How I Made the Skater-Vision Video (Our first Film Tip Friday!)
Welcome to the first installment of Film Tip Friday, where I show you how to increase your production value, and re-create some of the effects from my videos.
In this episode, we take a look at how I made Skater-Vision. In this video, I used Adobe After Effects to create some cool cloning effects. Want to see the finished video? Check it out here – https://youtu.be/zhv0fgsAR4E
The idea behind this video was to show how skaters look at the world. We see normal objects as a playground, and it’s impossible to turn it off. Our main character is going through the world daydreaming at all of the possibilities in front of him. I figured this would be the perfect opportunity to use a clone effect to show him envisioning all of the tricks he could be doing at each spot.
Most of the video was done with rotoscoping (masking) and using a green screen to key out certain layers. This video is meant for editors with experience in Adobe Premiere and After Effects.
Did you learn anything? Do you want more basic tutorials? Let me know how you’re feeling in the comments!
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