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In this tutorial, I show how to take someone out of your shot in both Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro.
Here’s a neat little trick to add a realistic background object to your footage in Adobe After Effects.
In this quick tutorial, we’re going to add a video on a polaroid in about 10 minutes using Adobe After Effects. I’ve provided the source files to get you started.
In this quick video tutorial, I show a technique that I often use when adjusting photos taken with backlighting from the sun. I simply add “atmosphere” by using the graduated filter tool in Adobe Lightroom. This little tool is powerful for adding a splash of style to a specific section of an image.
These are 3 tips that I teach all my new new live production technical directors.
Tim Bullock tweets and asks: I’m adding floating Dust Particles in AE for a Music Video. Should I grade before or after VFX? @cineblur …
In this quick tip video, I show you how to create a nice and simple vignette in Premiere Pro.
Instead of just trimming the end down and fading it out, this is a tip that uses “markers” in your song to seamlessly cut sections out, or add section in.
“The Hunger Games” was a great movie, but there were a couple of cinematography blunders that I noticed, that should have been addressed.
Here is a great article by Shane and his team describing the many uses for pola filters. He includes examples and tests that really show the difference a pola filter adds.
Sometimes, we forget how important a simple camera shot can be. If used correctly, the static shot can be very powerful.
A shotgun mic is a microphone that has a directional pick-up pattern. A boom mic is any microphone that is at the end of a long, extended pole.
In this quick tip, I show you how to use audio in Final Cut Pro 7. The file type needs to be exactly AIFF, 48 Khz, and 16 bit to work natively in FCP.
In this Final Cut Pro 7 quick tip, I show you how to copy and paste attributes to other clips. I also touch base …
In my years of using Final Cut Pro, I’ve stumbled across the question myself, “Do I need to render before I export in Final Cut Pro?”
Short answer: “No.”
DSLR’s are awesome for video. These are 3 problems that rookies most commonly face.
I strongly encourage you to take just a few minutes and assign a few custom hotkeys to your most commonly used actions. This article will get you started.
This video tip shows everything you need to know about using favorites in Final Cut Pro 7.
Here’s an easy way to fine tune edits in Final Cut Pro 7.