At Creative 3D Films, we have experience in visual effects, colour grading, motion retouching or creating full scale set extensions and digital crowds.
We always ensure that any visual effects used will serve to enhance a video project.
We never simply use fancy massive effects for the sake of using them.
We work with you and your team to clearly determine what it is you’re trying to achieve with your video,
then, based on your video’s overall goals,we help you decide what kinds of effects would be best for your project.
Technology has moved forward in leaps and bounds in recent years, visual effects that were previously unthinkable 10 years ago
can now be easily achieved by using our services on your next video project.
Confused about all the different types of effects that are available?
Here is a a rundown of the different types of visual effects we can provide to you.
Titles and credits – Simple, well designed rolling or static text on screen
Graphs, charts and infographics – Display statistics, facts or ideas in simple, easy to understand charts or graphs
Flat character animation – Create entire videos or scenes featuring characters.
Digital matte paintings – Stunning, realistic looking digital landscapes
Set extensions – Extend the boundaries of your real life set by using digital effects.
Digital crowds – Think epic battle scenes with thousands of virtual soldiers, or a huge crowd at a concert.
3D modelling – Create computer generated characters, 3D muzzle flashes and procedural fire.
Green screen studio work – Add backgrounds and backdrops (both indoor and outdoor scenes) to footage filmed on a green screen.
Stereoscopic 3D production – ‘Stereoscopic’ refers to footage which has been shot both from two different angles (from a ‘left eye’ perspective and a ‘right eye’ perspective), then combined in post production to produce an image which appears as though it is has depth and texture, and is protruding from the screen.
Real life footage – can also be corrected by removing a blemish from someone’s face or an entire building from a cityscape shot.
Titles & Motion Graphics
In todays era we see lots of information, for gaining that information we have to read it well and retain it.
We at Creative 3D Films provide you with titles & motion graphics in combination with many typography and infographic styles that present information in an interesting and engaging way.The information that you are conveying becomes much more presentable,unforgetable and enjoyable to watch.
Ensure all different scenes in a video have a similar colour and brightness profile,
or add special ‘looks’ to your film such as black and white or vintage film effects.
When you need visual effects for your next video project,
or when you’re unsure what types of effects would be best for your upcoming project, we’re here to help.
Simply contact us today on 0402 019 271
Matte paintings and stills:
Digital or traditional paintings or photographs which serve as background plates for keyed or rotoscoped elements.
Live-action effects: keying actors or models through blue screening and green screening.
Modeling, computer graphics lighting, texturing, rigging, animating, and rendering computer-generated 3D characters, particle effects, digital sets and backgrounds.
Commonly shortened to digital FX or FX are the various processes by which imagery is created and/or manipulated with or from photographic assets. Digital effects often involve the integration of still photography and computer-generated imagery (CGI) to create environments which look realistic, but would be dangerous, costly, or impossible to capture in camera. Simulation Effects are usually associated with the imitation of real-world processes or systems over time. The act of simulating something first requires that a 3D model be developed; this model represents the key characteristics or behaviors/functions of the selected physical or abstract system or process.
Green Screen Compositing
A chroma key, or more commonly known as a ‘Green Screen’ is the process of filming in front of a particular type of green screen and then superimposing an image or graphic into the background in place of the green colour. This may be done simultaneously at the time of filming such as in the case of a live news broadcast or weather report, or in post-production such as in big feature films or TV series, where large special effects teams including animators and motion graphics artists will superimpose the necessary photographic or video background plates as well as Computer-Generated Imagery (CGI) into the scene.
One of our most common questions when shooting with a green screen is ‘why is the colour green used, and not another colour like red or purple?’ Green and even blue backgrounds are almost always used because they differ in hue from most human skin colours, which help ensure that your actors or talent, appear fully on screen without mysteriously missing arms or heads in the final editing process.
Why Use Green Screen?
3 Major benefits of using green screens in video production include:
1. Creative options
During the post-production phase, green screen allows for virtually unlimited options
2. Simplicity of scene production
Reducing the need for additional location scouting
3. Time saving
Green screen video production is not restricted to a certain time of day.
Shooting with a green screen allows your video production to have virtually unlimited creativity options in the post-production process. Green screens offer you the ability to superimpose imagery and backgrounds into your video with ease, whether you would like a detailed background environment or something as simple as your company logo. For a corporate video, green screens provide you with a creative platform for visually enhancing your speaker’s message and illustrating your spoken points with imagination.
As a part of our services as a video production company we can shoot you or your talent in front of a green screen here on the Gold Coast.
Green screen rates are often determined by the length of time you need to shoot for
and what other facilities you need to use at our studio,such as lighting or sound equipment hire.