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Compositing is one of the most prevailing techniques in the world of visual arts. Due to the vivid technological advancements, we can see composite images almost everywhere. Compositing is denoted as a wide stage of production that encompasses a wide range of advanced filming techniques, where images of each element are combined and are merged to form one complete image which is unified. Compositing makes use of various techniques which involved rotoscoping, computer-generated imagery, and green screen capture. All these techniques are advanced filmmaking techniques used in film industries.
Compositing can simply be defined as a process through which two or more desired images or videos can be combined to make it appear as a single image. It is the art of layering the visual images beautifully. The process of composting can be carried out on-set, in-camera, as well as during post-production. There are various ways to do compositing shots but the most common way is when a weatherman is placed in front of a green screen carrying weather details behind them.
Compositing is a technique that is high in demand in every industry. Almost every production requires some or the other form of compositing. It is very interesting to integrate digital assets with live-action footage to form a final shot of a film or game through the compositing process. The final step of any VFX pipeline is compositing.
Composite images have been in cinema long years ago, that is in the days of personal computers. You can say that the existence of compositing can be traced to the work of George Melies (one of the best movie directors of all time) from the 20th century. George Melies has done mastered compositing techniques.
During the mid-20th century, the compositing technique was made highly popular in the film industry. The compositing technique is often used in 2D images, still images, memes, and advertisements. It is widely used in the field of animation where the elements of characters and backgrounds are layered together to make it easier to animate moving parts. Compositing techniques are often performed in the cartoon that we see.
A compositor is a professional person who is qualified in compositing. At G3D Studio we have skilled compositors who are capable of layering together all the elements in a way that makes to form an image which is the combination of various elements. For instance, in a film script, a scene has to be shot where a missile is to hit a building in the city. So, consider G3D Studio for compositing services as we provide the best movie composting work in Patna.