My name is RC and today I'm going to talk to you about Photoshop and video. Probably two things that you don't hear about because a lot of the time when you work with Photoshop, you think of Photoshop as just a program that deals with just pictures and editing of pictures. This example was really cool and I'll tell you right now, kinda neat. John Cornicello did that. For the most part, you're working with pictures. I get distracted a lot, you're just gonna have to deal with it at this point. But as a photographer, I spend a lot of time working, just doing, taking pictures and things, the reality of it is that I probably do as much video production, Premiere work, things like that, than I do photography these days. It's just everything seems to be moving into that kind of space and if you have a DSLR camera, these days you have the ability to be able to do video production. But a lot of the times what happens is people tend to look at this kind of stuff and they're like, ew, I don't kno...
w, I'm not sure. The default response for people when they start doing this is the defacto program for everything that you're using for this is Premiere Pro, hands down, Adobe, we love Premiere Pro, it's great, it's wonderful. But the reality of it is everybody's Premiere Pro experience kind of starts like this. All right, well, I'm gonna start, okay, get it all started. Okay, this is, this is gonna be great. Okay, it looks Pr, Ps, it's close, How close can it actually be? And at this point, you start hesitating, because it's loading a lot of stuff and what you're trying to do is you're trying to make sure that you're like how much of a skill do I know from a Photoshop standpoint can I translate over into video editing? And you get to this one screen and you're like, oh, this looks easy enough. I'm just going to create a new project I guess is what I'm looking for. Okay, I'll click on that. And then you get here and you're like, uh. This is where you usually start going, I'm regretting the decisions that I've made for most of this stuff. You're like, yeah, I don't know, I don't even know, you know what, I'm not going to worry about it, I'll just hit OK, maybe it will get better. At that point, you do that, and you see this, and you're like, yeah, no, I quit, I'm out of here. Premiere sucks. And that's everybody's experience when they go into it. A lot of the times there's almost kind of like a penalty that you pay, there's this technological penalty that you pay when you want to start working with a video production thing. So I teach at Circus University and it's one of those things where I like talk to people about it and I'm like there's really not that much that goes into the process of video production. It's actually more about what you're doing in here and less about how you're working inside of Premiere. So much so that I think that this is something that you can very easily do inside of Photoshop. Now is Photoshop Premiere? No, not at all. Let's just get that right off the bat. There's a million and one different things that you can do inside of Premiere that will never come into Photoshop. However Photoshop does have video capabilities. They're okay, they're pretty decent. You can get a lot of stuff done. It's never going to overtake Premiere. It's never supposed to take Premiere. What I think it does, is I think it does set a, it does work as almost like a gateway drug. A lot of the times it's like if you can go and you can edit some of this stuff inside of Premiere, then, or you can edit some of this stuff inside of Photoshop, you'd be like, oh, well that wasn't so bad. What if I could? Or could I? The moment that you start doing that, leave, go to Premiere. But at least you can start working these ideas and getting all of this kind of stuff up and running. So that's the purpose of what we're going to be doing in this class. We're just going to talk about how to be able to work with Photoshop and video together to kind of wet the whistle to start talking about that process and maybe get you guys thinking about doing something like this. Going into a local business, doing it for your own kids. If you have your DSLR, you shoot the video, you got to put it together.
AFTER THIS CLASS YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
- Create videos using Photoshop
- Add images, text, titles, audio, and transitions to your videos
- Share your videos with the public
ABOUT RC'S CLASS:
Photographers and Designers are quickly finding that video is an essential part of presenting their creative work to the public. The problem is most creatives fear the learning curve of working in a video application. In this 60 minute class, you will learn everything you need to create a compelling video - from adding images and designs, to adding titles, transitions, audio, and effects - all inside of Adobe Photoshop®.
WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR:
- All levels of Photoshop users
Adobe Photoshop CC 2019
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR:
Rafael Concepcion “RC” is an award-winning photographer and author of the best selling books “Get Your Photography On the Web”, “The HDR Book – 2nd Edition” by Peachpit Press and “The Enthusiast’s Guide to Lightroom” and “The Enthusiast’s Guide to Photoshop” by Rocky Nook. RC served as the Director of Content and Education for Kelby Media Group, host of the popular podcasts “Photography Tips and Tricks” “The Lightroom Show” and “The Grid” with Scott Kelby before starting his online training resource First Shot School.
An Adobe Certified Instructor in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Lightroom, RC has over 20 years in the I.T. and e-commerce industries and spends his days developing content for all applications in the Adobe Creative Suite. RC also worked with Adobe to write the Adobe Certified Expert exam for Photoshop CS6, Lightroom 4, and Lightroom 5.
A sought after public speaker, he has held training seminars around the world and has worked with companies like Intel, Microsoft, Synology, Razer, Dell, Red Cinema, among many others.