BEST INVISIBLE BOX Challenge EVER – Premiere Pro Tutorial

BEST INVISIBLE BOX Challenge EVER – Premiere Pro Tutorial


So there’s this new internet challenge
called the invisible box challenge. And the idea is that there is this
invisible box on the ground… …that you put your foot onto it
and you kinda walk over it. It’s really cool though. Now, Yannick was saying to me that he was
pro at this trick. So, let’s check it out. -Yannick, Are you ready? -I’m ready. -You’re going to do the invisible
box challenge like a pro. Alright, guys, let’s check it out. -Jordy, look what I can do! Whatup guys, Jordy here
for cinecom.net… …and welcome to the first Copy Cat of 2018. This is the first of 52 episodes… …where we breakdown the effect or technique
from a popular film or music clip. Today we’ll be having a look at
the invisible box challenge. A new internet hype that is
for once not stupid, like the cinnamon or choking challenges
we had before. In fact, I love the invisible
box challenge! -Invisible box challenge. There’s a real box right here,
but it’s invisible. It’s not so easy though. And that’s why
we cheated with some editing tricks, and here’s how we did it. First of all, the filming. To make it a little bit more realistic, you wanna
walk around with your camera handheld. Film your subject in an empty space. This is exactly what magicians do too. They might say that there’s nothing
up their sleeves, but in reality… …they’re just making you confused. Now while you’re filming your subject, you also wanna point your camera
to someone or something else. I pointed it to myself, as it seems like
I was talking to the camera. But that was all put in scene
to cover up the magic. Because I needed a swipe
back to my subject. After that swipe I put my camera
into a tripod. This right here is the Benro Aero 7,
which is a great tripod… …and we actually have a dedicated
video about it… …which you can find a link to
in the description below. With having my camera
on the tripod, I also make that same swipe movement
again to Yannick, who’s wearing an awesome jacket. And now the magic trick begins. Yannick has to stay on his point, so I’m laying some bricks in front of him
in the form of a little stair. Then I move back out of the frame
and let the camera roll while Yannick performs his magic walk. Don’t touch the camera yet, keep it rolling while you move everything
away out of your frame. You wanna have an empty shot as well,
which we’re going to need inside Premiere Pro. Hey guys, I wanna take a brief moment to talk about
our brand new class on Skillshare, which is Adobe Premiere Pro
2018 for beginners. It’s the fifth generation Adobe Premiere Pro
class that we have created, and that means that we have
tweaked it so much… …that it gives you the best learning curve
to start editing with Adobe Premiere Pro. And the reactions that we’ve been
getting so far have been amazing. Even Skillshare featured this class
under the Creative category, so that definitely means something. By the way, guys, if you sign up
through Skillshare… …by following the first link
in the description below, you can actually get the first three months
for only 99 cents. And by that, you not only
have access to our class, but also to all the other classes
on Skillshare as well. And by the way, we also have
a DSLR course… …and a Lumetri color grading course
on Skillshare as well. So, definitely make sure
to check that out. Now let’s take all the great footage
that we’ve just shot… …and swing that into Adobe
Premiere Pro. We have a shot of me
talking to the camera, which swipes away. A pure transition shot on the tripod,
a shot of Yannick walking up the bricks… …and a completely empty shot. We’ll first drag the clip of Yannick
to video channel 2. With the clip selected, I head over
to the Opacity property and click on the Pen tool to create a mask. Around the bricks I then draw a mask. And first you can do this very rough. Once your mask is done you wanna go into its settings and
decrease the feather to around 5. Also enable Inverted, which will leave
a black hole where the bricks were. And now what I’ll do is drag the empty
shot onto video layer 1. And this layer will reveal itself
through that hole, but because the bottom layer
is exactly the same but empty, it seems like we’ve magically
poofed away the bricks. Now, we’ve drawn that mask roughly, meaning
we’ll see it overlapping with Yannick’s foot. So the next thing we’ll have to do
is animate the mask Path. Enable the animation toggle for that property,
which will create a keyframe. Then adjust your mask over time so that it flows with the movement
of Yannick’s foot. And this is something you have to do because
we’ve been filming from above, meaning we have some perspective. Once that is done, your magic trick
should already work, but some people might not believe you
because of the shadows down here. We’re using an empty space to fill in
the mask, which didn’t had any shadows. -Jordy, look what I can do! -Ok, now you’re just exaggerating, Yannick! To bring back the shadows I first
wanna clean out the hard mask… …which we created first. For that I take the empty shot
and place it on layer 3. I click on the circle under the opacity
to create a rounded mask. You wanna change its position and size
to cover up where the bricks where. Then from the mask properties
increase the feather, which is going to make that
first mask less visible. Then for the last step, I’m placing Yannick’s
clip on channel number 4. Here I also navigate to the opacity property
and click on the circle mask. This one I’ll reposition underneath
the shadow of the bricks. And this means that we’re not showing
the shadow of the bricks, only the shadow of Yannick walking
over those bricks. And that’s all there is to it. The final steps are to match this shot
with the previous handheld shots. So I’m going to select everything in my timeline,
right click and choose Nest. This will group all of those
layers together. Before that clip, I insert my shot where
I was talking to the camera. I trim this clip right on the point where
I’m fastly swiping my camera. Then I cut to the shot we took
of swiping on the tripod. This is just a small piece, but will
connect the two shots around it. Looking at the result, it somehow
works, but not exactly. We went from a handheld shot
to an instant tripod shot. So what I’ll do next is head into
my effects library… …and navigate to the Fake
Handheld Movement folder. This is actually a preset pack
that we’ve created ourselves, it’s free and you can find a download link
to it in the description below. Now, drag any type of handheld motion
you want onto the nested sequence. This already looks a lot better,
but there’s one last thing missing. We’re still going too sudden from
a swipe to the tripod shot. So I’m going to go into
the effects controls, locate the Transform effect, which has been
applied through the presets. I’m moving the clip to the left through the
anchor point property of that effect. I create a keyframe for that value
in the beginning of the clip and then I move a couple of frames forward
and move the position of the clips… …through the anchor point to the
other side of the canvas. One more time, a couple of frames forward
and now I reset the anchor point value, which will automatically create a keyframe. This adds a little bump into the shot,
making that swipe appear more natural. And that, my friends, is how you
can impress your friends… …with the ultimate invisible box challenge. Thank you guys so much for watching.
If you want to see us every week, make sure to hit that subscribe
button down bellow. But now it’s time to go inside, because
it is cold outside. And by the way, stay creative! -Yannick! Where have you put that invisible box? Seriously dude, It’s not funny
if I would trip over it! Where did you put it? Yannick, seriously dude, come on. See? I tripped over it! What are these bricks doing
here, by the way? Where is that invisible box?

