Add special effects to video files Photoshop CC


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Adding special effects to video files

One of the best parts about working with video inside of Photoshop is that you have access to all of your other Photoshop tools, like Adjustment layers and Filters. And they're even more powerful because you can adjust them over time. So, let's walk through two scenarios. One where you're making a more pragmatic correction to your clip, and then one where we make a more creative adjustment. So I want to add an Adjustment layer. I'm going to scoot my current time indicator anywhere over this mud pot here, because I just want to add a little bit of a curve.

I want to add a little bit of contrast. Now, before I add the contrast, let's make sure that we have the correct layer selected. So in my Layer panel, I'll click on the Mudpot clip. Then, when I add my Curve Adjustment Layer by clicking on the Adjustment icon. I can add some contrast by lowering the shadow region, and then increasing the highlight region. Now I'll close the Properties panel by ...

Adding special effects to video files
Video duration: 5m 56s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Adding special effects to video files provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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