Here’s an example of some of my editing work. I split the editing with another member of my team, and we filmed and finished it in about 2 days. Filming for an event like this one (a conference) is fun! The pressure of needing a showable video ready at the end of the event createsContinue reading “Compare and Contrast: TLC Highlights and Moving Manila Forward”
Recently, I’ve been doing some simple editing for photos I’ve taken for a class, and in this post, I’m going to share some tips that I’ve learned through this process. For this photo, I wanted to enhance the color and give it a more lively feel. You can clearly see the change between these photos,Continue reading “Simple Adobe Photoshop Editing”
It’s easy to shoot video- the tedious part comes when you sit down and edit the footage! Editing can be a long process, and it’s helpful to have tools at your disposal that streamline the process and save you some headaches. LUTs are one of those tools. LUT stands for ‘look up table’. It’s essentiallyContinue reading “LUTs 101”
If you’re looking to learn the basics of Adobe Premiere, check out this video from No Film School. It’s a great, quick overview of the software and will help you get started.
Back in December, our fellow Early High School friends faced the challenge of making a fun Christmas experience for our school community to enjoy. I saw this as an opportunity for me to share my expertise in audio engineering. I reached out to the EHS students and offered to make them a ‘sick’ Christmas playlistContinue reading “Sick Beatz and the Christmas Experience!”