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Compositing in Nuke

By Narek Gabazyan
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Date Added: 18th October 2012
Software used:
3ds Max, V-Ray, Misc

Add noise by going to Draw > Grain. From the preset, I've chosen Kodak GT5274. I like it, but I've reduced the grain and the effect noise (Fig.42).

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Fig.42

Also we need the effect of vignetting. Add Draw > Radial and set the size to 2000 x 1333. Through Merge, set the operation to overlay and mix to 0.70 (Fig.43).

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Fig.43

As well, add ColorCorrection with the following settings (Fig.44).

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Fig.44

We need to save everything in one file with the help of Image > Write. We must specify the path and format, and set the frame rate to 1-1 for the render, then everything is ready (Fig.45).

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Fig.45


The whole scheme can be used for other angles (Fig.46).

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Fig.46

And that's the end of the project. I hope you found this tutorial useful. Nuke is a good option for rendering and compositing - it's all just matter of taste and preference. Good look and thanks for your attention (Fig.47).

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Fig.47
 
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(ID: 173998, pid: 0) Tatevik on Sat, 29 December 2012 8:32pm
It's Perfect !!!
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(ID: 158598, pid: 0) Mariam on Sun, 28 October 2012 11:19am
Thak you for tutorial
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(ID: 156759, pid: 0) Ryan on Thu, 18 October 2012 3:27pm
very usefull indeed ... thnx friend
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(ID: 156739, pid: 0) Karen on Thu, 18 October 2012 12:44pm
Thank you very much. Very usefull lesson
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