Should I put post-processing effects in my portfolio for VFX?

I think some of my best work has been in post processing shaders, but of almost every VFX portfilio I’ve seen, no one seems to include them. Is there a reason for this?

I see some portfolios with them. It’s just rare as not many VFX Artists focus on them. Definitely worth putting in imo

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Thank you so much for your reply! What would you suggest be the best way to put them in? Should I just show a static scene with the shader applied?

I’m not a specialist myself, but what I got suggested when I was presenting my postprocess was to show it with another effect.

For instance in my case it was a screen freeze, so I got suggested to connect it with my effect of ice explosion. Maybe you can do something similar.

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