Compositing

1

AEP: What's Your Number?

Apr 02, 2013 BY Administrator
This web video, created for Environmental Defense Fund, targets American Electric Power, who has become the “bad example no other coal giant wants to follow” by blocking EPA’s proposed clean air rules. The video uses compositing to juxtapose news reports, campaign materials, and on-the-street statements to ask AEP, “How many lives are too many? AEP: What’s your number?” Learn more about the...
2

2012 APA Convention Opening Session

Apr 02, 2013 BY Administrator
The American Psychological Association created this Opening Session video for their 2012 Annual Convention to give APA members an update of the organization’s achievements, goals, and challenges. The video combines footage and photos provided by APA, interview footage and b-roll shot by Planet Vox, stock media, and composited sequences. Planet Vox provided consulting, scripting, video production...
3

Undocumented Americans

Mar 28, 2013 BY Administrator
The American Psychological Association's 10-minute documentary on the immigrant experience, "Undocumented Americans," introduces viewers to Jong-Min, Pedro, and Silvia, three undocumented Americans who have struggled with the fears of deportation in their effort to obtain an education in the United States. The video highlights the psychological impact of isolation, stress, separation, anxiety,...
4

Effective Chroma Key Shots

Blog
Nov 17, 2011 BY Administrator
Chroma keying compositing is a technique in which two images are layered together. A color range in the top layer is made transparent, revealing the layer below it. You might have heard of it as just “special effects,” but it’s one of the video industry’s techniques that allow a meteorologist to read off of a map or place an actor into a land of fantasy. During a previous project, our team at...