About Daniel Bryant

Daniel Bryant is a Motion graphic artist and video producer from the Tampa Bay area. A graduate of Southeastern University, Daniel has worked on projects including Photoshop World, Layers TV, Photography Tips and Tricks, and KelbyTV.com. For more information on his work, visit DanielBryantMedia.com

Edit and Combine Two Photos Using Lightroom and Photoshop

In this tutorial, Daniel selects two photos he’d like to combine, and uses Lightroom for minor image corrections before combining them in Photoshop for a better composition.

Using Masks and Tracking in Premiere Pro CC

In this tutorial, Daniel Bryant goes over some of the increased abilities of Premiere Pro when it comes to masks and tracking. In his examples, he uses Levels adjustment and blur effects on his footage and then isolates those effects using an ellipse mask. He also shows how Premiere can now track a moving subject and maintain a mask that is applied to the subject moves through the frames.

Blood Spatter Effect in FlowerMan Movie Poster

Follow along with this video about creating an advertisement and learn to create a bloody spatter effect as well as some other Photoshop techniques, such as levels adjustment, masking, cropping, and text tool shortcuts.

Monster Jam: Slow Motion Action Effect

Learn how to create this popular motion effect using Photoshop to select and separate the parts of the image into their own layers, and then taking those layers into After Effects to animate the sequence.

After Effects: Shatter Effect

In this tutorial, Daniel Bryant creates a 3D title effect using After Effects. He creates his title, then applies the shatter preset effect and tweaks the settings – calling a custom pattern to create 3D text. With the addition of a sky and cloud background, lens flare, and 3D camera, the animation becomes truly polished and professional.

3D Effect with Old Photo using PS and After Effects

In this tutorial, Daniel Bryant starts with an old photo and splits it into three layers – foreground, middle, and background. He takes these layers into After Effects and animates camera movement and focus distance to create a moving picture with dimension that wasn’t there in the original. Check it out.

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