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Philip Bloom follows passion and earns passionate following

Philip Bloom follows passion and earns passionate following

Freelance filmmaker relies on a variety of cameras and Adobe Creative Cloud to create documentary and fiction projects

By Meagan Keane | September 01, 2014

Filmmaking is less of a career and more of a way of life for Philip Bloom. He began his 24-year career focusing on news and documentary work, building his skills in all aspects of video production. Today, he’s a prolific freelance filmmaker and outspoken proponent of low-budget video.... Read More

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Z-Depth compositing with Particular - Part 2

Create z-depth maps in Particular and composite multiple layers together

By ChrisZwar | September 01, 2014

Trapcode’s Particular is probably the most popular 3rd party plugin for After Effects, and amongst its many powerful features is the ability to read a z-depth map.  What it doesn’t have, however, is an obvious way to render out its own z-depth map - but by manually adjusting... Read More

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Z-Depth compositing with Particular - Part 1

Create z-depth maps in Particular and composite multiple layers together

By ChrisZwar | September 01, 2014

Trapcode’s Particular is probably the most popular 3rd party plugin for After Effects, and amongst its many powerful features is the ability to read a z-depth map.  What it doesn’t have, however, is an obvious way to render out its own z-depth map - but by manually adjusting... Read More

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Hyper-local daily programming from London Live

Hyper-local daily programming from London Live

First new UK television station in 13 years produces local daily programming using Adobe Creative Cloud for teams

By Meagan Keane | August 29, 2014

Citing a lack of genuinely localized programming, the independent regulator of communications in the United Kingdom, Ofcom, asked media businesses what they would do with a Local Digital Television Programme Service (L-DTPS) license. The London Evening Standard and The Independent newspapers... Read More

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Red Bull Media House gives wings to video innovation

Red Bull Media House gives wings to video innovation

Multi-platform media company produces premium sports, culture, and lifestyle content with help from Creative Cloud

By Meagan Keane | August 26, 2014

From its start selling energy drinks, Red Bull has expanded into an international brand with streaming video through Red Bull TV, the Red Bull Records independent music label, and sponsorship of dozens of athletes, teams, and events. For the past seven years, Red Bull Media House, a subsidiary... Read More

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66th Primetime Emmys nominate Stargate Studios for VFX work

66th Primetime Emmys nominate Stargate Studios for VFX work

By Michelle Gallina | August 22, 2014

The 66th Primetime Emmys are Monday, August 25th and it’s exciting to see Stargate Studios nominated for two awards in the Outstanding Special And Visual Effects In A Supporting Role category. The studio is at the top of the VFX field, and we’ve spoken with Founder and CEO Sam... Read More

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Jason Harvey creates video content for Bruno Mars using Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Jason Harvey creates video content for Bruno Mars using Adobe Premiere Pro CC

By Meagan Keane | August 21, 2014

For the past decade, Jason Harvey has lived the life that many video engineers would envy. After developing his skills and expertise in video production for corporate, trade, and live events, he landed a spot on with Cher on “The Farewell Tour.” Since then, he’s traveled with... Read More

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The perfect storm of talent and tools

The perfect storm of talent and tools

By Meagan Keane | August 15, 2014

Vashi Nedomansky is an amazing editor and, lucky for us, a tireless Adobe advocate. We’re always excited when we get to hear about his latest projects, and when we talked with him before the premier of Sharknado 2, we were blown away by what he had accomplished in only six weeks. This... Read More

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Creating daily dramas for German TV

Creating daily dramas for German TV

Production company standardizes on an Adobe Creative Cloud workflow to efficiently deliver up to 28 TV episodes per week

By Meagan Keane | August 14, 2014

For more than 20 years, UFA SERIAL DRAMA has produced some of the most popular serial dramas in Germany. Classic shows such as Good Times, Bad Times (Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten) and Among Us (Unter Uns) have been on the air for more than 4,000 episodes each. UFA SERIAL DRAMA currently runs... Read More

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Mike Russell Makes Audio Awesome with Adobe Audition

Making radio promos, jingles, voiceovers and podcasts with Adobe's audio app

By Eric Philpott | August 13, 2014

Hailing from England’s southeast, Mike Russell is a digital audio expert, voice over artist, and popular instructor. He is also an enthusiastic proponent of Adobe Audition, which he uses for all his audio - along with many other Creative Cloud applications for other parts of his work.... Read More

