Photoshop for Video - Working With Photos By Richard Harrington

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Richard Harrington uncovers techniques essential for video editors who are working with Photos in Photoshop. He shares his best practices for working with graphic and still images in a video environment.

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Using Photos in a video workflow.
What is your editing format?
Three ways to get images.
From scanners, cameras and videos.
Making accurate selections for image processing.
Using the Magic Wand Tool.
Using the Quick Selection Tool and the Refine Edge command.
Introducing Layer Masks
Using Layer Masks and Channels.
Experimenting with Image Calculations.
A Non Destructive Workflow
Examining Layer Adjustment Tools.
Fixing images with color problems.
Rich introduces the Shadow/Highlight Command
Correcting Shadows and Highlight problems in your images.
Blurs, Blend Modes and Gradient Maps.
Introduction to creating DVDs
Prepping Photos for Client Review
Cutting down the cost of your video production.
Creating a Backdrop Image
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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 company, RHED Pixel, creates motion graphics and produces video and multimedia projects....

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