Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – как ставят свет настоящие композеры
Victor Perez. NUKE™ guru
Вашему вниманию предлагается уникальная возможность подсмотреть, как же на самом деле работают взрослые композеры на взрослых проектах. И это не будет рассказ о проекте в целом, это будет детальный мастеркласс о том, как происходит работа с конкретными шотами из Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, а еще точнее, как происходит работа со светом в сложном композитинге на примере конкретных сцен в NUKE.
Это будет также полезно всем, кто работает со светом в любых инструментах и занимается композицией, освещением и работой с камерами.
А еще это очень веселый мастеркласс.
Все кто замотивирован, читаем дальше оригинал.
Compositing Macro Structures: A Rouge One Case Study
Synthesising Complex Light Physics at a Large Scale into Simple Nuke Script Structures
The art of compositing consists in merging two or more images making them look like they have been shot at the same time with the same camera and lenses, under the same lighting conditions. Applying the physics of light in a photorealistic environment could not always be synthesised in simple formulas or fixed structures due to the complexity of the light phenomena but understanding the journey a ray of light has taken from its source to get to your screen could lead to a more scientific analysis of the image merge process to replicate and emulate the qualities and artefacts of light. In order to log the events in the lifetime of a specific ray of light Victor Perez proposes a Mind Mapping Analysis Structure to translate the physics of light into mathematical operations within Foundry® NUKE’s nodal-based compositor. An articulated system of observation to guide compositing artists in the fantastic odyssey into the invisible.
During his Master Class Victor will showcase a few of his latest compositing works, including Academy Award nominated Rouge One: A Star Wars Story to illustrate the concepts of compositing macro structures, and applying this excellence to any image, with any scale, at any budget level.
Victor Perez is a senior visual effects artist with over 20 years of production experience in computer graphics and visual effects along different countries. He’s considered a NUKE™ guru and has been official certified as a Master by Foundry®. Starting his career as photographer and digital compositing artist with eventual collaborations as 2D technical director he developed a fine combination of both artistic and technical understanding of film postproduction and visual effects from a photorealistic point of view. Member of the prestigious Visual Effects Society (V.E.S.) and an usual collaborator of the world renowed Nukepedia, where he has been recognised as one of the most valuable contributors. Victor has worked and researched with Oscar® winner studios such as Double Negative, Cinesite and Union between others. His researches in the VFX field have been published with Fxphd and Cmivfx and acclaimed by the audiences world wide, Victor has taught master classes at studios and schools around the world including Pixar Animation Studios. His film credits include ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ (Dir. Christopher Nolan, 2012), ‘Rouge One: A Star Wars Story’ (Dir. Gareth Edwards, 2016), ‘Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows’ (Dir. David Yates, 2010), ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’ (Dir. Rob Marshall, 2011), ‘127 Hours’ (Dir. Danny Boyle, 2010), and many others.
In 2015 Victor Perez started his career as a director with the short film ‘Another Love’ which he wrote and directed receiving more than 27 awards and nominations in more than 60 film festivals around the world including the Festival de Cannes. His upcoming short film ‘Echo’ will be released next summer.