How to create slow motion video on your iPhone featured image
iPhones have gotten really good at making slow-motion videos. This guide will help you shoot your own slow-mo videos on your iPhone.
How to make a video slow motion featured image
There are many ways to slow down your video; we'll show you how to make your videos slow motion using video editing software.
How to mask in Photoshop featured image
Photoshop has many tools to help you flex your creativity. One of those tools is the masking tool. Here's how to start masking in Photoshop.
Tonal range guide feature image
Tonal range is an important tool for all videographers. With it, we have the means to capture the full richness of a shot.
On the most basic level, video editing is combining multiple video clips into a single clip. However, a good edit goes deeper than that. A skilled video editor combines video clips to communicate important information and evoke emotions in viewers. By the end of this video, you will be...
Native effects in Adobe Premiere Pro
There are many effects in Adobe Premiere Pro. To make the best edits possible on your videos, it's best to know what's available to you.
If you're wondering how to read a histogram to ensure you expose your video or image perfectly, you've come to the right place.
A beginner's guide to the art of film burn open art
Once you understand the concept of light exposure and how it creates film burns, you can incorporate it into your own work.
Adobe Media Encoder
If you've exported video within the Creative Cloud, chances are you have interacted with the Adobe Media Encoder, but how does it work?
Shotcut is a free, open source, cross-platform video editing program available for Windows, Mac and Linux. In this article, we will show you how to use the program to create dynamic transitions to enhance your video content. System requirements   Shotcut supports a wide range of video formats in resolutions up...