Today, we’re venturing into the Upside Down to bring a giant shadow monster to life. We’ll show you step-by-step how to create the environment and the creature from scatch. Then we’ll animate them into a cinemagraph.
Draw more attention to your photos by showing before/after animations on Instagram. In today’s episode, we show you how to create a Before and After image in Photoshop. After that, we show you how to animate it as an Animated Gif.
In today’s episode, we show you how to Color grade video in Photoshop! This is the second section of our 4 part video editing series, and it picks up directly from where we left off in the first section.
While Photoshop is mostly known for its ability to transform and shape photos, it has the power to work with video as well! Learn how to create, edit, and export videos in our free tutorial series.
The Video Timeline
Photoshop has its own video editor in the form of the video timeline! The timeline allows you to add layers and apply those edits over time. Do you specialize in photo editing? The video timeline is a great way to create before and afters of your edits!
Create Cinemagraphs, GIFs, and Animations
While you may not want to edit a full feature film in Photoshop, it is perfect for cinemagraphs and short animations! Learn how to animate layers in the video timeline using keyframes and then export your work in a variety of video formats. You can even save a GIF in Photoshop!
Watch Free Photoshop Tutorials
Learn to create a double exposure, a cinemagraph, and even learn to color tone video in our extensive library of free Photoshop tutorials available on YouTube and here on staging-phlearn.kinsta.com.