by Creative Impatience This plugin allows to create a vignette on the source clip. Both rectangular and elliptical vignettes are supported. Vignettes can be repositioned and rotated, applied in any color and blending mode available, to the inside or to the outside. Alternatively only the mask can be rendered, replacing the source layer altogether or […]Read more "This FREE Plugin Allows for Creating a Vignette within AE and Premiere"
by Karsten Schlüter This is Vlexignette, an on-screen-adjustable Vignette-Effect. After applied to a clip, you notice 4 OSC – just drag’em to give your vignette your own shape. In the Inspector are two controls, Opacity and Feather.Read more "VLEXIGNETTE – the flexible Vignette, Free"
December 24, 2015 by Kavon Zamania, Rocketstock Need your footage to have a vintage vibe? Here’s everything you need to know to create a fake film look in Adobe After Effects. While nothing can quite replace the look of real, tangible film, you may find yourself wanting to emulate its general appearance, whether it be […]Read more "How to Create a Fake Film Look in After Effects"
June 17, 2015 By Tristan Kneschke, PremiumBeat Talking head interviews are a great place to sharpen color grading skills. Let’s take a look at some ways we can push and improve upon this common setup in DaVinci Resolve. Any working colorist will likely encounter their fair share of talking head interviews. It’s a great idea […]Read more "‘Tips for Coloring Talking Head Interviews in DaVinci Resolve’ by Tristan Kneschke"
December 18, 2014 by Crish Design Click here to request your free Blend Tutorial from industry experts Trish and Chris Meyer of Crish Design. They will take you step-by-step in this easy to follow classic tutorial where you’ll be creating a vignette-like transparency around the center of attention making it easier to blend with other […]Read more "Blending Ideas: an After Effects Tutorial from Crish Design"