Cambiar objetos de blanco a negro en Photoshop

Cambiar objetos de blanco a negro en Photoshop


sí [Música] y hola bienvenido bienvenida nuevamente a tu canal una de las técnicas más buscadas en photoshop es cómo cambiar el color de los objetos la mayoría de las técnicas funciona perfecto sin embargo cuando se trata de cambiar de blanco a negro el asunto bueno es otra cosa en este vídeo te voy a mostrar una técnica profesional para hacerlo de manera correcta y fácil así que si quieres aprender un poquito más quédate hasta el final del vídeo a continuación te voy a mostrar algunos métodos convencionales y la razón por la cual estos no sirven en este tipo de imágenes intentemos cambiar el color de este auto a negro hacemos una selección del auto y añadimos una capa de ajuste de tono saturación vemos que los ajustes de tono y saturación no funcionan en esta imagen ya que el blanco carece de tonalidad modifiquemos entonces la luminosidad como ves el comando tampoco funciona aquí se pierden los reflejos y los brillos del objeto incluso si optáramos por este ajuste e intentáramos aplicar un modo de fusión tampoco lograríamos el efecto otra alternativa es usar una capa de ajuste de mezclador de canales y aplicar a esta capa sube exposición lineal pero no nos engañemos observa todo el detalle que se pierde en esta zona el comando aplicar imagen es el fundamento para esta técnica se trata de lo siguiente tenemos aquí esta foto con estas dimensiones por este lado tenemos esta fotografía con el mismo tamaño y resolución de la foto anterior duplicamos la capa fondo vamos al menú imagen aplicar imagen en este cuadro de diálogo podemos seleccionar cualquiera de los canales de la imagen y aplicar un modo de fusión dejemos el canal rojo y la mezcla en modo normal clic en ok hasta aquí no hay mucha ciencia el mismo efecto podríamos haberlo logrado copiando y pegando el canal rojo como una nueva capa pero espera volvamos a aplicar el comando pero esta vez en origen seleccionamos el otro archivo que está abierto podemos seleccionar cualquiera de los canales y un modo de fusión esto igualmente se puede lograr copiando y pegando pero la diferencia es que mediante aplicar imagen conservamos la posición exacta de los píxeles de toda la imagen la técnica consiste en trabajar con dos archivos mejor dicho dos versiones de la misma imagen una nrg be y otra en cmd y combinar estas versiones desde el menú imagen activamos duplicar nombramos la copia y ok se abre la copia en una nueva ventana vamos a convertir ese copiada se me llega pero no de la manera tradicional desde el menú edición activamos convertir en perfil se me llega y el perfil seleccionamos cmg acá personalizado activamos máxima generación de negro clic en ok y ok lo que acabamos de hacer fue convertir acm llega generando un canal de negro muy intenso solo por claridad de la explicación mira cómo quedaría el archivo convertido acm llegada con el método tradicional regresamos a nuestro documento rgb original duplicamos la capa de fondo con la capa seleccionada vamos a imagen aplicar imagen seleccionamos el documento cmlk escogemos el canal negro y modo de fusión multiplicar clic en ok vamos a crear una máscara de capa esto es antes y después a esta capa le aplicamos el modo de fusión multiplicar bien ya estamos logrando oscurecer nuestro auto conservando los brillos dupliquemos nuevamente la capa a esta nueva capa aplicamos sube exposición lineal como toque final creamos una nueva capa de tono saturación y reducimos la saturación y la luminosidad este auto parece tener pintura mate vamos a recuperar parte de las luces damos doble clic sobre la capa de ajuste y movemos los deslizadores de funcionar sí bueno eso es todo por hoy espero que puedas aplicar esta técnica en tus proyectos espero tus comentarios espero tus me gusta ayúdame a crecer este canal suscríbete y por favor comparte hasta pronto

