Do advanced photo tricks, for free. It’s possible, thanks to The GIMP. The GNU Image Manipulation Program, or GIMP, is a capable open source and free alternative to Photoshop. While it’s not quite as easy or powerful as Photoshop, you can still make anything happen with GIMP, some know-how, and a bit of elbow grease. […]
Whether you’re having trouble drawing facial features like eyes or haven’t got a clue how to tackle a 3D perspective, it’s YouTube to the rescue!
If classic technology-themed television from the pre-Internet ages is something you remember fondly, you might want to give Computerphile a watch.
Technically known as chroma-keying, green screening is the process of masking a video using color – removing specific parts so you can overlay one video on top of another. An obvious example is the weather, where a presenter will stand in front of what appears to be a giant map. Today I want to show you how to do green screening in iMovie, and Adobe Premiere. It’s actually really easy, but something a little unique to consider for your next video project.