Good for beginners: learn about composition settings, simple motion graphics and effects – learn the trim paths, pre-comp and properties.
Force Motion Blur: add motion blur to moving object Fill: Change colour of the entire object Motion Tile: create transition or slideshow Vignette: add edge round to create a style Drop Shadow: create song shadows to make things pop out from the background 3D Camera Tracker: Track 3D data of a shot Light Sweep: use over the title to bring attention Audio Spectrum: create an audio reaction to music Warp Stabiliser: easily remove camera shake, more smooth Lumetri Colour: for color correction Particle World: manipulate particles Noise: stylise motion graphic and title Fractal Noise: generate maps for distortion and atmospheres...
Five After Effects expressions (codes) to animate objects Bounce Effect Wiggle Effect Squash and Stretch Motion Tail Timer Up or Down
Without light, there is no photography. The three most important qualities of light for photographers: brightness, color, and contrast. In this video, you will find out exactly how contrast works. You’ll learn how different types of light can create high-contrast or low-contrast images, and how you can change your light sources to get the results you want.
A side by side demonstration of how shutter speed affects exposing a fast motion
Gather your data What are you using your video for? Write your script Make your infographic video Share it
We had bar charts in late 1700s!
The best way to learn geography is to fly around the world like a superman
The science of your head and VR!
A good overview of the history and development of VR
It’s a brave private experiment! Nature is wonderful!
Emotional response rhythm in editing = “time + energy + movement, shaped by timing, pacing and trajectory phrasing” for the purpose of creating cycles of tension and release Knowledge embodiment = connect yourself to the movement Continual eye movement is not often best: smooth attention vs movement phrasing (rhythm) Kinesthetic imagination – let the audience imagine the in-betweens