Drones With A Camera – 7 Drone Photography Ideas!

Drones With A Camera – 7 Drone Photography Ideas!


what’s going on there my friend Ricky
Borrows here. Today we’re gonna talk about drone photography ideas, for drones that
have a camera on them. Now most it’s not all drones have cameras on them, and you don’t have to have a certain level of skill in order to take some really cool
pictures. Both of these drones are a product of DJI. This is the Phantom 4 Pro
and this is the Spark. So your first drone photography idea is to create
illusions with your drone. So the way that you accomplish this is by taking
either one of these drones and having them point straight down at a tennis
court. Move your subject in a position that makes him grab on to the lines of
the tennis court and positioning his feet and arms in such
a way so that it looks like he is falling. These kind of photos are just
great for social media: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, etc. People go crazy over
this kind of stuff. It’s something that’s so simple, that you can do right
off the bat. So the second drone photography idea, that you can take with
either one of these drones is by flying in a manner so that you can get a
bird’s eye view. The dronie technique is one of the most popular ways of doing
this. The third drone photography idea, that
you can do, is by reversing the footage and by playing it fast. The fourth drone photography idea is by
putting your unique photography skills into play. You’re always telling a story
you’re always getting people to see, you’re always inviting people into your
world. You’re saying to them this is how I view life. This is how I
want you to experience my world and a drone can give you that perspective
that nobody else has been able to see before.
Number five drone photography idea one of my favorites is the 360 degree
panoramic view is also known as the little planet!
“Tap the camera settings, the camera logo, scroll down until you see the pano button and
then select sphere. Tap the camera button to take the picture and review the
footage by scrolling down and selecting a little orb in the bottom left-hand
corner. Once you export the image it’s going to look like a flat 360-degree
view, so what you have to do is download Theta App and what Theta does is that it
blends the images and it makes it look like a sphere, or like a little planet. So
you have to select the “little planet” feature and then it’ll change it right
over to a little planet. I do apologize that you can’t see the
controls for this app because as I was screen recording this app on my phone and it
somehow blocked all the controls to it. But it’s very simple
straightforward, you select little planet and you can save to camera roll or share
it straight to social media. Number six drone photography idea is to
research other drone pilots and their YouTube channels and their blog posts
and to see what are they doing differently. What
are they doing that’s catching your eye? How can I make a better photo or how
can I make a better video out of it? Which brings me
to number 7 had to think about that number 7 is to use Google Earth and so
there you have it drone photography ideas so you can use
for drones that have a camera on them. The Phantom 4 Pro actually has a
full-frame camera so you can get more detail, you can take better pictures with
it. The DJI spark is convenient you could carry it and place it and take off we’re
you like. The difference between the two and how one’s a
little bit bigger than the other one which makes it a little bit easier to
carry this one around but the quality is definitely in the Phantom 4 Pro
versus spark. This one also gives you more time in the air so it’s about 30
minutes in the air and your Spark is about 12 minutes in the air. They real
simply go the same speed except for this one goes just a little bit faster at about
40 45 miles an hour this one’s about 30 33 miles an hour.
Your Phantom 4 Pro is also at 60 frames a second at 4k and your DGI spark is
1080p at 30 frames to 30 frames per second and I gotta say both of them are
very very impressive. I know that you’ll pick the drone and it has
the right camera for you. So if you’d like to add more value to this video.
I’ll hit the like button hit the subscribe button hit that bell
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below what’s your favorite. Drone Photography Ideas if you know another
drone photography idea that wasn’t mentioned in this one go ahead and leave
a comment below thanks for watching and I’ll see you on the next video!

Landscape Photography Printing & Channel Name Change.

Landscape Photography Printing & Channel Name Change.


