How To Edit High Quality Professional Video In Less Time .


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Bulk up your motion graphics library with one-of-a-kind textures from the natural world using a few tips on what to look for.

I have a disk drive bursting at the seams with textures and images I frequently use within my motion graphics and VFX. I use them for displacement maps, motion backgrounds, composite elements, or simply to give my solid colors some character. You would be surprised at how often a few texture JPEGs can change the dynamic of a tedious animation.

Given that every creative outlet seemingly gives away textures for free, you might wonder why I would go through the process of acquiring my own. Well, exactly for that reason. Quite like how everyone was using VideoCopilot freebies in the late 2000s, I often feel like I see the same textures, especially when it comes to motion background textures.

Well, with summer right around the corner, I’m sure many of you may be heading to the beach if you live local to one, or at least spending a vacation near a body of water. While I don’t recommend upsetting your family by bringing your work with you on holiday, if you happen to already have a camera with you, why not be on the lookout for textures you wouldn’t usually find back home?

While your first thought may drift towards taking snapshots of sand, let’s take a look at a few not-so-obvious examples.

However, while the ship’s skeleton makes for an exciting landscape, up close, the rotted-wood-turned-biodiversity-area makes for a fascinating texture. Wood that is rotted to the core, overgrown with moss, and aged by decades creates a texture you can’t find elsewhere. And, it would likely make for an excellent displacement map.

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Job Price:100/- Duration : 7 days
Location: Rs.India Languages Known : english
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