It’s time to take your slow-motion footage to Adobe Premiere Pro. Matt Matkin goes over some beginner and advanced editing techniques to achieve smooth video.
0:00 - Introduction
0:23 - Creating and Organizing Your Project
1:23 - How Much Can You Slow Down Your Footage?
1:57 - Changing Speed the Beginner Way
2:58 - Time Remapping
4:25 - Speed Ramping
5:39 - Warp Stabilizer
7:21 - Interpreting Footage
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Want to learn how to shoot in slow motion? Follow along as Matt Matkin explains the ins and outs of slow-motion shooting and lets us know which settings to choose and which gear to use, along with many other useful suggestions.
0:00 - Introduction
0:19 - Settings (Including Frames Per Second)
1:24 - What to Shoot
2:14 - How to Shoot
3:42 - Smooth Footage, Handheld
Take a behind-the-scenes look at Mark Seliger's Oscar Photo Studio for Vanity Fair. For this photoshoot, Seliger focused on expression, emotion, and lighting. Join him as he describes the experience, from start to finish!
0:00 - About the Photo Studio
1:13 - The Photoshoot
4:20 - Next Year
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Canon EOS R8 and EOS R50 Mirrorless Cameras
The new releases include the EOS R8 and EOS R50 camera bodies in black and the
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