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Shadow Compositing

Research documentation into creating my shadow effect

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Shadows form an isosceles triangle when it moves between two (2) perpendicular faced wall and the angular shape of a shadow is directly proportional to the source of light creating the shadow"

Self Reflection

This piece was a fine blend of my creativity as well as logic. The technique of looping a 2-sec footage across a 7-sec timeline was purely me, thinking outside the box. The interaction of the shadow across the wall was anchored upon scientific facts based on research and observation.

When creating photorealistic effects, one must always conduct indepth research and tests because the the potential audience has a whole lifetime to to learn what reality looks like. The level of creativity must not push it away from the uncanny valley.

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