In our 10th and final class in my free Premiere Pro Introduction class, we talk about exporting our projects.
In Lesson 9 of our 10 free lessons in Premiere Pro we learn about title layers. Before we dig into to titles I explain some of the Limitations of the titles in Premiere Pro and what you can expect to create.
Recently I did another projected for Flip11Creative.
This was the process of creating the original 3D screen fly through however it was changed through the production process and those changes can be seen here as well
Special thanks to Flip11Creative for letting me post this.
Setting up Projects
Learn how to set up projects
Learn about scratch disks
Understand project Settings
Screen replacements using Mocha. I had actually finished these hours before I left for Thailand, however never posted my process on them.
I was given the raw 6k footage from a red Dragon via USB drive and tracked each of the screens using Boris Mocha. For a scene or two where we had a finger covering the image, I had to separately track that out.
Tour of my 4k rig.
Recently I’ve been shooting a lot of different projects from stock video, to events, corporate videos and interviews and some personal projects and I’ve had people ask me about my setup.
In this post, I’ll be giving you a tour of one of my common rig configurations.
Keyframes are an animation fundamental. If you are new to animating. or to keyframes this lesson is for you. In this lesson we explore what keyframes are, and how to start using them in Apple Motion to create compelling motion graphics
I recently traveled to Thailand and Shanghai for a bit of filming and location scouting for some projects. When preparing for the trip I realized I needed a travel tripod that I could comfortably walk around with all day and set up for some time-lapse photography.
If you’re like me chances are you are always taking photos of videos of different things/events/ people for script/story ideas. maybe you like the way a certain street is laid out or the light is hitting through a stained glass window. Whatever the situation, chances are you are not always carrying a whole film rig with you, but instead carrying a cellphone.
I know what your thinking- “Is he seriously saying that we can get decent results putting together edited pieces from a cellphone?”
To answer your question, here’s a piece that I shot with an iPhone 6+ and was put together and edited by Kenneth Kornacki of Kenko here in Milwaukee, WI
Filming in Thailand
Recently I decided to take a trip to Thailand and Shanghai. Most of it was for scouting locations and also to build some footage for my reel. I knew I wanted to have high quality footage and wanted to be able to shoot in 4k as well as stills. Lastly I knew there would be times that I wouldn’t have access to power so having batteries and different power options would be very important. In this post I’ll be talking about what I brought, why I brought it, as well as what I didn’t bring. lastly Ill be talking about my challenges when filming in these locations.