fxphd Term 8 – the best yet

I am so proud to have been associated with fxphd.com for the last couple of years. I am late posting this but have had a chance to look at the first couple classes in several courses for this term and am impressed. A few highlights:

– The RED101 course focuses on postproduction usage of R3D files. This is The Postproduction Camera and Mike and the guys at fxphd have had their RED since autumn, so they are seasoned veterans on the topic. If you’re in a facility where there are hot debates about how to post-process those R3D files, this course alone could justify the price.

– Gareth Edwards, hero to After Effects artists everywhere for singlehandedly turning around 2 shots a day for months on end in his bedroom for a BBC feature, shows you how he did it.

– Tim Clapham shares his legendary Cinema 4D skills.

– There is a full DOP course that, again, anyone who works with shot footage should see for how well it covers the fundamentals of shooting.

– Victor Wolansky, whom I had the opportunity to meet at NAB, has designed a Syntheyes course – learn to use the world’s most economical 3D tracker beyond RTFM.

– not to mention classes just on Assimilate Scratch, a great series on Nuke, the best Intro to Maya course I’ve ever seen (and I’m not alone in thinking so), and a host of other application-based courses for nerds like us. And a fine art photography course for the less nerdy.

Although the 2 week intro period where you can pick and choose has already come and gone, it’s not too late to sign up pharmacieinde.fr.

29 April 2008 | news, training | Comments

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