San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
- Introduction to the Project: Review of a sequence of shots in DaVinci Resolve.
- Creating Shot Breakdown: Scheduling the Tasks.
- Cleanup: 2D Tracking and Painting to Remove Objects and Artefacts.
- Screen Replacement: Four point tracking and Screen Integration.
- Pack Replacement: Compositing and Integrating new CG pack using EXR Multipass Compositing
- Animating Text: Creating Animated Titles.
- Creating a Clean Plate: Using Fusion’s 3D Environment to create a Clean Background.
- Keying Greenscreens and Bluescreens: Keying, Despilling and Compositing Greenscreen model into a Clean Plate by building our own Key.
- Beauty Retouching: Tracking and Painting out Blemishes on Model’s Skin.
- Refining the Composite: Integrating different elements using filters like Glows, Light Wraps, Lens Flares and Defocus.
- Final Touches: Adding Atmospherics, Adding Depth through Grading and Procedural Effects.
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Klaudija Cermak has over 20 years experience as a 2D VFX Artist in high-end commercials, broadcast programmes and feature films. Her film credits include ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’, ‘Never Let Me Go’, 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets', 'Troy', 'Babe - Pig in the City' and VFX Oscar-winning 'Gladiator'. She has worked on numerous commercials for major brands including Sony, Lenovo, Walkers, Sainsbury’s, Coca-Cola, BMW, Mars, Guinness and Homebase. Her broadcast credits include 'Virtual History' for the Discovery Channel, that won the VFX Society Award for Outstanding Visual Effects.
She has also art directed and directed TV promotions, title sequences, commercials, stings, idents and content graphics for the BBC, Sky, Channel4 and ITV, for which she won a number of awards, two of which were Golden Promaxes.
She regularly gives talks on post-production at London universities and is currently the Associate Subject Leader for MA VFX at Ravensbourne.
She is the author of the book ‘How to Get Into and Survive Film, Advertising and TV Post-production – The Alternative Guide’.