Vray lighter

Discussion in 'Industry Jobs' started by smoothdevil, May 25, 2011.

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  1. smoothdevil


    Apr 8, 2008
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    A Santa Monica based studio is currently looking for a Vray lighter to join its US based team.


    • Expert knowledge of V-Ray
    • Help maintain lighting pipeline/work flow as dictated by project
    • Ensure work is of the highest possible quality
    • Good knowledge of maya and use of V-ray within maya
    • Understand how to properly economize renders while still achieving required quality
    • Work closely with the artistic leads to ensure creative direction is achieved
    • Thorough understanding of linear workflow
    • Be able to work with lighting artists to provide guidance and assist in problem solving

    • Commercial / Feature Film experience required
    • Advanced understanding of lighting and advanced shading networks
    • Good balance between artistic and technical skills
    • Advanced knowledge of Fusion or similar node based compositing package
    • Be able to properly assess appropriate balance of lighting and compositing for a given shot
    • Knowledge of modeling, animation, FX and surfacing a plus
    • Able to communication effectively to people across all disciplines, and with various levels of experience
    • Must be detail oriented and organized, possess strong communication skills, and be able to handle a variety of tasks in an efficient manner.
    • Must possess exceptional problem solving skills.
    • Works in a collaborative manner and follow direction as required
    • Must be a team player and perform well under tight deadlines


    closes: 23 Jul 2011
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