Wednesday, March 16, 2011
New: Digieffects Damage Overexpose Now Available Ala Carte
If all your footage is annoyingly perfect, it can make your stuff seem the same as all the other skilled professionals out there.
Overexpose is an excellent way to add a sense of dynamic to otherwise stable and predictable footage. Using the effect in a practical way can result in a feeling of a sort of focus-hunt and iris-hunt that happens with consumer camcorders when they are constantly trying to adjust to changing composition. Combining Overexpose with Destabilize holds real possibilities for taking a solid, steady shot and making it look hand-held and amateurish. With higher frequency settings, the contemporary treatment of an image flickering randomly is very easy to create without the hassle of keyframing!
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Available for After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, Autodesk Combustion, Boris RED, or GrassValley Edius at the incredible price of $49