Marc R Leonard
Originally from Southern Vermont, Marc is now going to school in Pennsylvania where is also a freelance Editor and Visual Effects Artist. He just finished working on the feature: A Lonely Place for Dying. Check out his blog here or follow him.
Tutorials
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Overview of The Foundry's New "CameraTracker" Plug-in - Part 2Cameratracker
    In Part 2 of the Tuts+ network's look at the new CameraTracker plugin from The Foundry, Marc Leonard takes us through how to use data exported from After Effects to reconstruct the original 2D plate within Cinema 4D, allowing us to place new elements in true 3D space.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Overview Of The Foundry's New "CameraTracker" Plug-in - Part 1Cameratracker
    In the AE Part 1 of this 3 Part Series we will learn about The Foundry's new CameraTracker, We'll look at how it can be used to extract 3d data from shots, which can assist us in placing 3D assets into scenes. Additionally, we'll cover how to use the AEtoC4D Script to export our 3D data to Cinema4D.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Quick Tip - Understanding Bit DepthThumb
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    Ever wonder what Bit Depth is? What's the 8bpc box below your window? Here are all the answers. Learn about Bit Depth and how it can help you! Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Shine Some Light On The SituationThumb
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    When working on VFX, you can often measure your success by how invisible you are. If the audience doesn't know there was an effect created, then you did a good job. In this tutorial I will show you all how to make turn a plain dolly shot into a dynamic room with light rays and a sky replacement. Read More…