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Show: Adobe Youth Voices
Produced by four teens in the recording studio at Spy Hop Productions as part of the SHIFT AYV Film Camp this March, this music video is about how we are all on a very similar journey- the journey of life. The song stems from a reflective poem written by Emma and the group turned the poem to song to send a message to teens everywhere that we are all in this together and the best thing to do is look up, look forward and just ride the bumps.
Show: Adobe Youth Voices
Produced by four teens on the stop motion multilane at Spy Hop Productions as part of the SHIFT AYV Film Camp this March, this piece is an cross-generational exploration of the power of imagination through the eyes of a young boy and his storytelling grandfather. As the grandfather spins his tales, the young boy begins to embellish with grandiose dreams of adventure of his seafaring and dragon slaying ancestors. The message: A good imagination takes you anywhere you want to go; dare to dream!
Adding a Tilt Shift Lens Blur to Aerial Photos for Special Effect
Learn how to add a blur effect called Tilt Shift, to your GoPro aerial images, in combination with the Radial Blur filter in ACR. The combination of the features and create some amazing images.
Using blur to call focus or create a special effect in Photoshop CC
Learn to use the Iris Blur, Tilt Shift Blur, and Field Blur filters to create special effects in Photoshop CC. You'll learn how you can run these filters as smart filters and create radial depth of field for an interesting focal point in an image. Learn more at Adobe Photoshop CC: Learn by Video
Shifting colors with Hue/Saturation
Learn how to change the color in an image using a Hue/Saturation adjustment. Find out how to modify both individual and multiple color ranges, isolate and modify specific colors with the Targeted Adjustment tool, and use the Adjustment Brush to change select areas of an image. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Neil Perlin: Merging of Mobile and TechComm
In this STC/Adobe booth interview, thought leader Neil Perlin discusses how techcomm Help authors went through a major sea change at WinWriter years ago when Microsoft announced that their Help would be based on HTML, vs. familiar *.chm files. Before that event, the world of techcomm and Help were separate silos. According to Perlin, many of us are still feeling our way around in mobile, as best methods are being defined. Many people are still trying to determine if they are to create eBooks, Apps, mobile Help. Look for several years of disruption as we experienced a dozen years ago when Help shifted to HTML.