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Los Angeles, Calif. — The Visual Effects Society (VES) is proud to announce that The VES Handbook of Visual Effects is now available to everyone who wants to learn or needs to know about the art and science of visual effects.

Written by 89 top leading visual effects practitioners and edited by VES Chair and leading VFX Supervisor Jeffrey A. Okun, as well as VFX Producer Susan Zwerman, The VES Handbook of Visual Effects: Industry Standard VFX Practices and Procedures covers everything about visual effects from pre-production, production, and post-production, making it a complete depository for visual effects techniques and best practices available today. The book outlines procedures and solutions VFX artists, producers, and supervisors need to know and it is filled with hard facts and methods learned from research, trial and error, and practical experience. Contained in its pages are the lessons, tricks, short cuts, and wisdom garnered throughout the history of visual effects and is a must-have book for anyone working in or wanting to work in the visual effects industry.

The Handbook contains in-depth sections on stereoscopic moviemaking, color management, and digital intermediates, as well as interactive games and full animation authored by working artists and experts.

Anyone interested in purchasing a copy of The VES Handbook of Visual Effects can do so at leading online bookstores.

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