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Adobe After Effects CS6 Visual Effects and Compositing Studio Techniques Paperback – 8 Aug 2012
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About the Author
Mark Christiansen (christiansen.com) is a visual effects supervisor and creative director with a studio in San Francisco. He has worked with visual effects companies such as ILM, The Orphanage, and Evil Eye Pictures on Hollywood feature and independent films, and has served as a director, producer, designer, and compositor/animator on commercials, music videos, live events, and television documentary productions. Mark has done work directly for the Adobe After Effects development and marketing teams, is a founder at provideocoalition.com, and has taught courses at fxphd.com and Academy of Art University. He has been a guest host of popular podcasts such as “The VFX Show” and has written all editions of this book and coauthored After Effects 5.5 Magic.
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The book covers a lot of useful techniques and even dips into a bit of SpeedGrade.
If you know a bit of After Effects and want to know a lot more, then this is the book you need to get.
Not for beginners, but then it did say that in the product description.
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If you want to learn After Effects, go to VideoCopilot.net. Like I said, AE is very complex, but you can begin learning it from Andrew Cramer. That's where I picked up my beginner's knowledge.
The only complaint I have is that this edition was obviously rushed by publishers as the book contains multiple errors and omissions as far as image description and some basic logic of the English are concerned. None of those, however, take away from the talent of Mark Christiansen to plainly and comprehensively explain complex topics in compositing and how they are applied in After Effects.