Monthly Archives: July 2016

Watch “Premiere Pro CC Tips And Tricks #2 – Naming Layers in The Timeline” on YouTube

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Watch “Premiere Pro CC Tips And Tricks #3 – Using The Pancake Timeline” on YouTube

16 Super-Educational Motion Design YouTube Channels

Whether you’re starting from scratch or honing your chops, here are 16 motion design YouTube channels loaded with vital tips, techniques, and lessons.

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Color Theory for Motion Design

The colors used in a project create an emotional response in viewers. Having a basic understanding of color theory can help you set the mood of a project.

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Editing as Punctuation: How ‘Punctuation Marks’ in Film Have Innovated Storytelling

“The whole eloquence of cinema is achieved in the editing room.” – Orson Welles

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The Art of Editing in The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly on Vimeo

 

The Mathematical Editing of Sergio Leone’s ‘The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly’

Unless you’re watching a film critically, it’s easy to get swept away by the story. Even then, it’s difficult to pick up on the many storytelling devices and techniques utilized in films, like costuming, blocking, and editing, which means there’s a possibility of missing the stories within the story. Max Tohline has shared an interesting examination into the editing of the “Trio” scene from Sergio Leone’s 1967 spaghetti western The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, revealing mathematical patterns and images of thought that open up and enrich the narrative. Continue on for the video:

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Stages of Editing

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ART OF THE CUT with the editing team of “Star Trek Beyond”

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