A 2 week course on compositing for feature film & tv using Nuke.
Join Nuke compositor & University Lecturer, Josh Parks’s only live course. Allowing you to have one on one feedback as you use professional Nuke Compositing techniques to create your showreel piece.
Covering techniques he’s used at companies such as Industrial Light & Magic, MPC & Double Negative.
Enrollment available until the 12th of April.
An intense two-week course on the professional tools and techniques of Nuke compositing. This course is recommended for people comfortable with Nuke but with no industry experience as a compositor, looking to become a professional compositor, by quickly improving their skills as well as creating a solid showreel piece. To increase the chances of you getting the job you want.
1 hour 40 minutes of video tutorials. Covering techniques i've used at MPC, Dneg & ILM.
You'll have access to all of my nuke scripts that you can use for reference as you're learning.
Submit your work each week, I'll then give you a screen captured video of the feedback so you know what to work on, as well as answering any questions.
Access to a Discord room, with all your fellow students as well as me, so you can post up work in progress or any questions, getting your questions answered quickly.
Get yourself an awesome high level showreel piece.Unavailable - contact me to join the waiting list
You'll learn all the industry standard techniques you need to complete the project to the standard needed to get yourself a job within the industry.
If you're a freelancer your training is often tax-deductible. I will happily provide a more detailed invoice if needed for you to do this.
I’m Josh the owner of Compositing Pro and a Compositor who's worked at ILM, Dneg and MPC. I write for both 3d Artist + 3D World, and teach on the best vfx University courses in the world.
This is the course I wish I had when I started out.
“Thanks to Josh I had the opportunity to put in my Showreel quality footage that helped me to get my first contract within the industry at MPC. During that period I used the techniques that I learned to get better results in my work.”Marc BitrianMPC Nuke Compositor
“The training is great. I am a VFX Supervisor at MPC NY and come from CG/Lightning.Vadim TurchinMPC VFX / CG Supervisor
I always look for better ways to express my self to my team and watching your videos certainly helps. Great stuff and keep on making them. Worth every penny. ”
“Josh Parks is without doubt the best visiting lecture we have ever had. Having such a deep understanding of the subject of compositing is one thing. The harder part in communicating this to students is a clear and effective manor. Not to hard where people lose interest, not to easy, where people also lose interest but finding just the right balance and injecting this with interesting industry anecdotes and good humour keeps the classroom a vibrant and interesting place.”Mark WallmanHead of VFX - University of Hertfordshire
“ReviewsJack Pond - Compositor - The Mill
"Josh's immense enthusiasm and ability to explain technically challenging compositing makes him an exceptional teacher. As well as helping me become a better compositor Josh has helped me gain a wider knowledge of the industry making it more employable. His honesty, professionalism, and knowledge have been an invaluable part of my education in Visual Effects."”
Yes! You can watch the course videos whenever and wherever you are on your computer/phone/tablet. All you need is an internet connection.
Of course! I’d love you to put your shot that you create in your showreel. The point of doing this course is to improve your skills to get the job that you want!
No. Elements from this course are not allowed to be used in another course or studies. If you would like to use the elements as part of a course send me an email and we’ll work something out.
The course is aimed at those who are beginners in Nuke to Roto prep artists already in the industry.
Josh Parks is a compositor working at MPC Advertising – London, previously ILM,Dneg & MPC. He’s also spoken at vfx conferences and universities.