I think that's where I know you from Omar. I consume tutorials like a hungry lion (or a chicken - have you ever seen a chicken eat!?)
I'm really a Jack of all trades (at my end of the filmmaking scale, you have to be!). The only thing I don't do is any acting simply because I don't enjoy it like I used to.
I guess from your work that you're a colorist, right?
My partner at Solar is a colour genius. He can see subtle shades of light that I could never hope to. Sure, I can do the Ansel Adams zone system (luma) but his color perception is right on the money. He can look at a scene and tell you which way the balance is off almost to the kelvin. I can see it's a bit warm, a bit cool or flat - but that's my lot.
My interest is in visual effects which, these days, means compositing. When I worked in film, compositing meant fancy filters, special films, lights and all manner of gizmos. Very imaginative but thankfully rarely a necessity. I still do what I can in camera of course, but there are some things that are just easier, more practical, cheaper or just safer to do in post.
The magic is in keeping your audience guessing.
I haven't mastered Natron sufficiently to do anything "serious" but it made a terrific job of simulating some stage lighting for a job we did over the holidays. Little more than adding a fake spotlight and some 2.35:1 aspect bars (to mask the hideous stage but it was a dream! Even better when I discovered it could output to ProRes just by the use of the .mov extension. Wonderful stuff. As it was, I did everything to .pngs first and then used Natron to recompose a digital intermediate for the editor (Kdenlive). Coming from a Mac this is all a bit alien but it's moving in the right direction and it's done the job efficiently!
Now that's out of the way