Animator (with Live Action)

What do Animator (with Live Action)s do?

A live action/animated film is a motion picture that features a combination of real actors or elements: live action and animated elements, typically interacting.

Originally, animation was combined with live action in several ways, sometimes as simply as double printing two negatives onto the same release print. More sophisticated techniques used optical printers or aerial image animation cameras, which enabled more exact positioning, and better interaction of actors and animated characters. Often, every frame of the live action film was traced by rotoscoping, so that the Animator could add their drawing in the exact position.

With the rise of digital special effects, combining live action and animation has become more common. The Star Wars prequels and the Lord of the Rings trilogy, for example, include substantial amounts of animation, though it may not be recognized as such because of the animation's realistic, non cartoony appearance.

There are 341 members with the job title Animator (with Live Action) on Media Match

Animator (with Live Action) jobs which have appeared on the Media Match jobs board:

Editor
Irvine, CA
yesterday
Branded Editor
Los Angeles, CA
yesterday
Editor/Shooter/GFX
Los Angeles, CA
yesterday
10/17/17
10/16/17
10/13/17
10/13/17
Video Editor
New York, NY
10/12/17
10/12/17
Editor
Detroit, MI
10/12/17
Animator
Los Angeles, CA
10/09/17
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