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Adobe Premiere Pro CC - 10 Things Beginners Need to Know -

Adobe Premiere Pro CC - 10 Things Beginners Need to Know - | Photo Editing Software and Applications |
To help you get into the software Adobe's Terry White shares several tips for beginners of Premiere Pro CC.
Kitty Fisher's insight:

Premiere Pro may make you overwhelmed, luckily this 10 things to know for beginners will make life so much more easier. The intensive resource is a video encoding task, but you can use it as an editor for exactly that reason.

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Bulk Editing with Photo Editor for Android

Bulk Editing with Photo Editor for Android | Photo Editing Software and Applications |
Photo Editor's bulk editing tools have become my preferred method to add watermarks to my images, as well as adding and modifying image meta data.

Protecting your work in an increasingly rapid social flood of images can be a chore. Previously my work flow was approximately one quarter shooting, one quarter post processing, one quarter protection of images via a watermark, one quarter socializing about my own and others’ works.

Kitty Fisher's insight:

Bulk Editing for Android has to be a power tool for the on-the-go individual.

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Akvis OilPaint 2.0 | PhotographyBLOG

Akvis OilPaint 2.0 | PhotographyBLOG | Photo Editing Software and Applications |

Akvis has updated its OilPaint software to Version 2.0. Available as a standalone application and as a Photoshop plug-in, Akvis OilPaint is claimed to offer "an incredible algorithm" for turning photos into oil paintings.

Kitty Fisher's insight:

A plug-in program that transform your photos into oil paintings. This  Version 2.0 has new improvements such as brushes, speed and techniques.

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5 Ways To Step Up Your Editing Game

5 Ways To Step Up Your Editing Game | Photo Editing Software and Applications |

Long hours of editing are a sometimes-annoying necessity. So why not put that next camera purchase off for a little while to invest in your editing studio? You’ll want to aim for at least a 27 inch screen if you can, and make sure it features IPS (In-Plane Switching), which eliminates the problem of inconsistent color and brightness when viewing the screen from different angles.  These days, it’s easier than ever to upgrade with high resolution monitors available for a fraction of their former prices: you can get this HP Pavilion 27xi for less than $300.

Sure a mouse will work fine for your favorite photo editing software, but if you’re looking to upgrade anyway, why not try a graphic pad like the Wacom Bamboo Create Digital Tablet?

It’ll help with tasks requiring smooth sketching strokes or precise selection, like isolating a subject for editing or transposition. On top of that, it opens up a number of editing options that are only available while using a pressure sensitive pen and pad. Not to mention, it’s a sleek addition to your desktop that screams CREATIVE PROFESSIONAL at the top of its lungs.

Kitty Fisher's insight:

Editing has to be the biggest game out there. This can make or break your business. But do not fret if you think you have to buy a whole new set-up of gear, no. This is just an idea if you want to get into the editing world, a bit deeper.

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