Learn how to edit video in Photoshop, make slideshows, timelapse and more. This 3 hour crash course will teach you exactly what you need to know. With Photoshop CS6 & CC, Adobe has completely reworked the video features so that photographers and deigners have a way of editing footage captured on their cameras, iPhones, DSLRs etc. This opens up a world of possibilities! Photoshop master, Colin Smith (Author Video in Photoshop: Peachpit Press) wanted to help photographers & designers sort through all the information and misinformation and jump into video as quickly as possible without fuss. Using plain speak and no video jargon, he gets down to the practical nuts and bolts of editing video, combining clips, adding music and motion graphics all with effortless ease. Then he shows you how to create rich, multimedia slideshows that combine photographs, video, titles and music all with laugable ease. You can use the program that you know and love to create and distribute pro-quality video! Colin Smith has just finished presenting Video editing workflow to Photographs at all the major locations in the past year: WPPI, Imaging USA, PPE, Photoshop World, creativeLIVE, PSPF and PMA. He has tested this training on thousands of Photographers and it works! Learn exactly what you need to know to create compelling videos with your DSLR camera and edit a professional looking video and slideshow all within the program you already know and love; Photoshop. You want a painless crash-course? Here it is! This fast loading DVD ROM contains 3 hours of crisp video! The easy to use, advanced interface allows you to instantly jump to any of the lessons with complete control over the playback. All the lesson files are included, so you can follow along at your own pace! If you are a photographer or designer, learning video isn't an option, it'e essential for your future. This video makes it so easy, that anyone can edit video and create animated slideshows!
Colin Smith is a best-selling author, and award-winning digital artist who has caused a stir in the community with his stunning Photoshop work. Colin is known as a pioneer of HDR photography and aerial drone photography. Colin is founder of one of the world's most popular Photoshop resource sites, PhotoshopCAFE.com, which boasts over 30 million visitors. He has been nominated 2x for the Photoshop Hall of Fame.
With over 20 years of experience in the creative industry, Colin was formerly Senior Editor and Creative Director for VOICE magazine. As a commercial artist, his clients include Satcchi & Satcchi, Proctor & Gamble, Toyo Tires, Microsoft and several Hollywood entertainment companies.
He is a regular columnist for Photoshop User magazine. He has been featured in most major imaging magazines including, Computer Arts, Macworld, Advanced Photoshop, Photoshop User, After Capture, PSD Photoshop, Photoshop Creative, Digital Photographer, Web Designer magazine and a host of others.
Colin's digital imaging work has been recognized with numerous awards, including, MacWorld Digital Design and 3 Guru awards at Photoshop World 2001 and 2002. He's authored more than nineteen books on Photoshop, including the best-selling How to Do Everything with Photoshop (McGraw-Hill/Osborne) and award-winning Photoshop Most Wanted, as well as being pominentely featured in the Hall Of Fame book, New Masters Of Photoshop and New Masters of Photoshop 2 (The only artist featured in both editions).
Colin is also creator of the PhotoshopCAFE series of videos (PhotoshopCAFE.com/video). He is in high demand across the United States as a lecturer, presenting his Photoshop techniques to Photographers and graphics professionals across the nation. He has been a speaker at such conferences as Adobe MAX, Photoshop World, WPPI, Imaging USA, PPE, creativeLIVE Photoshop week, Flash Forward, NVision, , PIDE, DL Expo, Creative Suite Conference, Cre8, Create Chaos, Deviant Art Summit and many more. In 2012 and 2013 Colin was the featured speaker and producer of 2 Multi-City Tours (Route CS6 and Destination CC) Sponsored by Adobe. Colin has consulted such companies as Adobe Systems, Edison International, Apple and Disney Studios.