In this Photoshop tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a cinematic video composition using a few video clips, blending modes, and Adjustment Layers!
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Video Timeline: Did you know that videos can be edited in Photoshop? Well they can! Right in Photoshop, you can cut/trim your videos, add transitions, text, apply adjustment layers, and more! Note: If you wish to apply a filter to your video, you must first convert the video layer into a Smart Object.
Adjustment Layers (Curves, Gradient Map): By using an Adjustment Layers, you’re able to change targeted areas of your photo without damaging the original layer. These can either be applied to the full image, or specific areas using selections or Layer Masks. At any point in the future, you can either make changes to the adjustment, hide it, or delete it completely.
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