– Morning everyone. And it can be a coffee
first thing in the morning to get you up and going. So we’ll see. Now Rappor, two pounds, 99. Eh, Not quite the same as what
some of our American friends would drink, but, it does the job. Now I’ve made some changes to the channel, as you’ve probably seen. And I’ve been thinking
about it for quite a while where I had the channel
name ‘Renegade Scot’. And a lot of people have asked
where I got that name from. And it just, it matched
my initials, Ray Smith. Renegade Scot. It was just on the cuff. I thought about it for about half an hour. And picked the name. But for some reason I actually think that, I think it’s, how can I explain this? It’s a bit maybe abrasive. Or has negative connotations. There’s just something about it I’m not particularly keen on now. And more so now that the
channel’s kind of developing. And I’m not doing the, you know, some photography and the hill walking and things like that. And the majority of the time I do try and get onto the summits of hills. So I thought I would do
a channel name change called Pinnacle. ehhh, Pinnacle, pinnacle. Pinnacle Capture. What a roaster. An absolute roaster. Yeah, it’s early in the morning. Yeah, I thought I’d change
the name to Pinnacle Capture. And just, I’ve thought it maybe matched what I do more, and it was
more applicable to the channel. Now I’ve also went and got a new toy. Actually went and got a new printer. So we’re gonna head up
and I’ll show you it. And I’ll explain why I got it. And yeah. Just wanna have my coffee. And try and let my, my head settle. And then we’ll have a little bit of a chat up in the office shall we call it. So I’m just back from the post office. I was sending off some
paper, profile prints, I’ve done for the new printer. Which is a Canon Pro 10. And I was getting it calibrated
with a paper company. They’re basically called
Paper Spectrum in the UK. And they’re actually
quite reasonably priced for some of their papers that they supply. So I thought I would give them a go. And it was on a recommendation
from another YouTuber, Alistair Mann, that I know. So I thought I’d give them a go. And I was posting them there Now the thing is whilst at the post office, and I’m gonna go off on a rant, I handed a box in as well that was getting returned to Amazon. It was something I was trying. And it was crap so I
decided to send it back. And you get QR code. You take it to a delivery office. And they’ll scan it. So I handed the box to the
guy behind the counter. And he prints a label off, and then hands the box
and the label back to me. And I’m looking at him, and I’m like, yes, and what am I meant to do with this? And he goes, well stick the label on it. Is it just me or is the world, why couldn’t he when he
printed off the label just peel off the label
and stick it on the box and take it? Yeah, I think I’m turning into, or the wife says I’m
turning into Victor Meldrew. And if you don’t know
who Victor Meldrew is I’ll put a bit up just
now to give you an idea. – What in the name of bloody hell? (audience laughing) I do not believe it. In the name of sanity. I do. That’s it, that’s just
about the absolute limit of all bloody time. (audience laughing) I mean what was he, hello. Yes, I’d like to speak
to the manager please and be quick about it. Meldrew. No he doesn’t but he bloody will shortly. (audience laughing) – Yeah, so whilst I had
my Victor Meldrew head on, I was thinking about a
comment that was made on a well-known photographers channel in response to a statement I’d made. And it was this one here. Where this gentleman, yeah,
I think it was a gentleman, says a bum licker (laughing). Oh, wows. Bum licker. Yeah, up here in Scotland. Yeah, arse licker. Somebody is an arse licker. Sucking up to somebody else. Some of the statements you get at times or some of the comments are
just absolutely brilliant. Now, I will comment on other people’s
films because I enjoy them or I appreciate what they’ve done or the work that they’ve
put into making them. Some of these people have done
really well for themselves. And I have nothing but respect for that. It’s so hard to make YouTube films and do well in this genre. I realize, anybody that’s tried it. And talking to people trying it, this person hasn’t done one film. But it’s, yeah. That’s just the way it is,
and I put up a comment. They also made a statement, trying to do some wild
camping instead of bottling it. Well if you look at past films of mine, I’ve done one or two, I think they may be talking about my last one there. In the Cairngorms where I
didn’t go in the summit. But for me, wild camping should have been an enjoyable experience where you’re actually getting
to see the scenery around you. I don’t like camping in
the cloud and bad weather. Zipped up in a tent for
eight, nine, 10 hours. Nah, don’t fancy that at all. I want to be able to enjoy the experience. So if the weather’s bad
or I’m not comfortable or don’t feel safe with what I’m doing, then I wouldn’t do it. So like it or lump it, that’s, that’s the way it is. So I’m gonna have a
chat about this printer and a few other things. And shrug off the Victor Meldrew head. So as I see it, yes, I got a printer now. When I was looking at a price
of some of these printers, my god they’re expensive. The Pro 10 I thinks coming
in around five to 600 pounds. The Pro 1000, that’s about 1,000 pounds. So they’re not cheap. And then you have the inks and everything that goes with it. So I thought I would look on ‘Gumtree’ and I was really lucky to see a guy up by Aberdeen that was
selling a used Pro 10, complete with some inks. And I got it for 250 pounds. And I was really really lucky as well that he was traveling down to Edinburgh and he actually come down with it and dropped it off. Let me see it. So I’ve been setting it up and using it. And to top it off it actually
come with two full sets of inks as well. Absolutely fantastic. So I went and got some papers. And I’ve been just
printing off a few images. Just stuff that I’ve captured in the past. Images like this one in Dunbar. And just mucking about
with it shall we say. But I did get some quite expensive paper. You have Baryta and Luster and, stuff like that that people go on about. All of these, all those channels. And, yeah, absolutely amazing. I love the shot of Glen Coe of the Bookle and the detail in that
is absolutely immense. Now I’ve got this on,
yeah, Silk Baryta, 310 GSM. And that’s a lovely image. And this is also a black
and white I’ve done which is on a slightly whiter paper. And that’s of a tree in Glen, Glen Coe. In the Cairngorms. And this is that’s the
Baryta Fine Art, 300 GSM. And yeah, really enjoying it. Actually seeing my images printed. And one of the other
reasons of why to do it was because I’ve done a lot
of editing of these images on Photoshop and I was
concerned that when I printed what was it gonna look like. And I was thinking about using
an external printing company such as Loxely. And I was a bit worried that
when I would spend that money, when they’d come back, you know, there’d be defects in the images because of editing I’d done that I hadn’t actually
caught at the time. But so far all the images are coming out really, really nice. Now the one of the Bookle I will say is I ordered a big
print of it to get done. And that through Loxely and
has been framed as well. A special January offer on. And it’s a big print. And it’s gonna be about 36 inches wide, just out of pure curiosity to see what it would look like. And I might actually use it for, might use it for a charity thing. Or I might also, yeah, some time in the future
maybe use it as a giveaway. Not sure. So I’m really enjoying the printing and the learning process. But that’s the thing with
this landscape photography is it’s a bit like an apprenticeship where you’re learning
lots of different things. You’re learning the basic techniques. You’re learning about lenses. And you’re learning about editing. And then, learning about
printing is just another, it’s like another module
in your apprenticeship. And it’s just a
massive learning curve. And I’ve said before, I have a notepad here. And it’s just note after note after note after note of how to do stuff. Be it the editing films. You know, edit the photos. Just everything. It’s just a massive learning curve. But I enjoy it. And I hope that maybe some
time in the near future I might have a website. Maybe sell the prints. If anybody was ever
interested let me know. And yeah, just enjoying
the whole experience of it. So it’s been a bit of a rant today. And I also know that
the footage is horrific. I’m using a GoPro and
it’s terrible for this. I’m thinking about getting a Canon EOS M50 to do a lot of filming like this. And play about with it. And I think it will also
give me the chance to see the good sides or what
people like in Canon in regards to the autofocus and colours. So it’ll let me compare my experiences between the GoPro, the Sony,
the Nikon, and yeah, the Canon. And just see how they all kind of compare. So that’s it for this short vlog. Thank you very much for watching. I hope it’s been of interest as always. Until the next time, take care. 🙂

