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A good camera shake tool is something
every CG artist should have in their tool box. Whether its for a shot
with an explosion, a car zooming by the camera, or even natural
disasters like tornadoes or earthquakes. Camera shake can give you a
lot bang for your buck, and be just the thing to get your shot that
final stamp of approval.
But what tool do you use if youre a Nuke compositor since theres not one built in? Well why dont you try my gizmo called CamQuake!.
It was designed to be easy to use right out of the box. While also
giving you a wide range of customization options to achieve everything
from the very subtle to most extreme shake your eyes can handle without
exploding! Well maybe not that extreme, but you know what I mean.
It even has built in Motion Tiling. Giving you another option besides scaling up your image and loosing quality.
So what do you think? Sound like you can
use it? Well if so go ahead and download this awesome little tool and
as always let me know what you think! Im always upgrading these tools
as I use them day to day at the studio.