Adobe Creative Cloud CC is finally here, and in this video I will show how you can upgrade from Adobe Creative Cloud CS6 to Adobe CC.
This way you can have access to the CC version (a.k.a. CS 7.0) of your favourite Adobe applications: Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, After Effects, Speed Grade, Audition, Illustrator, and also Adobe Lightroom 5.0
In this video, I show how I do most of the videos on this channel. From pre-production, to principal photography, to post-production, I show you how I set up my environment, film the video, and then edit it.
For the post-processing, I use Adobe Premiere Pro for the editing, and Adobe Audition for improving the audio.
I will add links throughout this video to more of my videos on each subject or piece of equipment mentioned.
In this video, I show how I create my timescape videos (timelapse + landscape = timescape) from RAW images using Adobe After Effects to do the colour correction, and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. This is the simplest workflow I could find.
NOTE: I hear that Adobe CC CS7.0 will improve the processing speed of ATI cards, looking forward to that upgrade!
RAW images are a bit more work than working from .jpeg, but they offer you more flexibility in post-production. I’ll do another video to cover the RAW vs JPEG advantages and disadvantages.
In this video, Dom Bower discusses the importance of discussing expectations with your customers so you can deliver what they want, or suggest something they might like even better.
In this video, Dom Bower shows us how a badly done vignette can ruin a photo.
In this video, Dom Bower shows us how to take photos of a tiny house for a property photo shoot, and how he edits those photos.
In this video, Dom Bower gives us a Gimp tutorial while showing us how our faces are not as symmetric as we think!
In this video, Dom Bower discusses the upcoming update to Magic Lantern: 14bit RAW video. This update will allow RAW on a wide variety of Canon cameras, even the T2i, but at a lower resolution.
In this video, Dom Bower shows how to create bullet holes using Gimp.
In this video, Dom Bower shows how to create a very interesting group shot for a comedy group using Gimp.