DIY Video Light Leaks
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DIY Video Light Leaks

Create and customize your own video light leaks.
4.8 (8 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,120 students enrolled
Created by Jason Boone
Last updated 3/2016
English
Current price: $10 Original price: $20 Discount: 50% off
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Includes:
  • 34 mins on-demand video
  • 2 Articles
  • 6 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
Create a video LIGHT LEAK with household items
Customize LIGHT LEAKs to match video shots
Design LIGHT LEAK transitions
Create your own library of LIGHT LEAK overlays and transitions
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Requirements
  • Any kind of video camera will do, even your mobile phone's video camera mode.
  • I'll be using Adobe Premiere Pro for this course, but you can use any nonlinear video editing software.
  • I've included a link for you to download a FREE trial version of Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Description

Learn how to create your own light leaks with any video camera; even your phone!

When superimposed over video footage or still photos, a LIGHT LEAK adds a distinct style and feel to your content. You can use them as an overlay and even as a transition between two video clips.

If you go online, you will find that there is a plethora of light leaks already available for sale, and even some for free. But why buy or download one when you can do it yourself? in this course I’m going to show you how you can create and customize your own organic light leaks, and then I’ll teach you a variety of ways to use them in your projects.

The cool part is, you don’t need any professional video or photography equipment to create these. I’ll be using all common items you will most likely already own.

I designed this course for anyone interested in video content creation, whether you’re a hobbyist shooting video on the weekends, or a filmmaker or television production professional.

So there’s absolutely no reason why YOU can’t take this course. So let’s get started.

Who is the target audience?
  • I designed this course for any video content creator. From the hobbyist to the full time TV production professional or filmmaker.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 8 Lectures Collapse All 8 Lectures 34:09
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Start Here
2 Lectures 02:42

Learn what a light leak is, and how the idea for this course came about.

Preview 02:24

Download exercise files, include an Adobe Premiere Pro project file, and several video files.

Exercise Files
00:18
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DIY Light Leaks
4 Lectures 30:14

Find out how to capture light leaks the DIY method.

Preview 01:12

Learn how to composite light leaks over video footage.

Preview 09:01

In this lecture I'll show you how to custom your light leak to work seamlessly over a video clip.

Customizing Light Leaks
09:41

Creating a Light Leak Library
10:20
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End Here
2 Lectures 01:15

Final thoughts, and how to start your light leaks library.

Final Thoughts
00:56

Bonus Lecture
00:19
About the Instructor
Jason Boone
4.6 Average rating
12 Reviews
1,220 Students
2 Courses
Video Producer

A video producer specializing in travel and natural history, Boone has a BA in Television Production and an MA in Digital Journalism and Design. Boone produces long and short-form documentary films through his company, Boone Documentaries. His work has been featured in National Geographic, Yahoo!, Bing, Fuel, and Current TV. He is also a frequent contributor to Getty Images.