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Karen Ackoff <[log in to unmask]>
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If you are affiliated with a college or university, check to see if they have a LinkedIn account you can use.

Also, Photoshop has limited video capability, but you can do more than you might think… if you aren’t working with special effects. When I teach Photoshop, I do a unit on editing video in Photoshop. 

Don’t overlook the Adobe site - they offer some very good tutorials on their apps.


> On Jun 9, 2021, at 11:32 AM, Griswold, Britt (GSFC-279.0)[LUSA Associates] <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Laura,
> Looks like has been bought by LinkedIn:
> They offer a free month when you sign up, so when you are ready to do some intense study, you can sign up for a month and then drop it if you want. You should try some YouTube tutorials and then look at the LinkedIn course offerings to see if it has the sort of course offerings you are interested in.
> Britt
> On 6/9/21, 10:58 AM, "Griswold, Britt (GSFC-279.0)[LUSA Associates]" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>    Laura,
>    If you are looking at Adobe After Effects, there is a lot that can be found with Google Searching.  There are thousands of tutorials to be found on YouTube (through Google searching). The Tutorial Site also has more extensive teaching videos that are more organized, but there is a fee to subscribe. Definitely worth it, if you have sampled the free YouTube stuff and begin to see the shape of the challenge, and now want to dive in and plan to focus intently to understand the program.
>    There are some plug-in tools for after Effects that allow you pin bits of art images together and animate them.
>    Here is an article about some of them:
>    DuIK is the first one in the article. I have played with it in a GNSI workshop, but have not done that sort of animation for my job.
>    Britt
>    On 6/9/21, 10:33 AM, "SciArt-L Discussion List-for Natural Science Illustration- on behalf of Laura Sohl-Smith" <[log in to unmask] on behalf of [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>        Hello!
>        I was wondering if I could get some recommendations on resources to learn animations. I have access to the Adobe Creative Cloud suite (thanks, Black Friday sale!) but only know how to use InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and Bridge. Is anyone offering any online classes, or know of any particularly helpful ones? Thank you so much in advance!
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