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Adrian Miskelly's Blog

Adrian Miskelly's Blog

Adrian Miskelly has been a visual communications design specialist for 19 years with a specific focus on Motion Graphics. He has worked in all forms of media and content generation from Broadcast Design through to New Media and Event Design. http://www.plugcreative.co.uk

Latest post: An exceptional Lightwave

Part of my job which I enjoy enjoy immensely is incorporating 3D animation and visuals into and a part of my motion graphics. I have been working with 3D since about 1992 and I have been using Lightwave 3D for the last 10 years or so.

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Matt Davis's Blog

Matt Davis's Blog

Life, shooting Corporate Events with an EX1 and FCP. Find more at http://mattdavis.wordpress.com

Latest post: Tonalizer - a scalpel, not a bullet

Now we’re all shooting flat, how do we get our rushes looking their best? By grading. From the giddy high end of DaVinci down to the humble color board in FCPX, grading is the price we pay for creamy highlights, rich shadows and that ‘expensive’ cinematic look. And I’m in love with a new tool.

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Rick Young's Blog

Rick Young's Blog

Rick Young has worked in television and video production since the late 1980’s and is a committed Mac fanatic, using Apple technology for all his professional post-production work. Rick's introduction to Apple was with a Lisa before the Mac even existed, and since then has worked on Macs exclusively. He considers himself lucky to be able to get paid for what he loves to do - shoot and edit.

Latest post: First taste of Multicam in FCPX 10.03

Just pushed through a job over the last few days. I feel like I've cut the cord between myself and FCP7 - now I'm deep into FCPX having to make it work for whatever I need to do. Of course, if I have to, I could step back to 7, but only if I have to.

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