icon-quicktipsQuick Tip: Creating Camera Shake

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Tags - VFX
Software:
  • 2.59 r40207+
Discover How To:
  • How to quickly add random movement to an object
  • The ins and outs of the noise modifier
  • How to add motion blur in the compositor

Chapter Marks (Full Length )

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Software:
  • 2.59 r40207+
Discover How To:
  • How to quickly add random movement to an object
  • The ins and outs of the noise modifier
  • How to add motion blur in the compositor

Chapter Marks (Full Length )

simulations1.15simulations2.25simulations5.21simulations7.11

Motion blur is one of those things that you’ll want to create at some point or another. Camera shake lets the audience know that something big is happening. Whether it’s godzilla walking through the city or an atom bomb going off, camera shake comes in handy.

Most visual effects productions fake the camera shake by moving and blurring the video frame in post production, but since we’re working in 3D we might as well create some physical camera movement inside Blender.

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