FILM 7601G Digital Imaging and Compositing 1
60 hours; 3 credits
An introduction to methods of manipulating and compositing still and moving images to create visual effects for narrative and commercial cinema. Includes the fundamentals of layering, keying, matting, rotoscoping, and color correcting. Introduces the art and technique of photographing for visual effects, including the use of green screen.
Prerequisite: Matriculation in the M.F.A. or permission of the Director.
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