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How to Make Really Good Thumbnails on YouTube – Photoshop Tutorial

PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/KriscoartProductions Today I show how I make my thumbnails and I create a fake 3d effect that make your elements pop. INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/kriscoart TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kriscoart FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/kriscoartproductions Interested in getting After Effects CC? Buy it here: https://goo.gl/eNop8t MUSIC BY: Joey Pecoraro https://soundcloud.com/joeypecoraro ⬇ MY GEAR ⬇ CAMERAS: Sony a7s https://goo.gl/VSPhm9 Sony a7s II https://goo.gl/zxlsFk LENSES: Sony 24-70mm https://goo.gl/HqZeYQ Sony 55mm https://goo.gl/yIDfFn Tamron 70-200mm https://goo.gl/b5eGnD Tamron 15-30mm https://goo.gl/tZCYyB Edited in Premiere CC https://goo.gl/eNop8t For business inquiries please contact me here: create@kriscoart.com Thank you for watching

Learn Adobe Photoshop – All the basics

Today we learn all the basics of Photoshop in just 40 minutes. PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/KriscoartProductions INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/kriscoart TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kriscoart FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/kriscoartproductions Interested in getting Photoshop CC? Buy it here: https://goo.gl/eNop8t MUSIC BY: Artlist.io Use the link to sign up and support the channel: goo.gl/E9wW9a ⬇ MY GEAR ⬇ CAMERAS: Sony a7s https://goo.gl/VSPhm9 Sony a7s II https://goo.gl/zxlsFk LENSES: Sony 24-70mm https://goo.gl/HqZeYQ Sony 55mm https://goo.gl/yIDfFn Tamron 70-200mm https://goo.gl/b5eGnD Tamron 15-30mm https://goo.gl/tZCYyB Edited in Premiere CC https://goo.gl/eNop8t For business inquiries please contact me here: create@kriscoart.com Thank you for watching

GET THE FILM LOOK – Color Theory

Today we are exploring the many use color can have in your next film. Adobe Color: Adobe Capture: More Great info on color: https://youtu.be/aXgFcNUWqX0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tILIeNjbH1E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtQt_ThReoI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZZgiSUyPDY More resources coming soon, I just need a bit of sleep. ▶T-SHIRTS & APPAREL: https://goo.gl/m1lTq3 ▶MY INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/kriscoart ▶FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kriscoart ▶MY FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/kriscoartproductions ▶MY SNAPCHAT: @kriscoart MUSIC BY: YouTube Music Library Subscribe to my Second Channel and check it out! https://www.youtube.com/krisatruini Edited in Premiere CC For business inquiries please contact me here: kriscoartproductions@gmail.com Thank you for watching

Head Explosion / Pop Tutorial – Create a headshot in After Effects

Let's Pop some heads! This week we explore a scene from the short Call of Duty Zombies in Real Life - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAMww6oLNaY This tutorial will break down the head bursting into bits parts of the videos! Please share this video with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or just talk to a real person in flesh about it. It all helps. WATCH THE BTS HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZ_CgUeVdEU CoD BO3 Zombies In Real Life TUTORIALS! CREATE REALISTIC MUZZLE FLASHES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biPYDQ1pG9g ▶CHECK MY WEBSITE OUT: http://www.kriscoartproductions.com/ ▶MY INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/kriscoart ▶FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kriscoart ▶MY FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/kriscoartpro... ▶MY SNAPCHAT: @kriscoart ▶MY TUMBLR: http://kriscoartproductionsphotography.tumblr.com/ ▶CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/kriscoar... Computer Specs: MacBook Pro 15" 16GB RAM Edited in Premiere CC Graded with Magic Bullet Looks Shot using: Sony A7s, Rokinon CINE T1.5 24mm, S-log2 Color Profile. MUSIC: Clear_Eyes - Silent Partner Meditation_1 - Audionautix Land on the Golden Gate - Chris Zabriskie Smile quiet looking up - Puddle of Infinity For business inquiries please contact me here: kriscoartproductions@gmail.com Thank you for watching

Create a Cinematic Look with After Effects Tricks!

