In this After Effects tutorial, we'll learn the process of recreating found footage from modern clips. We'll start by pulling in our footage and adjusting the color to match film shot in our chosen era. Next, we'll begin giving our footage some grain and also adding defects like scratches and lint that are commonly found in older films. Using another clip, we'll then create the illusion of 8mm footage by adjusting the color and image clarity and adding things like mold and some shakiness. By the end of this After Effects training, you'll be a pro at making even the best footage look like you found it in your grandfather's attic. Software required: After Effects CC 2015.
Alex is a motion graphics author at Pluralsight. Starting out his career in illustration and design gave Alex a firm foundation in the more traditional forms of art. As he refined his skills, he eventually was pulled into the world of motion animation, as well as product design. It was there that Alex was able to take his artistic skills to new heights and really develop himself as a well-rounded CG artist.