The Photoshop User’s Guide to Motion and Video
By combining motion graphics and video into your work not only can you produce more engaging content for a wider range of media, you can also enhance your creative skills. Even better, you can do all this from within the comfort of the Photoshop interface you already know.
In this article, we’ll go over the top seven principles you should understand when working with video and motion graphics in Photoshop. At the end, you can practice your new-found skills in a brief tutorial that puts these key techniques to work.. . . .
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