by Justin Odisho In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC Tutorial I will be sharing 5 little video editing tips, tricks, and techniques that can make a big difference in your final project. 1. Pull Focus – Using dimming and blurring in the background you can pull focus to text, images, or pop ups in the foreground. […]Read more "5 Little Video Editing Tricks"
By Mark Spencer, Ripple Training Steve Martin from Ripple Training shows us how to create a tilt-shift effect on a drone shot in Final Cut Pro X. The process Steve demonstrates will work on any shot but it’s most effective on shots including people or objects like cars, trains, boats, etc. – anything that could be […]Read more "Creating a Tilt-Shift Effect in Final Cut Pro X"
by Thomas Alex Norman Whether you make a living shooting travel videos, upload them to YouTube, or you just like to shoot them for fun, these five shooting angles from Thomas Alex Norman will not only make your videos look better, they will give them much more impact on your audience. Here you’re going to learn […]Read more "5 Camera Angle Tips that Will Punch-up Any Video"
by Kassie and Joe, theflyawaylife.com There are so many features that just make it more convenient to use a GoPro: its small and compact, its waterproof, and its design makes it easy to take great GoPro photos when traveling solo. Best of all, it manages to have all those perks while still maintaining amazing image quality! Use […]Read more "Best GoPro tips for taking amazing travel photos"
by Larry Jordan Here’s an idea… one that I use everyday. When I log on to my browser every morning, the first thing I see as my homepage is a Larry Jordan tip of the day based on both Apple and Adobe products… https://larryjordan.com/free-tips Like this one for today: Edit a Multicam Clip A Quick […]Read more "Larry Jordan’s Daily Tips"
by Apalapse Learn how to photograph the milky way, controlling shutter speed, aperture, and ISO while using techniques to reduce camera shake and maintain tight focus on stars. This video alone was comprised of over 200 individually animated layers. And if you’d like a more detailed explanation…Read more "How to Photograph the Milky Way in 2 Minutes"
by V. Renee, nofilmschool Here are some ways to use camera sliders to make your footage look more professional and cinematic. Here are the moves Parker Walbeck talks about in the video: Side-to-side Push-in/Pull-out Parallax Low mode Aerial Oh, so much more here to post the look and feel of your next video…Read more "5 Cinematic Slider Moves (and How to Do Them Right)"