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Sapphire for After Effects Top 15 from John Dickinson

Sapphire for After Effects Top 15 from John Dickinson

Don’t miss these great tutorials from John Dickinson on Sapphire for After Effects, covering the top 15 effects in the package.

Introduction to Sapphire for After Effects

Join John Dickinson of Motionworks.net as he takes you through the top 15 Sapphire effects in Adobe After Effects. Each video shows the power and potential of these effects, and John also gives some useful personal tips and tricks that he uses in his daily professional work. Even if you’re a veteran Sapphire user, these videos can be a great review of what makes this effect package an essential part of your tool kit. Be sure to visit genarts.com to learn more

In Depth | Sapphire for After Effects Top 15 – LensFlare

Join John Dickinson of Motionworks.net as he takes an in-depth look at Sapphire’s LensFlare effect in Adobe After Effects. LensFlare creates a highly customizable lighting element on your footage. John will guide you through the parameters of LensFlare and demonstrate the workflow he uses when integrating this effect into his footage.

In Depth | Sapphire for After Effects Top 15 – Rays

Join John Dickinson of Motionworks.net as he takes an in-depth look at Sapphire’s Rays effect in Adobe After Effects. Rays generate a beautifully organic ray of volumetric light from the brightest areas or edges of objects in your footage. John will guide you through the parameters of Rays and demonstrate how to seamlessly integrate this effect into your footage or motion graphics projects.

In Depth | Sapphire for After Effects Top 15 – Grunge

Join John Dickinson of Motionworks.net as he takes an in-depth look at Sapphire’s Grunge effect in Adobe After Effects. Grunge creates, for example, dirty, stained, checked and scratched textures by stacking multiple stamp collections. John guides you through the parameters of Grunge. Then, he demonstrates how to create a shaking textured vignette on your footage.

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Posted by Michele Yamazaki