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Creative Motion Graphic Titling by Yael Braha, Bill Byrne

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TITLE SEQUENCES IN PRODUCTION: THE CAMERA AND THE EDIT

Real-World Cameras vs. CG Cameras

Whether real or computer generated (CG), cameras play a fundamental role in the creation of title sequences. In this chapter we explore the essential properties and applications of both real-world and CG cameras. By mastering their features, you will be able to swiftly achieve the look and feel you are seeking with greater precision.

First and foremost, real-world cameras fit into two basic categories: film cameras and video cameras:

•  Film cameras record film frames on film stock—film strips of celluloid with a light-sensitive emulsion that is developed through a process similar to developing negatives from a roll of still-picture film. Film stock sizes ...

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