Premiere Pro CC for Photographers By Terry White

Duration
1 hr 52 min
Lessons
12

You would be hard pressed to buy a camera that doesn’t shoot video today! However, as a photographer you probably never got into video editing. Now with Adobe Premiere Pro CC it couldn’t be easier to tell your story with photos and videos. The problem has been that all the other Premiere Pro classes out there are geared towards video people. In this class Terry White shows you how to go from start to finish with your videos, photos and music without all the video jargon. Let a photographer show you how to use Premiere Pro CC.

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Opening Premiere, creating a new project, and customizing your workspace.
Getting the video off your camera and into Premiere Pro.
Let's look a couple different ways to use your still images in your video project.
Creating an initial sequence that begins to define the entire project, and editing clips.
You have a rough cut of the project. Now it's time to start cutting out the excess footage.
Adding video transitions and making the still images move.
Importing still images into the project and adding animation effects to the images.
Importing audio, adding it to timeline, and editing it to match the video.
How to use markers to edit clips to the beat of your audio track.
Adding titles to your project.
Getting your finished project out of Premiere and live to the world!
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Meet your instructor

Terry White

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Terry is the author of Secrets of Adobe Bridge from Adobe Press and co-author of InDesign CS/CS2 Killer Tips, from New Riders. Terry is Worldwide Creative Suite Design Evangelist for Adobe Systems, Inc., and has been with Adobe for over a decade, where he leads the charge in evangelizing and showing Adobe's Creative Suite products to u...

  1. Profile photo of brianberran brianberran

    Great course. I learned a lot of valuable information. Last time I fired up Premiere I was overwhelmed and got frustrated. This course showed me exactly what I need to get simple, yet professional looking results from my clips. It was also great that Terry geared it to photographers. Previously I was making basic videos in iMovie. This opens up another creative outlet. Terry, please do a follow-up course linking in basic After Effects motion. I would love to see that!