In this final video, we’ll discuss how you can upload your 360-video of your panorama JPEG into MyMedia and implement it as a 360-video experience. Video 5 of 5. Media
In the last video, we learned how to export our 360 sphere as a JPEG. In this video, we’ll discuss two options for exporting your 3D panorama as a move.
In the third video in this series on 360-degree panoramas, we’ll discuss editing in a 3D space. We’ll cover making your 2D panorama a 3D sphere, navigating the 3D space,
In the second video in this series, learn how to bring your panoramic photos into Photoshop. We’ll teach you how to use the Photomerge function to stitch your panorama automatically,
In this series, DL&I’s David Charpentier teaches you how to create a 360-degree, VR-style panorama using your smartphone and Photoshop. In the first video in this series, we’ll cover how
In the final video in this series, we’ll take our animation to the next level using After Effects. We will look at using the After Effects Camera layer to zoom
In the second video in this series, we will animate out three Photoshop layers using some simple pan, scan and blur effects in Premiere. Media crafted by David Charpentier.
Want to make your still photos pop? With the parallax effect, a 2.5-D-style animation, you can animate your photos with some simple techniques. In this first video, we’ll look at
Did someone photobomb your photo–again? Or maybe you just want to remove an unsightly background element. This video will teach you how to use Photoshop’s content aware fill to make
Looking to layer a portion of one photo onto another? A matte is a mask that hides one part of an image and allows another portion of an image underneath