Motion Science shows how to create Chromatic Aberration on your own.
Now you can add the beautiful Chromatic Aberration effect in your renders and After Effects work. There are so many plugins, but nothing stops me from making one myself! I show how two easy ways that will let you split light with just a few minutes of time for both beginners or professionals alike who want to try something new on their own without paying too much money out-of-pocket costs associated with hiring an expert designer/animator team like ours at Motion Science Studios LLC.
Chromatic Aberration is often used to give an impression of depth and complexity. Today’s After Effects tutorial will teach you two different ways Chroma Key operators can use this effect for added creativity in their work!