3 Tips for Long Exposure Photography | Digital Cameras

3 Tips for Long Exposure Photography | Digital Cameras


A really popular form of photography is long
exposure photography, which is really great for night scenes, for just kind of pulling
out detail that the normal eye, your physical eye wouldn’t ordinarily see. This is something that you’re going to need
a tripod for if you want to attempt. Here’s an example of one that I shot. This is in Hoboken, looking out at a dock
with seagulls. And the reason I did this as a long exposure,
other than the fact that it was a night time shot, was to kind of give a very soft appearance
to the waves in the water. If you extend out your shutter speed, really
interesting things start to happen. This one, in particular happens to be an eight
second exposure, so it gave it just enough time for the water that was slowly coming
in, just to smooth out and have a really nice sort of cottony flow. It’s also really popular with photographs
of highways or street scenes, to get those long streaks of light. It’s important also to remember, you know,
with a photo like this, that if you’re doing a long exposure, you’re going to need to compensate
both your ISO and/or your aperture to make up for the fact that you’re letting a lot
of light in over a long period of time. Mine was for eight seconds, but there’s no
reason you couldn’t do a 30 second exposure, a one minute exposure, a one hour exposure. Let’s say you were going to attempt a one
hour exposure, you’d probably want a really, really high F-stop with a really tiny opening
just to control that light as it comes in and maybe a low ISO. It’s all about that equation just keeping
everything balanced. But you know at night time it’s really easy
to do that because there’s not a lot of light you’re working with to begin with. As long as you have something to stabilize
your camera with, it’s really easy to try and there’s a lot of creativity that you can
get into if you do decide to give it a try. And those are just the basics of long exposure
photography.

