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Friday
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Boston based Adobe CS6 and Magic Bullet Grading Seminar: Sat July 28th

 
Visual Storytelling with Adobe CS6 Premiere Pro, After Effects and Magic Bullet Suite
 
A one day seminar covering the new features of Premiere Pro CS6, especially related to adding effects on the timeline. Adobe Certified Instructor Simon Walker will show you key techniques to improve your editing speed and productivity, demonstrate the most important new updates for Premiere Pro CS6, and take an inspiring look at multiple aspects of color grading, and show how you can use Red Giant's Magic Bullet plug-ins to add visual interest to your footage.
For more info and to book: www.bosfcpug.org

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Reader Comments (2)

Hi Simon,

Would you be interested in taking a look at plug-ins from Noise Industries and The Tiffen Company? We have review kits available.

Thanks,
Nancy
Zazil Media Group

July 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNancy Schopoff

Sure thing Nancy :-)

February 5, 2013 | Registered CommenterSimon Walker

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