Create Custom Bokeh Images for Redshift with After Effects

Jack Davies Marketing Manager
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Start creating custom bokeh images for Redshift using After Effects.

Bokeh is one of the most popular topics for photographic aesthetics and comes roughly from the Japanese word for ‘blur’.

By the end of this video, you’ll have learned how to:

  • Setup depth of field using Redshift
  • Create basic bokeh shapes with After Effects
  • Create chromatic aberration effect ‘rig’ in After Effects.

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