Al Tahweeta,Furn El Chebek,Beirut,LebanonMap it
Compositors work at the end of the production process. They receive material from various sources which could include rendered computer animation, special effects, graphics, 2D animation, live action, static background plates, etc. Their job is to creatively combine all the elements into the final image, ensuring that the established style of the project is respected and continuity is maintained. To achieve this they enhance the lighting, match blacks and other color levels, add grain where required, add motion blur (if appropriate), create convincing shadows and make sure levels combine together seamlessly, keying, rotoscoping and creating mattes where necessary. They work closely with lighters and need to have technical knowledge of how 3D lighting works in order to understand the ‘multi passes’ that the lighters create. They also liaise closely with render wranglers to progress work through the department. As this is the end of the production line, there can be occasions when it is necessary to work very long hours to catch up on a schedule. Compositors need to keep up to date with technological developments within their field. – See more at: http://www.media-match.com/usa/media/jobtypes/compositor-jobs-413172.php#sthash.poUX8SMn.dpuf
Graduated from the Lebanese American University in 2013. He worked as a cinematographer in many short films and participated in different projects in Lebanon and abroad. Hasan also worked with FAMU students on their senior films for three months in Prague...