In this tutorial Kush explains some of the tricks he used to create a quick photo edit of a girl playing Kendama using a Sony QX100 mobile photography lens style camera and Photoshop Elements on a Vaio Tap 11 – a light and thin Windows tablet with detachable keyboard and pen.
Kush gives an overview of the steps he took - including layering with screen blending mode - to create a cool photo composite of light trails left behind by remote controlled quadcopters dancing in step with a dancer, using a Sony Alpha 7R DSLR camera and Adobe Photoshop CC running on a Vaio Flip 15 a large screen convertible tablet/laptop device with NFC connectivity.
See Drone dance video here
In this video Julieanne demonstrates Lightroom mobile on the iPhone including new features such as custom sort orders, star ratings as well as how to share images via email and the web interface, and auto import from the camera roll using Lightroom mobile on the iPad.
Be sure to also check out these previous videos in the series.
Setup, Collections and Flags
Cropping, Adjustments and Presets http://adobe.ly/1oxr4Wt
Managing Collections and Auto Import from Camera Roll http://adobe.ly/1sjcxz3
Showcasing and Sharing your Photographs
Jun 18, 2014
iPad , Auto Import, Camera Roll, Custom Sort Order, Lightroom, Lightroom mobile, Start Ratings, Web Sharing, iPhone
The largest systematic review of the outcomes of gamification techniques across marketing, enterprise and education revealed it either does nothing or the outcomes worse. In a talk, Kam Star covers the highlights of a 300+ case study meta analysis.
This panel brings together customers from across industries who are using social data to demonstrate value against hard business metrics, enrich customer understanding and audience segmentation and optimise marketing efforts.
The multi-million dollar makeover to the casino and resort was just the beginning for Palms Casino Resort. The next challenge was to convey that new, full-service experience online to the right audiences in a consistent and meaningful way.
See how Kush creates a creative composite of a beautiful dancer dressed in a fantasy outfit made out of color swatches and swirls of vibrant hues using Adobe Photoshop CC running on a Sony VAIO Duo 13 device.
Top-of-the-chart practitioners from across Europe review best practices for performing analysis, optimising online performance, and driving more value from analytics. These experts reveal their tips, tricks, and power strategies for getting the most out of your analytics efforts.
Vueling Airlines: Adam Barnes, Web Analyst
Philips: Willem Corbijn, IT business specialist -- NPS, Marketing and Digital Analytics
Scandic Hotels, Therese Reuterswärd
Adobe TV's chief goof ball (CGB) Kush Amerasinghe sneaks you into the Adobe MAX Bash and talks about what it was like to attend Adobe MAX 2013 in L.A. from his personal perspective in this hypnotic slow motion wearable camera video blog entry.
Fashion retailer ASOS publishes its weekly magazine to showcase new clothing lines and accessories. The publication, available in print and on the iPad, has now been customized for the iPhone screen. Readers can navigate through articles on their favorite stars, watch how-to videos, and peruse the racks for the latest designs. The app is integrated with the ASOS website, allowing readers to purchase clothing and accessories without leaving the app.
In this episode of Ask the Adobe Ones, Kush explains some of the basics of using Adobe Photoshop Touch on a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. Even if you are not familiar with the desktop version of Photoshop, see how easy it is to learn and have fun manipulating and retouching your photos with this Touch App.
Hate the pat downs? Scared of the backscatter x-ray scanners? No worries, now you can make your own fake full body scan without having to line up at the airport security checkpoints. Extra-H shows you how to you could simulate a do it yourself TSA style scan at the comfort of your own home, that you can show off to your friends, just by following a quick and easy Adobe Photoshop tutorial that even he can master!
Kush receives a tweet from a viewer asking about the recently aired video showcasing Wired magazine’s new iPad app powered by Adobe tools. He explores that and even simpler ways to create digital publications. Creating content for various devices like the iPad using Adobe tools might be easier than what you think after all.
While wandering around in a strange webcam community, Kush stumbles on to somebody who knows a lot about the new Adobe eLearning Suite 2. Hear what it is - explained in simple words - and how your e-learning content can be deployed in different ways - including through acrobat.com
Product Version: CC
May 21, 2010
Captivate, SCORM, kush, chat roulette, elearning suite 2
Most Photographers want to know if there is a difference between using Lightroom to make adjustments as opposed to using camera raw controls when opening into Photoshop through Bridge? Is it the same camera raw technology? Julieanne Kost answers this frequently asked question while Kush thinks about ways to edit his pictures of the ocean front of Trieste Italy.
While visiting the leaning tower of Pisa where according to scientific folklore Galileo dropped two objects to prove his theories about gravity, Kush contemplates about the relationship between Audition and Soundbooth. What is better - or should you be asking which is better for you? Or does it even make sense to compare them?
There are some Adobe ones who just can’t stop partying - even at work! Kush talks to D.J. Occlusion about remixing sounds downloaded from Resource Central. He also talks about many ways to watch his show.
If you’ve seen an episode of the original Star Trek, you know that whenever Captain Kirk came in sight of a love interest, she appeared to him in diffused focus. Deke shows you how to achieve "Kirk Vision".
In this first of a 3 part series, Julia Hoffmann, a rising star of the design world, discusses her early aspirations. She talks about the importance of simplicity in logos, as well as the collaborate creative process she had with Jon Stewart.
Product Version: CC
Oct 07, 2008
Books, Design Premium, design, designer, graphic design, julia Hoffman
In response to an email question, Kush wanted to find out ways to fake a 3D reflection on a flat plane in Adobe After effects. Now he is left only with a set of clues in the form of what sounds like a poem.
Product Version: CC
May 18, 2008
Expression, Reflection, after effects, after effects, after effects, after effects, after effects, after effects, after effects, kush