Want to start using photogrammetry with a movie clip? Then I think you will want to hear about this.
The BBC drama Dickensian brought a new take on the writings of Charles Dickens to our TV screens. The 20-part series sees the iconic author’s most famous characters, from Miss Havisham and Bill Sikes to Ebenezer Scrooge, all united in one storyline, and set on one street.
When the award-winning axis animation studio teamed up with key VFX industry veterans Howard Jones, Grant Hewlett and Richard Scott, axisVFX was born. Since its birth, the visual effects studio has gone on to produce outstanding visual effects and CG for the small and big screen, including Doctor Who, Shaun the Sheep Movie, Red Dwarf XI, Our Girl, and many more.
In the second part of this two piece article on demystifying common terminology used in film production, we take a look at the industry terms used to describe camera shot size and angle.
Matchmoving is becoming more and more of an automated process of tracking and solving. But there are still cases where the keen eye of the matchmove artist can save time by spotting potential issues that could derail your (auto) tracks and solves. This post will list what to look out for to identify which clips may need your attention.