5 Tips for an EPIC SPORT VIDEO

5 Tips for an EPIC SPORT VIDEO


Well, hello there! Aren’t you looking beautiful today? Welcome to the first episode
of 2018! [Music] Whatup guys! Jordy here for cinecom.net
and today is Creative Tuesday, this is the series where we share creative tips
and tricks to help you make better videos. Today we are at Basketball Sensation,
a basketball event, and I have 5 tips for you, to film
a sports event. So, let’s swing into it! Sport is about action, a lot of
movement from the players… …so it’s a good idea to increase
the speed of the shutter. This has various effects. First of all, we are reducing
the motion blur. Since the players move around so fast,
there’s a lot of motion blur. Sometimes too much. So, that’s why we wanna reduce that by
increasing the speed of the shutter… …and thus making your shots
seem a bit sharper. The next reason is to create a harder
and a more realistic look. This definitely works well for
things like a boxing game. This was also done in many war films,
such as Saving Private Ryan. By having a faster shutter speed, the blood
and the explosions became sharper, thus the entire look of the film
was more grungy. I can also suggest to shoot at a higher frame
rate if you’re camera can do that. Slow motion emphasizes detail, which is great to attract interest to a certain
movement from a player. Now, slow motion doesn’t always
have to be applied on action. It sure is cool, but it can also be used
to emphasize an emotion. Just the look of a defeated player
can be so strong in slow motion. But make sure that you are also
adjusting your shutter speed here… …if you would like to keep
that hard look. If you’re shooting at a higher frame rate, you
must also set your shutter speed faster. Now, I’ve got four more awesome tips
for you guys, but first… …let’s thank Rocketstock who is
sponsoring today’s episode. They’ve came out with a brand new
pack called Fume, which is a collection of more than
150 smoke and fog effects, which you can use in any editing software
to add a great dynamic depth to your films. And you can even use this for
sports games as well. There might be some creative scenes, like here
where the players are being introduced. I added a bit of smoke in postproduction,
which came out great. Now you can find out more about this
video pack by following the first link… …in the description below. Tip number 2, your sports video
is probably not about the sport. It’s all about the event, all the activities
there, the people. Make sure to get enough shots of the fans,
the coaches, the sponsors… …who are very important, the dancers, if there are any, etcetera. What I would suggest is to talk to the
organization first and ask them… What is important to you and
who here present is important? It’s better to have too much shots
than not enough. My client asked me to shoot these interviews
of some important people. I couldn’t directly see how I would
implement that in the edit, but maybe we can use a small part from it
or use it in a separate video. It means a lot to the organization and you
will get appreciated for that. Tip number 3: get into the action. Don’t just pick a seat between the audience
and shoot the rest of the evening from there. Get as close as you can
to the action. And that way, you’re involving your
audience a lot more into the game. Now, close ups are great,
they show detail. But you have to zoom in for that, meaning that
you’re filming again from a distance. Try to shoot many wide shots as well. That way the audience can really
relive that great day again. Also change your position often,
it makes your edit a lot more dynamic… …if you have many variations
in camera position. Now, sometimes it’s not that convenient
to get so close to the action. What you can then do is put some shots
in scene before or after the game. This allows you to go
on the field and… …you might be able to use those shots
in between or as a great intro. Tip number 4: highlights. These
are different for every sport. For a soccer game, the highlights are the goals
because there just aren’t so many. At a basketball game, goals
are made all the time… …so the highlights could be something
different that doesn’t happen so much, for example, a dunk. So, try everything you can
to get your highlights. And that might require you to setup
a second fixed camera on the goal, or taking some time to wait for
your highlight to happen. Now, when I’m filming, I’m constantly
looking around… …to see where I need to run to
or what my angle should be. This is so that I don’t miss my highlight
and also… …that I don’t bump into any players because
I’m standing so close to the field. I would also suggest not to do anything
too crazy with your camera movement. If it failed, you also missed
your highlight. Keep your creative camera movements for
the rest of the event, which is my last tip. Sport games are fun and full of action, so
make sure that your videos show that as well. Be creative with camera movement. You know, film handheld or use
a gimbal or steadycam. This way you’re much more mobile and
you can spin your camera around. This is also great for
camera transitions, where you make a certain movement
on the end of a shot… …and continue that movement on the
beginning of your second shot. Connecting these two together
creates stunning transitions. You can also go for transitions in post
production, or other visual effects. Just make sure that you don’t exaggerate. Avoid having your video look like a 90’s
Powerpoint presentation. If you shoot slow motion, definitely play
around with the speed ramping. This means that you’re speeding up and
slowing down specific parts in your edit. And if you would like to see how
to do that inside Premiere Pro, you can actually follow the card up there
for a dedicated tutorial. Now, the edit of the sport video
is not done yet, but when it is we’ll add it to the
blog post of this video… …which you can also find a link to
in the description below. Thank you all so much
for watching, and stay creative!

