by Todd Blankenship, Rocketstock Use After Effects tracking tools to create a HUD inspired by Spider-Man: Homecoming. Plus 12 free HUD elements from our Interface pack. In this tutorial, we’ll use some intermediate to advanced methods in After Effects (using the built-in tracking tools as well as elements from our new Interface HUD Pack) to quickly create this impressive special […]Read more "12 FREE Spider-Man-Inspired HUD Assets"
By Joshua Noel, Premium Beat This Adobe After Effects tutorial shows you how to use RocketStock’s Free 4K Volumetric Light and Dust Overlays. Add depth to motion graphics and footage in seconds. Every month, RocketStock gives away free After Effects templates, overlays, and video packs on their website. This month, RocketStock released 16 Free 4K Volumetric Light and Dust Overlays that you can use […]Read more "16 FREE Light and Dust Overlays, Tutorial"
by Ryan Nangle Final Cut Pro X Tutorials, tips, vlogs, gear reviews and free downloads here! For instance…Read more "Final Cut Pro X Tutorials and more…"
by Logan Baker, Rocketstock Make your images and screen pop with this free plugin and video tutorial. No matter what types of video you make, you will eventually need to mix up the form and engage your viewers in new ways. Following trends — as well as creating them — can help filmmakers and videographers […]Read more "Screen Pumping in Final Cut Pro X: Two Free Plugins!"
by V. Renee, nofilmschool If you’re ready to take to the skies with your first drone, you’ll want to learn the basics first. Drone technology is getting better and better every year, making it easier for beginners to take it out of the box and take to the skies. However, even the most basic drone […]Read more "Learn How to Fly a Drone in 7 Minutes"
by Will Nicholls, PetaPixel Hollywood photos and still frames often look fairly dreamy with a bit of a glow to the subject in the image. In this tutorial by the guys at Photoshop Cafe, you can learn a number of ways to do this to your own portraits. The video above outlines three ways you […]Read more "How to Give Portraits a Dreamy Glow"
By Yannick Theunissen There are different kinds of software to color-grade your footage, like Da Vinci, Final Cut and of course Premiere Pro, the one we use. With every software, it’s possible to use LUTs when color grading your footage. But what are they and how do they work? In this tutorial we will explain how […]Read more "Luts vs Look: The Difference in Premiere Pro"