Adobe’s New Mobile Apps: No Longer Second-Class Citizens

One of the biggest trends that came out of Adobe MAX 2014 was the efforts that Adobe made to close the gap between vision and production for creatives.

OmniFocus 2

OmniFocus 2 is a next-generation, gorgeously designed GTD (Getting Things Done) app for Mac OS X. Install it on both your Mac and iPhone, and you can manage anything from single photo shoots to all the tasks that you need to finish (sequentially or parallel) when you’re working on a fashion project or product catalog.

kumu STUDIO

Fledgling professional photographers quickly realize that running a successful photography business is about a lot more than just making great pictures.

Portraiture Video Plug-in

Photographers often retouch portraits for skin blemishes, and you can do the same when editing a video. The algorithm to make skin smoother and improve its looks is the same, but to accommodate a moving subject, you must have the means to follow the subject’s face as it moves across the frames.

StackShot

Both macro and small product photography share the problem of shallow depth of field (DOF) with a single shot, and with it, loss of detail that might otherwise strengthen the image.

Motion Pulse BlackBox Edition

Video Copilot has been the Apple of the motion graphics industry for years. From lens flares to bringing 3D into After Effects, Video Copilot has been the gift that keeps on giving.

Nodes 2

Completely Overhauled Compositing Powerhouse Nodes 2 is a video plug-in that works with Apple’s Final Cut Pro X and Motion, and Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro. Using Nodes 2, you can create lower thirds, titles, and infographics, and if you run it inside After Effects or Motion, you can also create images and image [...]

Editing Audio Clips in Adobe Audition

You have video editing down, but what about audio editing? Daniel walks you through microphone selection, recording and cleaning up the audio, and adding music to create dynamic compositions.

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