Using Timecode in Premiere Pro

Explore several ways to display, and export Timecode on your timelines an final video exports.

Using Virtual Copies in Lightroom—The “No Risk” Way to Experiment

Create virtual copies in Lightroom, which don’t take up space and allow you to try different looks without the overhead.

Creating Bars and Tone, Titles, and Counters in Premiere Pro

Locate Bars and Tone, Titles, and Counter Options in Premiere.

The High-Contrast Portrait Look

Lightroom’s Clarity slider increases midtone contrast, and does a pretty nice job of enhancing texture and giving your subjects a gritty look, but if you really want to take it to the next level, jump over to Photoshop and apply this high-contrast, mutli-layer tonal contrast effect. This is a simplified version of a technique I [...]

A Look Inside Pattern Brush Borders in Adobe Illustrator CC

In this tutorial, Jeff will be taking a look at creating custom Pattern Brush Borders in Illustrator CC. He will also be discussing the amazingly useful Pattern Brush Libraries that come with the application.

When Your Subject Is in the Shadows

We all wind up shooting subjects that are backlit (where the light is behind your subject). That’s because our eyes automatically adjust to the situation and we see the subject just fine in our viewfinder. The problem is our cameras aren’t nearly as sophisticated as our eyes are, so you’re almost guaranteed to get some [...]

Balancing Skin Tones with Photoshop

You’re definitely going to run into situations where your subject has a patch of skin, maybe on their arm, or back, or leg, that is either brighter or darker than the surrounding skin. So, we should do a quick retouch to balance those areas before we start any kind of skin softening or smoothing. You [...]

Using the New Highlight Paragraph Feature in InDesign CC 2015

For years, InDesign users have be asking for a way to highlight a selected paragraph with a color background. In CC 2015, their wish will be answered. In this tutorial, Jeff will go through the options of this long-awaited feature.

Photoshop Chalkboard Effect

Here’s a pretty easy way to get a chalkboard look in Photoshop (without getting the chalk dust everywhere).

Speed Ramping in Premiere Pro

Transition smoothly from fast to slow, and slow to fast with this fun feature in Adobe Premiere.

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