GET AFTER EFFECTS & PREMIERE HERE: https://goo.gl/eNop8t That is my Adobe Affiliate Link. If you are already thinking of purchasing the Creative Cloud suite do it through that link so that you can help support the free content on this channel at no additional cost to you! Thanks! Create a Cinematic Look with After Effects Tricks: Manipulate light and create some cinematic looks and dramatic atmospheres to your shots just by using some simple masks, solids and adjustment layers! Please share this video with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or just talk to a real person in flesh about it. It all helps. CREATE REALISTIC MUZZLE FLASHES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biPYDQ1pG9g ▶CHECK MY WEBSITE OUT: http://www.kriscoartproductions.com/ ▶MY INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/kriscoart ▶FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kriscoart ▶MY FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/kriscoartpro... ▶MY SNAPCHAT: @kriscoart ▶MY TUMBLR: http://kriscoartproductionsphotography.tumblr.com/ ▶CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/kriscoar... Computer Specs: MacBook Pro 15" 16GB RAM Edited in Premiere CC Graded with Magic Bullet Looks Shot using: Sony A7s, Rokinon CINE T1.5 24mm, S-log2 Color Profile. MUSIC: Land on the Golden Gate - Chris Zabriskie For business inquiries please contact me here: kriscoartproductions@gmail.com Thank you for watching

Fire Photo Manipulation – Photoshop Tutorial

Graphic Stock 7 Day Free Trial: http://graphicstock.com/x/KriscoartProductions_0616 Today we add some realistic flames to a photo with some stock clips and some simple adjustments. Elements used: Lens Flare: https://goo.gl/W2Mnk2 Fire element#1: https://goo.gl/z1a911 Fire element#2: https://goo.gl/YgEKJi Model: Maria Garcia Follow her on IG: @mariigaabz ▶T-SHIRTS & APPAREL: https://goo.gl/m1lTq3 ▶MY INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/kriscoart ▶FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kriscoart ▶MY FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/kriscoartproductions ▶MY SNAPCHAT: @kriscoart TRANSCRIPT welcome to the very first Photoshop tutorial of this channel. We are starting off simple with some basic compositing techniques. We will take a look at this picture here to explore how you can easily add some realistic flames with a few stock photos and some easy adjustments. Before we jump into the tutorial I wanted to thank Graphic Stock for sponsoring this photoshop tutorial. What I like to do first usually is crop my image to the dimensions and ratio I want my composition to be. This helps me when deciding where to place certain items and making sure that they visually work. When cropping you get these nice rule of thirds lines that can be useful guides for creating a nice composition. You can have your subject's eyes fall where the top right lines intersect.. or not. Its completely up to you. Next I'll duplicate the image with cmd+J just to keep an original version of the picture untouched. I'm going to use the dodge tool to highlight the side of her face closer to the source of light to further emphasize our subject. I'm not going to spend too much time on grading but just to get a quick idea we can add a Curves adjustment and tweak a little bit of the colors. This image was shot in S-Log2 which is a very flat format that allows me to make slightly more dramatic color adjustments. I want to show you a way that I create fake light hits and glow effects that can add more interest to some light sources. You can paint a circle with a large brush of a color that matches somewhat the source of that light. Then you can scale it and transform it by hitting Cmd+T and finally you can adjust the opacity of these light hits and you can make them fit more in the scene by changing the blending options for those layers. The reason why I'm showing you this is because we will use this very same technique to create some orange glow around the fire elements that we are going to add. So this image has a black background which means that we can set it to screen in order to just have the flame. You can cut out your subject and have these fire elements behind that cut out but you can also add a layer mask and paint out the fire to make it seem behind her. Now we can add a little bit of glow to the fire just as we did before. So we'll create an orange halo and paint out some parts to shape it more around the fire. We can repeat the process for the second fire image as well. Masking out any portion over our subject. Finally you can add a lens flare. You can add some hue and saturation adjustments to match the flare color with the fire. You can erase and blend in the edges of the image. You add some fire embers in a similar way. Moving on, now we can add the right amount of blur to each layer to match the scene's depth of field. Once we are happy with our image we can create a group by clicking on the folder icon, then we can select all our layer and dump them in that group. Now that we have organized our elements in one place, we can duplicate that folder by hitting cmd+J and then rastarazing the group by hitting cmd+E. Now that we have a duplicate image of our composition we add a distortion effect that can act as heat distortion coming from the flames. So for that we will go to Filter - Filter Gallery. Then under distort we will pick Glass and you can experiment and play with these values to see what works best for your scene. These were my settings. Click OK and now that we have the effect applied, we can add a mask layer. Click cmd+i to invert the color of the matte layer so that we can paint the heat distortion effect back in with a white brush. There is so much more you can do with this image but many more integration techniques will be coming up in the next photoshop tutorials. This week on the channel we talked about the lighting behind some of the photo-shoots that you can find on my instagram so I thought it would be cool to venture in the post side of photography and make some photoshop tutorials. My name is Kris Truini for Kriscoart Productions and I'll see you next week. Subscribe to my Second Channel and check it out! https://www.youtube.com/krisatruini Edited in Premiere CC For business inquiries please contact me here: kriscoartproductions@gmail.com Thank you for watching

TOP 10 Premiere Pro CC Tools & Shortcuts (Under 10 minutes)!

