Want to make your content more exciting ? You may want to try light leaks. A light leak is when a gap between the lens and the sensor of your camera lets light “leak” into your image creating glows, color swirls and all sorts of cool stuff. Creative congo is giving out 5 free light leaks to add to your projects here:
There are two ways to get light leaks into your footage:
The first is when you’re shooting, take the lens off your camera and continue shooting while letting light and filth leak onto your cameras sensor. This also makes its almost impossible to keep anything in focus and it’s really awkward to walk around with a non-attached lens in front of your camera.
The second is to take a pre-made light leak and lay it over footage, motion graphics or photos. Sometimes the light leak footage has a pre-made alpha channel (built-in transparency) and other times you need to use Transfer Modes (more on that later).
Lucky for you Creative Congo is giving away 5 light leaks for FREE! So you don’t have to drop your lens and fry your sensor.
An interactive projection installation created in partnership with Monogram for DDB UK. The four-projector installation included three short films followed by a user-controlled interactive experience. The short films convey global business in a simple and compelling way of 3D illusions that are 55 feet tall. Crux was responsible for one of those videos featured here.
Anti-aliasing: Switch from Geometry to Best.
Min Level and Max Level: Higher the number, better the image quality.
Threshold: Lower the number, closer it is to Max Level. Higher the number, closer it is to Min Level.
Anti-aliasing affects your render time a lot. So make sure to adjust it depending on your computer’s ability.
Production Company: BOT & DOLLY
Creative & Technical Director: Tarik Abdel-Gawad
Design Director: Bradley G Munkowitz
Lead Graphic Designers: Bradley G Munkowitz, Jason English Kerr
3D Artists: Scott Pagano, Bradley G Munkowitz, Jason English Kerr, Conor Grebel
2D Animators: Conor Grebel, Ben Hawkins, Pedro Figueira