Actual Multiple Monitors

Flexibility and real estate are essential for my animation and graphics workflow, and I’ve always used multiple displays, but the toolbars, menus, and other items that I needed on the second monitor were a bit cumbersome. I’ve tried many products to solve this dilemma, but nothing ever really captured what was needed—until now.

Using Adobe Typekit with InDesign CC

Jeff Witchel goes over some of advantages to typekit in InDesign. The menu options allow you to sort fonts by favorites and recently used. Clicking on typekit takes you to Adobe’s font library that has over 700 fonts. The fonts can be filtered to search easier and once you find what you want, it takes very little time to sync the font and begin using it in your layouts.

DxO ViewPoint 2

ViewPoint 2 uses the company’s lens database to correct an image. It installs as a standalone app or an Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, or Aperture plug-in.

Photography Tips and Tricks: Product Snapshot – Phottix Portable Photography Kit

RC showcases a new product snapshot, the Phottix Portable Photography Kit. This feature is perfect for photographers who are just getting into the realm of flash photography and want to buy a one-stop-shop solution for the off-camera flash means. If you are looking for a photography kit all-in-one, Phottix is your source.

Brianna Graham Actions

The four collections are sold separately or in bundles, and each is designed to work together as a suite—providing a complete workflow solution—or separately as standalone components. They don’t disappoint!

Motion Path Tool Tips in Animate 3

Tom Green shows off some new features in Animate 3, allowing users to edit entire motion paths using quick options in the interface.

Photo Mechanic 5

Photo Mechanic originally served to help photo editors quickly sift through the hundreds of photos they get on their desk each day. With Photo Mechanic 5, you can tag, color-code, and star-rate photographs, but its most powerful feature, Variables, allows you to automate metadata writing and routing of your photos to specific locations.

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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