Today we look at the top 10 Adobe Premiere Pro CC and CS6 tools and shortcuts that will make you a faster, better, and less stressed out editor! Here is the list of the best Premiere Pro shortcuts that we will be looking at today: 10: Zooming in and out of your sequence in Premiere 9: Ripple Delete 8: Shuttle Slow Right/Left Tool 7: Track select Tool 6: Razor Tool & Selection Tool 5: Swapping Clips 4: Drag & Copy Tool 3: Drag & Copy individual linked audio/video 2: Default Transitions 1: Expanding Panels to fill your screen Finally we take a look at customizing the shortcuts in Premiere Pro to best suit your needs and workflow as an editor. Hope you guys have enjoyed this video! Let me know if you would like to see a part 2! Subscribe if you haven't yet to stay up to date with more content like this and the occasional free stuff 🙂 Give it a like and I'll see you next week! ADOBE FORUM FOR PREMIERE SHORTCUTS: https://goo.gl/ZrXDPH SUBSCRIBE TO MY SECOND CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ7SodtfInWMQ_2KNF7NySg ▶T-SHIRTS & APPAREL: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/kriscoartproductions ▶MY INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/kriscoart ▶FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kriscoart ▶MY FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/kriscoartproductions ▶MY SNAPCHAT: @kriscoart ▶MY TUMBLR: http://kriscoartproductionsphotography Computer Specs: MacBook Pro 15" 16GB RAM Edited in Premiere CC Graded with Magic Bullet Looks Shot using: Sony A7s, Sony Zeiss 55mm 1.8, S-log2 Color Profile. For business inquiries please contact me here: kriscoartproductions@gmail.com Thank you for watching

Trippy Vertigo Effect Tutorial

You have probably seen examples of this peculiar dolly zoom filmmaking technique in movies from masters like Alfred Hitchock and Steven Spielberg. Most notably in films like Vertigo, Psycho and Jaws. Today we take a look at how to create the Vertigo effect. The steps taken in this tutorial can be applied to any camera, any lens, and any editing software. Hope you guys like it! --First Vlog Entry is coming April 15th!-- Subscribe to my Second Channel to not miss it! https://www.youtube.com/krisatruini ▶T-SHIRTS & APPAREL: https://goo.gl/m1lTq3 ▶MY INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/kriscoart ▶FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kriscoart ▶MY FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/kriscoartproductions ▶MY SNAPCHAT: @kriscoart MUSIC BY: The ENCOUNTER - 5 Minute Window https://soundcloud.com/theencounter/5-minute-window Computer Specs: MacBook Pro 15" 16GB RAM Edited in Premiere CC Shot using: Sony A7s, Sony Zeiss 55mm 1.8, S-log2 Color Profile. For business inquiries please contact me here: kriscoartproductions@gmail.com Thank you for watching Transcript: If you don't know what it is, you've most likely have already seen it in movies. The background compresses as if someone is changing focal length without altering the image composition. Pure movie magic trickery. The vertigo effect. There is so much to talk about this effect and the impact it can have in a scene but for this video we are just going to focus on what you need to do while shooting and in post. So lets skip the philosophy behind it and lets jump into the technicals. What you want is a moving shot. Either moving in to your subject or away. If you have a zoom lens you want to do the opposite of what your motion is. If you are moving in physically you need to zoom out with your lens and vice versa. If you don't have a Ronin M which is what I'm using here, an ok alternative to a dolly, gimbal, stabilizer, is by using your tripod, shortening one leg and use the two front legs as pivot points. Don't have a zoom lens or if you do you suck at coordination like myself and don't want to blow a take? I have the perfect solution for you! Lets jump into After Effects and lets take a look at what to do. By the way, I'm using After Effects just because this video will be used for the vhs look tutorial series so since I will be adding some effects down the road to this video I decided to do this in AE. This doesn't mean you have to. You can use Premiere just as well and heck even Final Cut Pro X (you that software that cavemen that don't know how to edit use)

80s Retro Vintage VHS Look for your Footage! – After Effects Tutorial

Let's create a vintage retro Vhs look in After Effects! Specifically, we'll be creating a distorted look as if the vhs tape has been rewinded too many times. Next week we will take a look at how to create and animate the cheesy 80s retro intro you saw in the beginning. Hope you guys like it! --First Vlog Entry is now out!-- Subscribe to my Second Channel and check it out! https://www.youtube.com/krisatruini ▶T-SHIRTS & APPAREL: https://goo.gl/m1lTq3 ▶MY INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/kriscoart ▶FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kriscoart ▶MY FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/kriscoartproductions ▶MY SNAPCHAT: @kriscoart MUSIC BY: The ENCOUNTER - 5 Minute Window https://soundcloud.com/theencounter/5-minute-window Computer Specs: MacBook Pro 15" 16GB RAM Edited in Premiere CC Shot using: Sony A7s, Sony Zeiss 55mm 1.8, S-log2 Color Profile. For business inquiries please contact me here: kriscoartproductions@gmail.com Thank you for watching

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