Mattie Haapoja walks through these 9 easy transitions to help advance your story line and allow you to move from scene to scene.
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Peter McKinnon shares his thoughts on the new update to Instagram and talks about the new image format of 9×16.
Van Neistat is the brother of Casey Neistat and he put together this fun little video of taking a Fisher Price movie viewer and customizing it with your own movies. It might take a lot of cartridges for a long movie, but this is pretty fun project.
Unmesh Dinda has another great tutorial for photoshop. In this example he uses the Mona Lisa and color grades another portrait photo from this example. You might also check out his other video “Copy the Color Grading from Any Image with Photoshop”
Color grading can always be a challenge especially when shooting underwater video with a GoPro. This walk through by Guillaume Cornet shows you al the setting and ideas on how to get that perfect underwater colors.
Irene Rudnyk walks you through some basic ideas on how to transform your prints into a work of art by using mixed media. Using techniques as simple as Mod Podge and gold ink to even using household bleach to distress your images.
Gab Scanu walks you through all the elements he used to shoot a 60 second travel commercial for a luggage company. Some really helpful tips in how to keep movement throughout the whole video to help the viewer anticipate what might be coming next. He also includes some tips on sound design to make it […]
Anton Isaev took a trip around Europe and put together one of the most interesting travel videos you’ll ever see. The transitions and cuts are super creative and though this video may not be for everyone, it’s worth adding for some inspiration. Using Google translate here is the backstory on the video. “The Europe tweet […]
Rico Copeland walks you through step by step on how to create your own NFT collection using Photoshop. In this example he created 2,160 different combinations of his NFT’s. We were shocked at how simple it was.
Photohops new ability to replace the sky is a complete game-changer for your images. Living in the Pacific Northwest, we see grey skies about 3-4 months a year and how nice would it be to have this in real life? Ah, but of course we cannot, but Peter McKinnon walks through the simple steps on […]