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We spend a lot of time and effort trying to make our perfect CG renders look a little less perfect. Chromatic aberration is one of those tricks that every compositor has to pull out at some point, and it is also the perfect effect to use as a demonstration of the differences between the way After Effects and Nuke work.

In this tutorial, I will show you how to achieve this effect in both After Effects and Nuke, and I will attempt to make a very strong case as to why Nuke is a better program for doing look-development and compositing. As I mention in the video, you can download a 15-day free trial of Nuke here:

http://go.thefoundry.co.uk/free15daynuketrial?gclid=CNPWnq7K37kCFRPl7AodaXAASA

I also mention the e-book I am currently working on. The e-book will be a very in-depth step-by-step guide to building your own Motion Graphics Freelance career. My goal is to explain precisely how to get clients, make them happy, build a brand, and make six-figures. I will be giving away free business tips and other goodies to members of the School of Motion mailing list, so make sure you sign up!

http://www.schoolofmotion.com/newsletter/

As always, comments and questions are welcome. Thanks you guys!

joey

http://www.schoolofmotion.com

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