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Morphing

Let's talk about morphing—that's right, that craze of the early '90s. Trivia question: What now major studio raised its profile by pulling off the morphing effects in Michael Jackson's “Black or White” video? Hint: It raised its profile quite a bit further a decade later with Shrek.

Thing is, morphing could conceivably come in handy, without being so blatant and obvious. Think of it as a concealing tool, useful when you don't want anyone to notice a transition between two objects or even a transition between one object and itself at a different point in time. Or heck, go crazy morphing together members of your extended family to see if you look anything like the result.


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