In this tutorial, I explain how to create the “Kid Stays in the Picture” effect using Photoshop, Boris Red, and Avid. I also show how to accomplish it with only using Boris Red and Avid. Be sure to follow me on twitter @redarrowryan to get all the latest updates to this blog. Click more for the video….
Feb 24 2010 Posted by Ryan Hardison in
Feb 23 2010 Posted by Ryan Hardison in
For a follow up to my last tutorial, I cover using the Ease In/Out Keyframes in Boris Red to create smooth moves on hi-resolution still photos. click more for the video….
Feb 18 2010 Posted by Ryan Hardison in
In today’s blog, I provide a Video Tutorial with instructions on how to use Boris Red and Avid Media Composer to perform Pan and Zoom type moves on high resolution still images. Click more for the video….
Feb 8 2010 Posted by Ryan Hardison in
When it comes to editing, I have no shortage of “pet peeves,” and perhaps one of my biggest is seeing footage with “Incorrect Aspect Ratio.” Far too often I see television shows, news packages, promos, even graphics in a video with the wrong aspect ratio, causing the images to appear squished. I’m not talking about TV networks that incorrectly display… read more →
Jan 13 2010 Posted by Ryan Hardison in
Ever wonder how a TV show is written? Well, just ten years ago that answer would have been easy: A TV show was written by a “writer.” Seems pretty obvious doesn’t it. Well, answering that question in today’s post-production world is not so easy. Oh, sure, some shows are still written by a writer sitting behind a keyboard, but nowadays,… read more →