Pixlr Editor: foto bijsnijden

Pixlr Editor: foto bijsnijden


met het online programma pixlr editor kunt u foto’s bewerken een van de meest gebruikte handelingen is een foto bijsnijden klik op de site van pixlr editor op open afbeelding van computer en selecteer de afbeelding die u wilt bewerken klik daarna op openen klik links in de gereedschappen balk op het uit snijgereedschap soms is dit gereedschap al geselecteerd boven de foto staan de bijbehorende in stijl opties klik achter beperking op het uitklapmenu wij kiezen nu voor beeldverhouding stel de breedte en hoogte in om voor de uitsnede het standaard fotoformaat 10 bij 15 centimeter te gebruiken vul bij breedte het getal 15 in en vul bij hoogte het getal 10 in in ons voorbeeld heeft de foto en liggend formaat gebruik ze in staat formaat vul dan bij breedte 10 en bij hoogte 15 in klik nu ergens linksboven in de foto houd de linkermuisknop ingedrukt en sleep de muisaanwijzer naar rechtsonder laat dan de muisknop los om de uitsnede te tonen verschijnt een raster met in elke hoek een blauw vierkant je versleep het raster over de foto om de gewenste uitsnede te maken de grootte van het raster kan uit nu nog worden aangepast klik daarvoor op een van de blauwe vierkantjes houd de muisknop ingedrukt en beweeg naar binnen of buiten laat de muisknop weer los is de uitsnede naar uw zin dubbelklik dan op een willekeurige plek binnen het raster sla de foto vervolgens op via bestand en bewaren klik in het nieuwe venster op oké kies nu de map waarin u de foto wilt opslaan op de computer verander ook de bestandsnaam van de afbeelding anders wordt uw originele foto overschreven klik vervolgens op opslaan

Editing Magic: Make Yourself GIANT with Premiere Pro

Editing Magic: Make Yourself GIANT with Premiere Pro


[Music] It’s Jordy here for cinecom.net
and welcome to Copy Cat Friday! This is the series where we break down the effects
or video techniques from a music clip or film. Today, however, we’re taking a look
at Youtube creator Kevin Parry. He has made this fun video where it seems
like he lives like a giant in his house. He also explains how he did it… …and you can find that original video
in the description below. And today we’re having big
support by Rocketstock. We’ve been using their
transition pack Prism… …for a little while now and
it’s been absolutely amazing. I love to use these drag and drop
elements on promotional videos, after movies or music clips. They add a great dynamic to your project and can be used in any professional
video editor, just like Premiere Pro. Definitely make sure to check it out,
you can do so by clicking the first link… …in the description below. Alright, let’s create some giants! First up we’ll create the giant
in his house. And this starts with a normal shot from
our garage port which is going open. Important is that you film
this from a tripod, as we’re going to composite
another shot into it. Next up, we took out a large carton box
in which Yannick the giant took place. To keep the lighting conditions the same, we
also placed this box in front of the garage. Very important is that we keep
the perspectives the same. Kevin placed a foil on his screen,
but you can also just use a water marker. Simply draw the perspective lines
of the garage on your monitor. Then when we switch back
to record mode, position that carton box so that
it fits within that size and perspective. Again, film from your tripod and then
take the two shots into Premiere Pro. Drag the shot of the garage port opening in your
timeline and head over to the opacity property. From here you wanna click on the
Pen tool to create a mask. Simply draw a mask around
the opening of the garage. When you’re done, you wanna click
on Invert, under the mask properties. At the point where the garage
opens and closes, you wanna animate
your mask with it. Enable the animation for
the Mask Path property and adjust your mask as the garage port opens
and after that also closes. Since we’re going to speed up the opening
of the gate, we’re going to nest this layer. Right click on the clip
and say Nest. Move the nested sequence
to track number 2 and… …drag the clip of yourself sitting in
the box underneath that on track 1. You might need to adjust the scaling and position
a tiny bit to get the clip right in place. If you notice that your
mask is too visible, you might wanna go back into
your mask properties and play around with the
expansion or feather. I’m going to take a duplication of the
nest by holding down my alt key… …and dragging it to the
channel above. You might wanna disable this
track as we’ll, as we’ll use it later. Then I cut the part where the garage
opens on the first nested sequence. It takes much longer than Yannick’s
movement, so from the Toolbox, take the Rate stretch tool and compress the
part where the gate opens to speed it up. You might wanna play this back and adjust
your speed percentage a couple of times to get it right. Do the same thing for when the garage closes
and that should leave you with this result. There’s probably one thing you notice and that is the part where
we’ve speeded up the clip. It doesn’t look so natural and that is
because of the surrounding. Clouds will move faster as well,
or wind through the leaves. And that’s why we’ve duplicated
this nested sequence. I’m going to enable that layer again and
draw a rough mask around the gate. From the properties you probably
wanna feather this a bunch… …and of course invert the mask. Now the surrounding stays
at normal speed, while only the gate goes open
and closes with a speed difference. When Yannick the giant comes to visit
the office, we did the exact same thing. To make it yourself easy, make sure to remove
anything that is hanging in front of the window. That way we can simply create
a rectangle mask like we’ve done with
the garage port. Now, it wasn’t important how the perspective
was with the second shot… …of Yannick standing close to the camera. What is important though is that
you retain the same focal length… …as with the shot
of the window. Do try to have a far distance background and
that the height of the camera kind of matches. To make it more realistic, I closed my aputure,
to increase the depth of field. Else the background would have
been too much out of focus. So after we brought everything inside Premiere
Pro we noticed that it wasn’t looking too natural. This was mainly because
of the lighting. Having such a giant standing in front of
your window, should create large shadows. So we took the shot of the window
again, and this time… …we had a large flag
to block the lighting. We tried to mimic the movement of Yannick,
so that the shadows would also match. And this already gave us
a much better result, but there’s still one thing missing
and that is a reflection in the window. But that is easily fixed. We filmed the oposite side
of the room, and it even works out better
if you have some lighting on. Then in Premiere Pro, I applied
a Horizontal Flip effect to it, so that it mirrors, because
that is what reflections do. Then position it behind the window and
perhaps scale or move it into the correct place. Window reflections sit in the distance and they
aren’t too sharp because of the double glass, so that’s why I’m going to apply
a Gaussian blur to it. Finally I decrease the opacity… …so that the reflection only
reveals itself a tiny bit and I would change the Blending Mode
to Linear Dodge, so that the lights would pop out better
and the darker areas get removed. And this way we have
a natural reflection. And that’s how you blow up yourself
and peek into buildings. Thanks for watching, and stay creative! Hey guys! I’ve got a special announcement,
because of the Holidays and all, we had to hire someone new
at the Cinecom Team. So, I would love you guys to meet
Justine, our new assistant. Here she is… Yannick! What the hell!
What are you doing with Justine? Get back to work!

