Creative Cloud online masterclasses in October
Adobe is thrilled to announce a new series of free online masterclasses around the amazing work you can produce with Creative Cloud. The latest two masterclasses on how to use video to boost your personal brand and timescaping will help you to sharpen your skills, polish your pictures and add verve to your video.
Masterclass: Discover top 5 Ways to Use Video to Boost Your Personal Brand with Roberto Blake
Up first on 11 October, YouTube star Roberto Blake leads an online masterclass on the top 5 ways to use video to boost your personal brand. Blake’s daily output combines infectious charm, disarming honesty – and entertaining, slickly edited videos that have made him one of the channel’s most-watched vloggers.
Roberto will take you through what type of content is right for your brand, as well as the best tips and tricks to leverage native photos and videos on each platform to provide value to your audience. His tips and tricks for the creative process will range from Adobe Creative Cloud apps to social media and are also ideal for those getting started with Creative Cloud for the first time.
Update: Re-watch the masterclass here!
Masterclass: 5 essentials to Timescaping in Adobe Photoshop with Jordan Lloyd and Carles Marsal
Artists Jordan Lloyd and Carles Marsal follow on 18 October, with an online masterclass on timescaping – using retouching magic to collapse time and make images travel through decades in Adobe Photoshop.
Artificially adding colour to black and white photographs was one of the earliest examples of photographic manipulation. Artisans would add colour to their shots via hand painting or lithographic processes. The craft has experienced a revival in recent years in the form of colourisation, thanks to digital tools like Adobe Photoshop which brings previously unimaginable control and realism to the process.
Barcelona-based digital matte artist Carles has extensive experience in creating hyper-realistic compositions. In the masterclass, he will show you how to composite elements from historical photographs and Adobe Stock to bring the past to life in stunning colour. London based colourist Jordan Lloyd will guide you through cleaning up and adding realistic colour and grading to finish off your timescape.