Alief Taylor High School has entered a student-created video in an international technology contest that will hopefully win their school thousands of dollars worth of technology. The video is currently in 2nd place only behind a South African school.
Robert Goetsch is Alief’s audio-video teacher. He helped his students write, produce, shoot, and edit the video. The students used Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, and Audition to help create the music parody. The final video is awesome!
Voting has ended and Alief’s entry has made it into the 9-12 grade finalist!
View the video:
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Last week Adobe Systems Inc. hosted the Adobe Educator Summit 2009 at the highly respected and ideally located Santa Fe Photographic Workshops (SFPW) in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
We invited 25 top photographic educators from the US and Canada to participate in a 7 day Lightroom and Photoshop boot-camp that covered learning and integrating both Lightroom 2 and Photoshop CS4 into the education environment.