Photoshop is well suited for creating initial concept boards, storyboarding, and preparing elements for animation in After Effects. By doing this prep work in Photoshop, you can save precious render time later in the animation process. In this course, After Effects guru Ian Robinson shows how use channels and masks to isolate selected elements from stills. He also creates storyboards in Photoshop and optimizes those documents to speed up the next step in the process: animation in After Effects. Plus, learn how to create depth mattes, correct lens distortion and sharpen video using Photoshop's video editing capabilities, and use the data sets modular workflow to speed up creation of repetitive elements like lower thirds.
Isolating still images with channels and masksPreparing layer groups for After EffectsWorking with layer styles and vector shapesImporting compositions in After EffectsConverting Photoshop typeAnimating with layer styles and depth mattesFixing video issues in PhotoshopCreating data sets
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