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The AutoDesk Smoke Confessions, Part III.

+-*A London commercial based facility named Golden Square Post was where I spent just over 6 months. I was fortunate to have been working with ‘top brass’ clients such as Saatchi and Saatchi, WCRS and M&C Saatchi. Golden Square presented me with a new world of the fast paced. A sushi eating, soho world of […]

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The AutoDesk Smoke Confessions, Part II.

+-*To be frank and speak in layman terms, Smoke is a ‘node and timeline based’ compositing tool, mixed into one. By linking and plugging different effects into variations of footage, one simple output then displays on your timeline as the finished shot. Colour corrections, mattes, grain, glows, counting pixels and re-edits are just a day-to-day […]

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The AutoDesk Smoke Confessions, Part I.

+-*In the world of visualFX, online editing, motion design and what I playfully refer to as ‘colouring in’, the Smoke is an all in one TV post production ‘know it all’ tool… and just like smoking a cigarette, it can be harmful to your health – Late nights, technical bugs and the undeceive creatives that […]

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My Unique Definition of Street Photography, Part I.

+-*Central Asia, late 80s. This was an environment of uncertainty and fear of future as the region was gradually declared independent of the USSR. One would think being released after almost 70 years of repression and unprecedented control would be welcomed with open arms and celebrations. The reality was quite the contrary as the general […]

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