Follow Me on a Photo Shoot! How I Take My Own Holiday Pictures! 📸

Follow Me on a Photo Shoot! How I Take My Own Holiday Pictures! 📸


With the holiday season just around the
corner, I know you guys are going to be taking a ton of photos with your family
or friends and hey maybe you want to spice things up into a bold burgundy lip
so I thought it’d be really fun for you guys to follow with me on a photo shoot
for the holiday season and I decided to vlog the entire thing using my new
iPhone 10s this baby is amazing I love it so much so I start off the day doing
my makeup and I decided to do something a little bit more festive with a
burgundy I’m at chained with my burgundy lips today I thought it’d be really fun
to switch things up and do a holiday makeup tutorial for you guys so I have
all of my makeup right here the first thing I like to do is to apply my
charlotte tilbury magic cream it’s a really nice thick moisturizer this is
one of my holy girl foundations that has never failed me it photographs
beautifully and has a matte finish the best concealer to cover up dark circles
is this one from Urban Decay for a flawless finish be sure to use a Beauty
Blender time to sweeten things up with a little
bit of bronzer and blush I love this one from Too Faced I find that with flash photos my
eyebrows sometimes get lost so I always end up filling them in a little bit
darker and in the sparse areas for my eyes I went with a dark burgundy orange
smokey eye for my lips I’m going to apply the NARS
power pigment liquids of Sikhism the color vain this stuff is extremely
potent it’s very very concentrated and opaque so that is my go to a holiday makeup
look so I really hope you guys enjoyed so today we’re shooting at the Fairmont
so here’s the room up here and I’m currently in the garden area just
exploring but honestly guys this area is stunning so I wanted to show you a
behind the scenes of a holiday shoot I’m doing here at the Fairmont so here is
the living room and I ran under and here is the beautiful balcony area tip one move all the furniture sometimes
you just have to rearrange your furniture I don’t know what the sorcery is but
it’s really hot today hey guys so we made it to our second location so we’re
currently at the Legion of Honor which is all the way out in Outer Sunset and
I’m just taking Brita here and we’re going to take some fun no hopefully
pictures teach my followers how to pose all the different poses yes show us all the poses oh yeah oh no
I’m men after that Scott came over and then we had a nice beautiful staycation
at the suite and we watched the sunset they decide to go find some fall leaves
it’s challenge in San Francisco because there aren’t too many maple trees or the
type of trees where the leaves change colors so drove down to Redwood City
found these beautiful red and orange trees and then there were these two cats
that kept following me as I was shooting and to be honest I am allergic to cats
the next day I was pretty much just like stuck in bed for a couple hours just
sneezing up a storm I mean I love cats they’re really cute but I just I can’t
guys so I hope you guys enjoy following along
with me on this photoshoot day it was so much fun it’s been such a while since
I’ve gotten together with a group of girls and just like had fun creating
content together be sure to comment down below and let me know what type of vlogs
you want to see from me I love you guys all so so much and big hug bye