.

By the end of the module they will have an overview and experience of compositing assets into live action footage.

Students will end the course with

An understanding of compositing software and the relationship between compositing and non-linear editing

Understanding of the workflow and responsibilities of VFX artists and compositors.

A familiarity with appropriate production planning and pre-visualisation strategies

An introduction to research and time management skills in relation to developing practical work

An understanding of how the VFX industry operates, its structures and ecologies

The module is also part of the Masters Course in post production.

If you wish to consider studying this course please take advantage of contacting the course leader

Ben Mallaby or alternatively book

Course duration: 10 evenings plus one weekend

Check Website for Start Dates or contact the Course leader Ben Mallaby

Location: London South Bank University Elephant Studios
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Description

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Description

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