Premiere Pro Software Review

In a recent blog, we told you about Adobe After Effects and its various uses—mainly with regards to motion graphics. Today we will be exploring the more straightforward editing software known as Premiere. While it can also do motion graphics, it really excels in editing. Premiere is a monster editing workhorse disguised in a fairly user friendly interface. Users familiar with other programs such as iMovie or Final Cut Pro will discover a similar “timeline” feature for editing, and many of the same intuitive controls.

Canon 6D Review

In the world of DSLR photography, it’s quite easy to achieve stunning image quality on almost any budget. Since the introduction of the first DSLR in 1981, the marketplace has grown substantially and now includes different models for any user’s needs.

Software Review – After Effects

You may not know what After Effects is by name, but there’s no doubt you’ve seen its work. Anywhere you look on TV or in movies, there is motion graphics and visual effects work. Oftentimes it’s too subtle to notice, but a good majority of that work is completed on After Effects, which is why it’s often considered the industry standard.