Lens Compression Tips for Compositing

Are you trying to composite two different shots with different lenses?

There’s a lot of possible things that need to be matched…

Position, framing, size, blur, grain, color, lens distortion, etc.

But one thing that many people don’t know is that the foreground to background size is the same for any lens, assuming the camera is at the same distance from the subject.

The angle of view is the main difference.

For a demonstration of how to compare and match the shots, watch the video.

As a bonus, you’ll get a good look of comparing images with the A/B Buffers.

In this video from Creative Video Tips, you’ll learn about:

  • Compression Myth
  • Fusion Math
  • Comparison
  • Using Buffer Split Wipe
  • Matching Plates

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