How to Create Realistic Looking Camera Shake

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How to Create Realistic Looking Camera Shake

Camera Disturbance | Not a Rhythmic Displacement | Shake is more Random

In this tutorial, we take a look at how to create realisitc looking camera shake. Rather than using the stock Camera Shake node, we create our own custom shake using a transform and the shake modifier on various properties.

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6 Responses to “How to Create Realistic Looking Camera Shake”

  1. Liam Major Says:

    Nicely done, good tutorial.
    Filming real hand held footage with plenty of tracking markers set up, tracked and then applied to your footage is a great alternative.

  2. Sergei Tatarinov Says:

    Very helpful tutorial, thanks Keith! I am going to implement this technique in my new short film this summer! vfxhauku ftw!

  3. Midge Says:

    So…

    At the end when you say you can animate the parameters… Could you put a shake on the shake parameters, or am I trying to divide by zero here? :)

  4. Kert Gartner (VFX Haiku Admin) Says:

    Hey Midge, Yes any of the parameters are animatable, so I don’t see any reason you wouldn’t be able to apply a shake function to the functions within the shake modifier. I don’t have fusion in front of me, so I can’t test this right now, but it sounds like that would work. :)

  5. armybert Says:

    hey, i like the way you make tutorials, thanks for teaching us! keep up the good stuff please!

  6. Kert Gartner (VFX Haiku Admin) Says:

    I’ll do the best I can, thanks :)

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