Photoshop and After Effects for Event Photographers, with Richard Harrington

Looking for new ways to show your images to clients? Learn how to quickly prepare images for use in video and on-screen. In this interactive lesson you'll learn how to prepare photos for PowerPoint, Keynote, and DVD slideshows as well as how to create attractive pans and zooms of your images.

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 01:01)

Lets get up and started on the right foot.

Lesson 2: Organizing Your Images with Adobe Bridge (Duration 06:43)

Learn how to quickly organize your images using Adobe Bridge

Lesson 3: Online Review and Approval with Web Photo Gallery (Duration 07:30)

Post images for your clients to review with the Web Photo Gallery

Lesson 4: Advanced Websites with Adobe Media Gallery (Duration 05:42)

Create advanced Flash-enabled websites with ease using the Adobe Media Gallery

Lesson 5: Balancing Image Resolution (Duration 03:17)

How much resolution do you need when preparing images for the screen?

Lesson 6: Using the Image Processor Script (Duration 04:11)

Save time and automate the processing of images with this powerful script.

Lesson 7: Sizing Images for the Screen (Duration 06:00)

Make your images look their best when shown on-screen.

Lesson 8: The Two-Minute Quick Fix (Duration 07:00)

Get it done... learn how to quickly fix your images for a first pass correction.

Lesson 9: Fixing Alignment (Duration 04:26)

Tripod a little off? Learn how to level your images in Photoshop.

Lesson 10: Instant Color Grading (Duration 11:32)

Looking for a look? Learn quick techniques that are easily repeatable in Adobe Photoshop.

Lesson 11: Understanding Pixel Aspect Ratio (Duration 07:41)

When preparing images for video, pixel aspect ratio is a perplexing issue that you need to get right.

Lesson 12: Fixing On-Screen Flicker (Duration 05:32)

Photos have a tendency to flicker on video screens, learn a quick fix to solve this problem.

Lesson 13: Creating a DVD Slideshow Part 1 (Duration 05:49)

Want to put your photos to DVD, let Photoshop prep them fast.

Lesson 14: Creating a DVD Slideshow Part 2 (Duration 05:50)

Learn how to assemble a slideshow using Adobe Encore.

Lesson 15: Moving Images into After Effects (Duration 04:59)

Bring your photos in After Effects to create dramatic animation.

Lesson 16: An Introduction to Keyframes (Duration 08:18)

What are keyframes and how do they work?

Lesson 17: Professional Pan and Scan Effects Part 1 (Duration 12:55)

Your photos with movement can create an engaging display. Part 1

Lesson 18: Professional Pan and Scan Effects Part 2 (Duration 09:47)

Your photos with movement can create an engaging display. Part 2

Lesson 19: Exporting Movies from After Effects (Duration 06:32)

How do you get images out of After Effects and create video files for editing?

Lesson 20: Editing Photo Montages (Duration 09:18)

Put it all together in Premiere Pro or another NLE to tell your story with music and vision.

Lesson 21: Conclusion (Duration 00:52)

Stay tuned for more on creative video storytelling.

Meet Your Instructor: Richard Harrington

Richard Harrington is a certified Project Management Professional, Adobe Certified Expert in Photoshop and After Effects, and Apple Certified Trainer in Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Aperture. His visual communications…

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  1. It Wonderful How this Teacher Show After effect And Premier Pro I Wish He Can do Video Tutorial About After Effect He make to simple for me THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME

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