Video in Photoshop (a photographer & designer’s guide)
Learn how to edit video in Photoshop, make slideshows, timelapse and more.
This 3 hour crash course will teach you exactly what you need to know.
With Photoshop CS6 & CC (completely works in CC 2018), Adobe has completely reworked the video features so that photographers and deigners have a way of editing footage captured on their cameras, iPhones, DSLRs etc. This opens up a world of possibilities!
Photoshop master, Colin Smith (Author Video in Photoshop: Peachpit Press) wanted to help photographers & designers sort through all the information and misinformation and jump into video as quickly as possible without fuss. Using plain speak and no video jargon, he gets down to the practical nuts and bolts of editing video, combining clips, adding music and motion graphics all with effortless ease. Then he shows you how to create rich, multimedia slideshows that combine photographs, video, titles and music all with laugable ease. You can use the program that you know and love to create and distribute pro-quality video!
Colin Smith has just finished presenting Video editing workflow to Photographs at all the major locations in the past year: WPPI, Imaging USA, PPE, Photoshop World, creativeLIVE, PSPF and PMA. He has tested this training on thousands of Photographers and it works! Learn exactly what you need to know to create compelling videos with your DSLR camera and edit a professional looking video and slideshow all within the program you already know and love; Photoshop. You want a painless crash-course? Here it is!
This fast loading DVD ROM contains 3 hours of crisp video! The easy to use, advanced interface allows you to instantly jump to any of the lessons with complete control over the playback. All the lesson files are included, so you can follow along at your own pace! If you are a photographer or designer, learning video isn’t an option, it’e essential for your future.
This video makes it so easy, that anyone can edit video and create animated slideshows!
The best settings on your camera to capture the highest quality video. Recommended shutter speeds, frame rates, etc.
Stacking Clips and Blend Modes
Making multiple layers of video and using Photoshop blending modes for videos.
Using the different adjustment layers to change the color and tonality of the video.
Rendering and Encoding Video
Non-technical guide to preparing the edited video for playback on computers, mobile devices and web
Motion in Slideshows
Adding motion to the photos in a slideshow to add engagement. Creating the popular "Ken Burns" effect.
Custom Motion in Slideshows
Modifying the motion presets to make them work exactly how you want them to.