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Ron Brinkmann (born 1964), a visual effects supervisor and a founding employee of Sony Imageworks. While there he was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Special Visual Effects for his work on the movie Speed. He later co-founded Nothing Real, a software company that produced the digital compositing application Shake. Nothing Real was acquired in 2002 by Apple.
He is a regular guest in the podcast 'This Week in Photography'.
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