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Sunday, 5 May 2013

Sepia Tests

For my digital set video my stills are going to start off as sepia like old Victorian photographs and then the colour will be pulled back into them so I've been playing with my first rendered still at getting the right sort of sepia effect as it sometimes can be quite difficult to get right. Here are my tests and final result.

 
 
 
In this one I even managed to figure out how to add a vignette! :)
 


6 comments:

tutorphil said...

just like a relic! V. nice!

oh - and I wouldn't be alone I think in encouraging you to try and go for an animated version of your world for the 'super screening' on Friday 24th May...

Tom Beg said...

Last image looks very convincing.

Emma Foster said...

Yay thanks Tom! :D

Phil- Thank youu, ohh yeah I would love to do that. Hopefully you'll let me in after crit day to steal some computers to render on so I can make it happen :D

Alan Postings said...

Hi Emma.

Almost there. However, you may have darkened the wood and those trees and a little too much. They are almost black. If you can, dial it back a little and bring back a touch of colour / light.

Emma Foster said...

Thanks Alan I'll see what I can do :)

shannon mason said...

Its looking amazing em... keep going :D