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From under the sea to outer space

From under the sea to outer space

Award-winning host of underwater documentary series tackles the world’s first live-action planetarium film using Creative Cloud

By Meagan Keane | August 07, 2014

Cinematographer Jonathan Bird is one of the lucky ones. He’s successfully combined his love for scuba diving and photography into an award-winning career. After more than a decade of delivering underwater photography and video to National Geographic and Discovery Channel, Bird started his... Read More

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Capturing the pulse of the capital

Capturing the pulse of the capital

Video production company wins clients with outstanding time-lapse photography and videos developed using Adobe Creative Cloud

By Michelle Gallina | July 17, 2014

Over the course of 12 years, Drew Geraci’s has gone from being a photographer’s mate on a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier to a sought-after time-lapse photographer and videographer. After leaving the U.S. Navy, Geraci worked as a multimedia producer for the Washington Times before his... Read More

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Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

Airline’s in-house video team uses Adobe Creative Cloud to tell stories that engage and inspire crewmembers and customers

By Meagan Keane | July 15, 2014

JetBlue Airways began flying in 2000 with a promise “to bring humanity back to air travel.”  That commitment is the backbone of the airline’s external brand, as well as its internal culture; JetBlue’s workers are “crewmembers,” whether they’re... Read More

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Once in a lifetime experience in Brazil

Once in a lifetime experience in Brazil

By Dave McGavran | July 14, 2014

As a senior engineering manager at Adobe, I’ve been very lucky to visit broadcasters, post houses, and other customers all around the world. I really appreciate learning about how customers use our products and what types of content they produce. Getting to know the people and the... Read More

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Adobe Premiere Pro and the evolution of the NLE

Interview with product manager Al Mooney

By Eric Philpott | July 09, 2014

Al Mooney, senior product manager for Adobe Premiere Pro, has a long history in digital video editing and has played his part in the evolution of the NLE. Mooney grew up in the Southwest of England and studied music and sound recording at the University of Surrey. Starting out as a broadcast... Read More

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Videoguys’ Guide to HP Z Workstations:  The Video Editors Best Choice

The Pros are Moving from Mac to Z

By videoguys.com | July 02, 2014

When it comes to choosing a workstation that delivers uncompromising performance, there’s simply no contest. Take it from experienced pros like Rob Legato, Jonathan Bird, Devin Super Tramp and the techs at Videoguys.com.

Videoguys.com recommends the HP z Workstations. HP uses... Read More

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Hands on with the Atomos Samurai Blade and Connect Converter/TSG

Hands on with the Atomos Samurai Blade and Connect Converter/TSG

The First High-Definition HD-SDI Test Set That Fits in Your Hand

By Kevin Owen | June 26, 2014

I recently had the opportunity to try out the new Samurai Blade from Atomos and was really impressed with all of the features they managed to pack into such a small package.

I stumbled onto the product almost by accident - I had just purchased one of their Connect signal... Read More

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Capturing the essence of Brazil through motion graphics and art

Capturing the essence of Brazil through motion graphics and art

Filmmaker embarks on journey documenting creativity around the world

By Meagan Keane | June 26, 2014

When we last spoke with Graham Elliott he was just starting work on his next film, World In Motion, which he describes as, “a documentary film series that explores the dynamic connection between location and expression.” Since that time, Elliott has taken two trips to Brazil, the... Read More

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Videoguys’ Summer Update, June 2014

By videoguys.com | June 20, 2014

It's been a very busy year for us. We've seen a ton of new products introduced and we've picked up some new product lines. 

HP Workstations: The creative Pro's choice Videoguys now offers HP z workstations! We've worked hard with the folks over at HP to put... Read More

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Chernobly Project - A Personal Documentary Project with Sony’s 4K FS700 Camcorder

Chernobly Project - A Personal Documentary Project with Sony’s 4K FS700 Camcorder

Showing more than the typical journalistic point-of-view

By Philip Grossman | June 20, 2014

My passion for digital imagery has been with me my whole life. I started in photography when I got my first camera at age 13. It was fully manual so I had to learn how to do it all myself. Then I got into video, using my father’s VHS home video camera to make movies in my... Read More

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