Lite Bite for Photoshop: Clipping Masks vs. Layer Masks
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: Martin Ainsworth
: Lite Bite for Photoshop: Clipping Masks vs. Layer Masks
In this "Lite Bite" tutorial Martin Ainsworth quickly shows the use of Clipping Masks VS Layer Masks within Abobe Photoshop. Masks can be creative and using the best way for the project you are doing can save valuable time.
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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 7 Matched Sequences & Bins
In this video tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to create a new sequence that exactly matches your footage followed by the options for managing assets in your project panel including how to create bins and how to navigate between bins. Andrew finishes off by showing how to automate your clips in the order you select them in your project panel directly to you timeline while respecting any in and out point selections you may have made while hover scrubbing in your project panel.
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Pure Mission: NAB 2018 Highlights for Video Creatives
Everyone who attended NAB this year was on a mission. A mission to create the best content, a mission to deliver content to the right audience, a mission to produce great films for device and theatre viewing. We'll start by discussing some of the best solutions for some of the creative people we know - shooters, production/post folks. And there was plenty of new products, new services, new features announced at the show to get a filmmakers motor running this year. And again SuperMeet was fun, insane and informative. Shoot it, produce it, store it. Then? Sell it. It's all good and getting better!
NAB 2018: Journey, Connections, and Life-Changing Takeaways
Many people say that the best thing about the NAB Show is the people, but then their NAB conversations are mostly about products. Thanks to a grant from the Blue Collar Post Collective, longtime Creative COW member, editor, licensed drone operator, podcaster and videographer Hannah Byars-Walker set out to build an NAB experience not around this year's gear, but around the people she'd meet who could change the course of her career, if not her life. This is her inspiring story of what happened next.
Go Creative Show: The Cinematography of A Quiet Place
Charlotte Bruus Christensen is the Danish cinematographer behind the lens of the horrifying and beautifully shot film A Quiet Place. Charlotte joins commercial director and Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli to discuss the camera, lighting, and lensing choices for A Quiet Place, its unique sound design and how show created its horrifying yet warm look.
The Introvert's Guide to the NAB Show, by Kylee Peña
If you're like most people in video production, you're a bit of an introvert, which can make trade shows a challenge. Shyness is real, and social anxiety is its own thing to be managed carefully, but are you selling yourself short before you give yourself a chance to achieve your goals? Creative COW Managing Editor Kylee Peña offers practical steps to help even the shyest creatives make the most of NAB.
Editorial, Feature, People / Interview
VFX LEGION: FX ON SCANDAL & HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER
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Adobe After Effects
Remove People from Moving Video in After Effects with Mocha
Learn how to remove a person from a moving video using the Remove module of the Mocha Pro plug-in for Adobe After Effects! In one of his most epic tutorial's yet, Surfaced Studio's Tobias Gleissenberger then adds a bonus Beam Up effect using some of the great filters from the Boris Continuum and Sapphire collections.
Art of the Edit
Cate Haight ACE on Editing The Sundance Hit Indie, Puzzle
Cate Haight, ACE, has edited some of the most memorable films and television shows in the last few years. Her latest indie feature Puzzle -- which tells the story of a suburban mom who discovers a passion for competitive jigsaw puzzling -- debuted at Sundance Film Festival this year. Creative COW Contributing Editor Alee Caldwell sat down with Cate to talk about going to the fest, advocating for change, and putting together the pieces of Puzzle.
People / Interview
Mercedes-Benz and Friends Make 360-Degree Stadium Halo Board
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