Quickly and easily add movement to anything

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    Add some easy glass-like shifting movements to images in AE
    Project File: http://workbench.tv/tutorials/2020-06-18_GlassShift
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    Useful tutorials don’t always have to be flashy. In this one, we show you how a simple gradient can be combined with Posterize to make a displacement map that we can use to make some quick and dirty movement for our graphics.

    This kind of setup can easily be applied to anything to add some movement. It’s perfect for those types of projects where all you have to work with is a ton of stills.

    For some inspiration, check out Roy Cranston’s work (https://www.behance.net/roycranston) on Behance.

    We also mentioned our FREE Normalize Track script (https://elementsupply.co/products/scripts/normalizeTrack) and Daniel Hashimoto’s 3D Normalization in AE tutorial (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNfGgJ9k3IE). This project uses assets from WB LUTs v1 (https://workbench.tv/products/packs/lutsv1) as well as Corona—no not that Corona (https://elementsupply.co/products/packs/corona). And that’s it. We hope you put it to good use when you need something quick.

    #AfterEffects #MotionGraphics #mograph

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