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Camera Projections with Nuke

Transform any 2D image into a 3D environment using Nuke
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 2h 14m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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This is an intermediate-level course on camera projections using Nuke. In this course, students will learn how to take a simple 2D image and convert it into a stunning 3D environment, complete with a camera move and parallax. The course will also explore various techniques used by standard compositors including rotoscoping, clean plate creation etc. and use the powerful 3D tools in Nuke to create the effect.

You will learn

✓ Camera projection is a highly sought-after technique in the process of creating photo-realistic VFX. This course aims at making it simpler for the students to understand the process and learn the techniques involved in camera projections. By the end of the course, students will be able to take any 2D image and transform it into a 3D environment for compositing.


• Have a basic familiarity with Nuke and NukeX.
• Understand node-based compositing
• Have an interest in the VFX industry

This course is for

• Nuke compositors who would like to learn the art of camera projections with Nuke
• Anybody who’s interested in learning how camera projections work
• Anybody who is interested in getting into the VFX industry
Animation and VFX instructor
Anandh is an animation, visual effects, and film-making instructor who specializes in 3D stereoscopy, lighting, compositing, rigging, animation, and screenwriting. He has been teaching these subjects since 2010 and has worked on several feature-length and short films in multiple languages. His films have been screened in several international film festivals around the world and won several awards.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 2h 14m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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