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The legacy of liberal Judaism :

Philosophy, Ethics & Religion - Thu, 05/08/2014 - 01:01
Curthoys, Ned
Categories: New Materials

After Effects: Creative Cloud Updates

Lynda.com - Wed, 05/07/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Chris Meyer

Released On: 4/4/2013

Veteran After Effects user Chris Meyer shares real-world production and workflow advice as he demonstrates the newest features in Adobe After Effects CC. Chris reviews the streamlined connection to MAXON CINEMA 4D and the Refine Edge tool for creating mattes around hair and other partially transparent areas, and reveals how to get more accurate tracks and stabilizations with Reverse Stabilization and ground planes. He also reviews the upgraded Warp Stabilizer and 3D Camera Tracker and important new usability features such as layer snapping.

In January 2014, Chris added two new chapters covering updates to After Effects CC. Chapter 5 covers the new Rigid Mask Tracker and footage scaling capabilities and Chapter 6 covers the ability to convert parametric shape layers to Bezier paths and Bezier paths into shape layers. Smaller yet still important new and enhanced features in each release are also touched on throughout the course.

Note: This course was created and produced by Chris and Trish Meyer. We are honored to host this content in our library.


Real-World GIS

Lynda.com - Wed, 05/07/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Jason VanHorn

Released On: 5/8/2014

Learning GIS (geographical information systems) requires training in cartography, database management, and spatial analysis. But once you've built a solid foundation in the basics, how do you approach GIS challenges in the real world? Dr. Jason VanHorn is here to help you master practical GIS scenarios, and answers the 7 most common questions he receives from other GIS professionals, including: Where can I get quality data? How do I create projections? What's an inexpensive solution for collecting geospatial data? and Where can I find a GIS job?


Portrait Project: Retouching a Studio Portrait

Lynda.com - Wed, 05/07/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Chris Orwig

Released On: 5/8/2014

Studio portraits are usually shot under optimal conditions. Controlled lighting, seamless backdrops, maybe even professional hair and makeup. But there's still work you can do to make your subjects look their best in post. In this Portrait Project, Chris Orwig takes a raw file, makes foundational adjustments in Camera Raw, and then takes the image into Photoshop for retouching. There you'll learn how to retouch small blemishes, smooth and de-shine skin, and enhance color. Before and after comparisons along the way allow you to check your progress. Dive in now and start improving your portrait prowess.


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