Method Studios compositor Mike Gibson will be unpacking the mysterious world of nodes by talking us through the hugely popular compositing software Nuke. Mike’s been a cog in the post production engine for over ten years starting his career with Sydney post production company FSM as a Graphics Operator. After a few years he broke from the comfort of After Effects layers and pre comps to the realms of node based compositing and since then has worked on a collection of films, TV programs, music videos and commercials. Now residing in Melbourne, he works as one of the Flame Operators at Method and enjoys sharing the Nuke love from time to time.
This July Mike will be untangling the node graph and explaining Nuke to those that may have never dared to use it. This will be a real ‘101 course’ with detailed explanations and practical examples. He’ll talk though Nuke’s standard compositing tools, such as the rotoscoping and keying tools; and then show Nuke’s ability integrate 3D renders into 2D live action plates. If you have ever been curious about Nuke, this session is for you.
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