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Sony VAIO Flip with Photoshop CC - “Drone Dancer”
Sony VAIO Flip with Photoshop CC - “Drone Dancer”
Who said drones are evil and soul-less? Kush tames a few quadcopters to dance in sync with a hip-hop dancer to create a dynamic light rail and dance pose photo composite using a Sony Alpha 7R DSLR camera and Adobe Photoshop CC running on a Sony Vaio Flip 15 convertible laptop/tablet device.
  • Photoshop
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 5,682
  • Added: Jan 30, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:01:33
  • Tags: Sony, composite, photo, Alex Modugno, Alpha 7R, Drone, Elen Gales, Flip, Helen Situ, Photoshop
Kevin Siegel: The Future of Interactive eLearning
Kevin Siegel: The Future of Interactive eLearning
In this Adobe/STC interview, Iconlogic's Kevin Siegel expresses a wish list for ePubs: "we are hoping that ePub technology will catch up with the industry. We not only want to take our content out to digital format, but we also want to have interactive content in ePubs to have value add." Kevin maintains that Help authors need to fully embrace HTML5 in order to deliver to multiple platforms.
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 209
  • Added: Aug 11, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:01:11
  • Tags: HTML5, tablets, Adobe, HTML, Help, STC, e-Books, e-Pub, eBooks, ePub
2013 AYV Film Camp at SHIFT - Behind the Scenes
2013 AYV Film Camp at SHIFT - Behind the Scenes
SHIFT student participant of the 2013 AYV Film Camp at SHIFT. SHIFT in partnership with Spy Hop Productions hosted a 3-week AYV film camp that culminated in a big-screen exhibition at the Tumbleweeds Film Festival, March 16. We selected 24 students from the ages of 13-19 from an applicant base of over 50. These teens produced six short films, typically in teams of three in three categories: music video, traditional animation and documentary.
  • Views: 500
  • Runtime: 00:02:58
  • Tags: AYV, adobe youth voices
I See Myself
I See Myself
"I See Myself..." is a LYRICAL Music Video by Kasiem Aboti Walters introducing himself as an individual, explain a little about what he does and his background information through Hip Hop/Rap. The song then goes on to explain that although Kasiem is a lyricist, dancer and so much more he would like to focus on expanding and promoting my new organization "Dehpeshcii Musiq Entertainment" once he graduates College. Dehpeshcii is a a Multi-Talented Movement created by Kasiem based out of New York City producing PURE UNSIGNED TALENT while educating young people and changing the face of entertainment.
  • Creative Suite Production Premium
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 892
  • Added: Apr 25, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:02:58
  • Tags: Adobe Youth Voices, AYV, Aspire Awards
Hope Road
Hope Road
Hope Road is a music video by East Palo Alto's H20 (Hip Hop Orchestra) a youth band performed hip hop instrumentation with guest rapper Chris Brown. "Hope" is the theme and the road traveled.
  • Creative Suite Production Premium
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 432
  • Added: Apr 25, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:02:16
  • Tags: Adobe Youth Voices, AYV, Aspire Awards
Even Handed
Even Handed
Spy Hop on TV is the newest addition to the Youth Documentary Arts Program. Spy Hop was able to partner with KUED to offer a special project, Spy Hop on TV, to eight, advanced documentary film students. KUED asked students the question “what does freedom (Civil Rights)” mean to you from as youth perspective? Students created four short films in teams of two. The selected film topics addressing this question include education equality, Salt Lake City’s refugee population, religious freedom and LGBT issues in the Salt Lake community. The four short films premiered on KUED on May 16th, 2011 and the resulting partnership has received positive feedback and praise from the community.
  • Views: 260
  • Added: Feb 21, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:05:47
My Muslim
My Muslim
Spy Hop on TV is the newest addition to the Youth Documentary Arts Program. Spy Hop was able to partner with KUED to offer a special project, Spy Hop on TV, to eight, advanced documentary film students. KUED asked students the question “what does freedom (Civil Rights)” mean to you from as youth perspective? Students created four short films in teams of two. The selected film topics addressing this question include education equality, Salt Lake City’s refugee population, religious freedom and LGBT issues in the Salt Lake community. The four short films premiered on KUED on May 16th, 2011 and the resulting partnership has received positive feedback and praise from the community.
  • Views: 211
  • Added: Feb 21, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:06:23
Una Educación
Una Educación
Spy Hop on TV is the newest addition to the Youth Documentary Arts Program. Spy Hop was able to partner with KUED to offer a special project, Spy Hop on TV, to eight, advanced documentary film students. KUED asked students the question “what does freedom (Civil Rights)” mean to you from as youth perspective? Students created four short films in teams of two. The selected film topics addressing this question include education equality, Salt Lake City’s refugee population, religious freedom and LGBT issues in the Salt Lake community. The four short films premiered on KUED on May 16th, 2011 and the resulting partnership has received positive feedback and praise from the community.
  • Creative Suite Production Premium
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 314
  • Added: Feb 21, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:06:26
  • Tags: Adobe Youth Voices, Grantees, Spy Hop
Sunday
Sunday
Spy Hop on TV is the newest addition to the Youth Documentary Arts Program. Spy Hop was able to partner with KUED to offer a special project, Spy Hop on TV, to eight, advanced documentary film students. KUED asked students the question “what does freedom (Civil Rights)” mean to you from as youth perspective? Students created four short films in teams of two. The selected film topics addressing this question include education equality, Salt Lake City’s refugee population, religious freedom and LGBT issues in the Salt Lake community. The four short films premiered on KUED on May 16th, 2011 and the resulting partnership has received positive feedback and praise from the community.
  • Creative Suite Production Premium
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 113
  • Added: Feb 21, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:06:00
Why Is It Funny?
Why Is It Funny?
A short documentary that asks why middle school age students make fun of homosexuality and make gay jokes. Artist's statement: "What brought me to this subject was that my ELA teacher was encouraging us to do a lot of social justice projects and I was interested in the topics of homosexuality and suicide among teens. I wanted to find out why kids always made fun of these issues. They talked about them like they were jokes or like they were nothing. I decided to narrow down my documentary because I was worried about what people would think and say if I was asking about suicide. It’s a really sensitive issue. After making this movie, I’m hoping that people will understand that it’s okay to make jokes but you shouldn’t take things too far. By making jokes about homosexuality, you cross the line and can hit a nerve by hurting someone’s feelings and putting them down."
  • Creative Suite Master Collection
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 576
  • Added: May 10, 2011
  • Runtime: 00:04:18
  • Tags: AYV Live event, Adobe Youth Voices, New York
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