So excited to announce that I’m scheduled to present at the all new “Adobe Video World” world event coming up in November in San Jose, California. FMC has combined Adobe Premiere Pro World and After Effects World into a weeklong event. You can choose to just attend Premiere Pro conferences or After Effects conferences, or both. The two events overlap on Nov 19/20 allowing editors and MoGfx artists to intermingle.
Right now I’m scheduled to present during the Premiere Pro portion of the event Tuesday, Nov. 17 and Wednesday, Nov. 18th. These are my expected presentations:
Case Study: Media Management and Organizing a Network Television Series
Real World example of Ice Cream Nation and Fork U for the new Contemporary Living Network on media managing and organizing the three main cameras, GoPros and audio sources to ensure all the media has unique file names and is easily accessible to the editors for the series. Also a workflow on archiving the footage after.
A Whole New Way to Color Correct: Using the Lumetri Effect in Premiere Pro.
Possibly the most powerful feature in the current version of Premiere Pro, this introduction to the color tool and how to use it effectively in your workflow create stunning color grades and looks without the need for any third party filters or software.
Creating Custom Looks for Your Footage with the Power of Transfer Modes
Often just used to overlay light leaks or film grain, transfer modes can completely change the way you use transitions and create entire color grades and looks utilizing nothing more than just some production elements and the transfer modes in Adobe Premiere Pro. I find way too many people have no clue how much can be accomplished in the transfer modes.
I’m excited to head to San Jose for my first time and hang out with some fellow creatives for a few days. Then I spin right back around to the Atlanta Cutters Creative Ball that following Saturday night!
Registration is now open, check out the link below to learn more about the events and the speakers.
And in case you’re too young to know, there’s a great song called “Do You Know The Way To San Jose?” sung by the great Dionne Warwick and written by Burt Bacharach. This November I’ll definitely know the way.