I have a new online class on Creative Video Compositing with Photoshop that was published recently at lynda.com. The video capabilities in Photoshop were significantly improved in Photoshop CS6 and once I realized that, in addition to basic video editing, I could also add the element of motion to my composites, I began to eagerly push the limits to find out just how far I could go with video composites in Photoshop. The answer? A lot farther than I thought I could!
The video above is a short, behind the scenes look at the evolution of one of the composites in the course that you get to build from the ground up. Here's a short intro video that tells more about the entire course:
If you're not familiar with lynda.com, they are one of the leading providers of online training, with courses on a wide range of subjects. And if you've never given them a try, they are definitely worth checking out! Here's a link to get 7 days of free unlimited access to lynda.com. where you can sample anything in their extensive and always expanding Online Training Library.
Win a Workshop in Iceland!
If you haven't already entered to win a seat on my October Iceland workshop, be sure to do it soon! The contest ends in a few days on March 5th. Click here to enter. We'll be photographing the magical northern lights in Iceland for this workshop, as well as the many magnificent landscapes in that beautiful country.
I just returned from a week there, where I presented some Lightroom and Photoshop seminars, and also spent three and a half days doing location scouting for the October workshop. I'll have more details and images to share in a few days.