I am testing Stereoscopic 3D painted renderings of live action performances.
Stereographer at the Houde School of Acting. Meisner Method Actors are filmed in training sessions. Rendered test demos are being developed to be used to secure financing for future S-3D productions. Filming scripted demos, in both 2D and 3D anaglyphs.
Chris.. saw an old post where you were looking for a PASeq that runs fast keep facial detail ad makes a watercolor type effect. I suspect that you have solved your issue but check the one I just posted in the cool pre-sets sharing group.
Wow, did I ever miss a chance to reciprocate a conversation with you! Terribly sorry, friend. I've been AWOL from this site in ages, more than two years?? Time has a way with yielding to wallowing in enmity.. unfortunately, quite honestly that is my reason..
The stills you uploaded (you mentioned in your comment to me) are real crisp and even tones, shows off the actors brilliantly! I really dig it, and if you're compositing the shots and handling the cam, I have to tip my hat in your direction -- I think they're dynamic and momentous, even as still frames.
Anyhow, I look forward to talking more, I'm making an effort to revisit my video edits, and actually learn this wicked app, instead of lapsing further down the rabbit hole. There always seems to be myriad pressures, no doubt. Since our film skipped the bill, I've just been using SA as a complementary suite to my photography comps, if you can even call them that. I hope my arc is gravitating towards a corporeal reality soon..!
Much peace, & kind regards.
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