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Insights from Rhythm & Hues Studio on Motion Design
The session explores techniques and possibilities in harnessing the latest technologies to create groundbreaking visual effects for motion pictures, video and commercials. Learn to leverage tools to create stunning motion designs.
Crafting the perfect look: SpeedGrade and Silbersalz
Show: Creative Cloud for Video
In this beautiful video, senior colorist Thomas Bergman explains why his company Silbersalz uses SpeedGrade and the Creative Cloud video tools. He describes their creative process and shows how SpeedGrade transforms imagery to create stunning visuals and give content emotional impact.
Highlights from the Adobe Filmmaker Panel at Sundance 2014
Show: Adobe at Sundance
Low budget doesn’t have to mean low quality for independent film. In this panel, meet noted filmmakers who have created entertaining and high-quality independent films on undeniably low—even micro—budgets. Hear about the latest technology trends for budget-conscious indie filmmakers, including the cameras and integrated software solutions that make stunning storytelling possible. Learn how brilliant visuals, awe-inspiring stories, and high-quality filmmaking are possible, even on a low budget.
Working with B&W adjustments
Show: Learn Lightroom 5
We live in a world of color; however, that doesn't mean we can't remove that color to achieve some stunning photographs. Explore how to take an image from color to black and white in some very creative ways. Learn more from the complete Adobe Lightroom 5 course at Infiniteskills.com.
Creative use of the high pass filter
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
Photoshop has dozens of filters, and they can be used alone or in combination to achieve stunning results. Here’s just one example for creative use of the High Pass filter. Learn more from the complete Adobe Photoshop CC course at Infiniteskills.com.
FRAMEMAKER 11: Easy PDF output from DITAMap
FrameMaker 11 publishes sample files from DITA Open Toolkit "out-of-the-box." Using other DITA editors, it can required a lot of work to design style sheets that will publish OTK to rich PDF. FrameMaker 11 allows you to save DitaMaps to a FrameMaker book "with components." This means that a cover page, generated TOC, Index, List of Tables and List of Figures is automatically inserted in the correct locations. From that point you can swiftly publish to PDF with stunning results. Watch this video to see how you can achieve this with just a few mouse clicks.