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Nick Bloomer

Additional Resources for Premiere Pro

 

Here are a number of resources I have collected to help with Adobe Premiere Pro. If anyone is interested in furthering their Premiere Pro knowledge, please let me know and I will happily send you more advanced tutorials.

Articles
Adobe’s WONDERFUL Help Site

Video Tutorials
Basics of Editing in Premiere Pro
Creating Good Titles
Editing Vertical Footage

What Did I Learn About Photography?

The biggest thing I was able to learn about Photography is framing. Discussing the rule of thirds opened my eyes to how a picture “Should” be taken. It also forced me to pay attention to how other people frame their shots for both pictures and video.

In regards to editing images, I don’t feel that I learned anything new. I have done a lot of work in both Photoshop and Lightroom before taking this course. However, I was thrown a bit of a curve ball when asked to change the color of the shits in the audience. After a few moments of Googling, I was able to easily perform the given task.

Helpful Article for Adobe Premiere Pro

https://www.premiumbeat.com/blog/15-premiere-pro-tutorials-every-video-editor-watch/

Challenges in Using Wix

Using Wix came with two large challenges. The first challenge was that I had to come to terms with the fact that I would be using Wix. The second challenge was actually using Wix.

Wix is incredibly slow on every machine I’ve used it on. It bugs out on Chrome and only works relatively well with Firefox. Wix flatout has zero support for Microsoft Edge and I’m not even going to open Internet Explorer.

When it comes to Wix, I hate having everything done for me. I feel that I have zero control over how I want my website to look, but I have the idea of how I want it to look in my head. With Wix, that idea just will not become a reality.

WordPress isn’t just great as a blogging platform. It’s also an incredibly great way to design websites that look and feel better than Wix. Not to mention you can do so without fighting the software you’re paying for or trying out. Static pages in WordPress allow for much more than Wix has to offer.

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