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In this course, author Rich Harrington explores the world of documentary storytelling, using various techniques in Adobe Photoshop and After Effects to transform damaged photos into brand-new works of art. Basic image editing techniques in Photoshop such as toning, cropping, sharpening, and resizing are covered. The course also shows how to add movement to photos in After Effects, helping to create a dramatic story.
Thanks for joining me for this class. I hope you learned a lot today about using Photoshop and After Effects to tell stories. These two tools are going to give you lots of power with the ability to control your images and shape them and refine them for great documentary productions. Even if you're working in corporate video or broadcast news, these same techniques can be utilized to create compelling images that attract a viewer and hold their attention. My name is Rich Herrington. Thanks for joining me.
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