Photoshop is a one stop shop to clean up video frames, create elements that can be animated or tracked in your NLE program, and make patches to fix the existing issues inherent to your source footage.
In this session, We will take a look at the type tool for text templates in your NLE projects, match existing text items from an image, create a custom branded slate template, and create a transparent logo or icon for watermarking deliverables.
Then, we will take a look at color matching tools to create elements for use in your edit timeline like better quality color gradients without the banding, Text that matches or complements the colors in your scene, and create items to be tracked into a scene.
This class will showcase:
Essential shortcuts, working with masks, layering, sizing, cloning elements, embedded alpha channels, the text tool to craft titles for use in templates and organizing deliverables as a single multi-layered PSD file or quick export of layers.
Instructor - Anthony Bari Jr.
Workflow Consultant | Documentary Filmmaker | Editor
Anthony is an Emmy-award winning technical supervisor, workflow consultant, director, documentary filmmaker, video editor, and U.S. marine veteran. With an extensive background developing workflows for major broadcasters internationally. His production background consists of documentary, sports, promotional, commercial, television, and branded content campaigns. Anthony has played a role in all parts of the process from pre-production through post. Often being the communication down stream from all levels of users to vendors through workshops and technical education.