Archives for December 2006

A bit more Newton than Einstein

It’s certainly gratifying as an author to hear about a disputed fact instead than a plain old error. Some books have whole web pages for errata, but thanks in part to the professionalism of Peachpit (a.k.a. Adobe Press), the publisher, as well as my technical editor Alexandre Czetwertynski (Parisian filmmaker now in L.A. who got […]

31 December 2006 | after effects, phenomena | No Comments

Feed me!

Here is a link to the RSS feed (appears in the address bar in many browsers – but now I know not to rely on that). Apologies – it’s the holidays and I’m unwired, so this is a quick fix in an internet cafe in this quiet mountain town. You may also now find a […]

23 December 2006 | rss | No Comments

Doctor of Philosophy, Illusionist

As mentioned in the Filmmaking Central interview, I’m teaching a class based on After Effects 7.0 Studio Techniques at fxPhd.com in this, its third term. The class was just uploaded yesterday, and so if you’re actually interested in the class and this announcement has taken you by surprise, no worries – it’s possible to sign […]

21 December 2006 | after effects, training | 3 Comments

Hello world!

It was promoting this blog on Filmmaking Central that finally pushed me off the fence. This space will contain thoughts on matters relating to my book – digital cinema and visual effects compositing in particular – as well as whatever other miscellany takes hold. Paradoxically, it’s the way that writing these monologues/blogs puts people more […]

20 December 2006 | Uncategorized | 7 Comments

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