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How to colour correct footage and add titles in Adobe Premiere Pro: Intermediate level

So you know the basics for Adobe Premiere Pro. But perhaps you're looking for the next steps in improving and refining your newly found skills. In this course Sam will introduce you to the basics of colour grading and how to add titles and graphics to your content. Your feedback is always appreciated. Help us improve our content. How good was the content? How good was the presentation? How likely are you to use what you've learnt? How likely are you to recommend the course to someone else? Back to courses Downloadable Content Members Forum

How to colour correct footage and add titles in Adobe Premiere Pro: Intermediate level2021-03-16T14:08:45+00:00

Beginners guide to Adobe Premiere Pro: Beginner level

Are you looking to get started with Adobe Premiere Pro? Sam is here to take you through the beginning stages of this video editing software. From simple clip cutting to audio editing - you'll learn everything you need to know to get a good head start. Your feedback is always appreciated. Help us improve our content. How good was the content? How good was the presentation? How likely are you to use what you've learnt? How likely are you to recommend the course to someone else? Back to courses Downloadable Content Members Forum

Beginners guide to Adobe Premiere Pro: Beginner level2021-03-16T14:09:07+00:00

‘Behind The Scenes’ A great marketing concept: Beginner level

Behind the scenes can be a small, yet powerful tool for your company. Think about the ‘behind the scenes of your business’ what’s behind the factory or office doors? Lotty will give you the lowdown in this video course, taking you through how you can use your behind the scenes content to maximise your marketing capabilities.  Your feedback is always appreciated. Help us improve our content. How good was the content? How good was the presentation? How likely are you to use what you've learnt? How likely are you to recommend the course to someone else? Back to courses Downloadable Content Members Forum

‘Behind The Scenes’ A great marketing concept: Beginner level2021-03-12T10:28:18+00:00

Creating and Using QR Codes: Beginners Level

QR codes are everywhere nowadays. On the web, in print, on packaging and other media. Some would say they’re the perfect form of marketing as they are super easy to use. In this video course, we'll take you through the ins and outs, as well as how you can create your very own. Your feedback is always appreciated. Help us improve our content. How good was the content? How good was the presentation? How likely are you to use what you've learnt? How likely are you to recommend the course to someone else? Back to courses Downloadable Content Members Forum

Creating and Using QR Codes: Beginners Level2021-03-11T16:01:10+00:00

Making the Most from your Reviews: Beginner level

Reviews for your services can offer you a lot more than just shining praise. In this course Lotty will show you how you can use reviews to boost your SEO ranking, how you can use them on social media, and the plethora of sites you can have your reviews shown, allowing your name to be out there as much as possible. Your feedback is always appreciated. Help us improve our content. How good was the content? How good was the presentation? How likely are you to use what you've learnt? How likely are you to recommend the course to someone else? Back to courses Downloadable Content Members Forum

Making the Most from your Reviews: Beginner level2021-03-12T10:28:38+00:00

How To Record Yourself Via Zoom: Beginners Level

Looking to record your Zoom meeting? We've got you covered in this course that takes you through how to position your camera, light your room and set-up the all important recording.  Your feedback is always appreciated. Help us improve our content. How good was the content? How good was the presentation? How likely are you to use what you've learnt? How likely are you to recommend the course to someone else? Back to courses Downloadable Content Members Forum

How To Record Yourself Via Zoom: Beginners Level2021-03-11T16:02:50+00:00

Tips for better Social Posts: Beginner level

Deciding what to post on social media can be tough.  There are so many variables to consider. Like, what type of content should you post on what platform, at what time, and how to sell your post to your followers. Lotty is here to guide you on a few basics and good rules to follow to help you maximise anything you post on social media. Your feedback is always appreciated. Help us improve our content. How good was the content? How good was the presentation? How likely are you to use what you've learnt? How likely are you to recommend the course to someone else? Back to courses Downloadable Content Members Forum

Tips for better Social Posts: Beginner level2021-03-12T10:28:54+00:00

Why we took on Video Animation Production

As a Video Animation Company, we're very proud of the vast amounts of animation work we've done for many of our clients. Whether that be 2D animation or 3D animation, its a form of video that can communicate a lot of things better than a live action video. So why is that, and why is animated video so important to us? Animated video allows you to utilise lots of different tools to personalise your brand and give it character. It brings a fresh spark and adds something new whilst adding a touch of personality that's different from other types of video production. 2D animated video and 3D animation will stand out to your audience and catch their eye, especially when visualising something new or unseen before. Characters can be integrated within your animations, incorporating colours and creating various styles from cartoon like to a more professional style. Animation can help to simplify topics in a more streamlined and visual way. With the help of a video animation company, you can visualise how processes work, tell a story or take someone on a journey. A 2D model can be used for a high level communication, simplifying complex topics or subject matter that's naturally more unengaging. An animated format can transform this into something that totally different, eye catching and worth watching. Animation allows you to also create any kind of environment or scene. This means you’re not waiting for access or special permissions to film somewhere as you can just [...]

Why we took on Video Animation Production2021-02-23T13:25:17+00:00

‘It’s a Sin’: Our Spoiler-Free Review

We've been blown away by Channel 4's new show from writer Russell T Davies, It's a Sin. You've probably seen a lot of the marketing going around, as it's become Channel 4's most binged show. But what is it? The show tells the story of a group of gay youths studying in 1980's London. Our characters are having the time of their lives, drinking, dancing and forming close relationships. However, the infamous disease AIDS is becoming a household name, especially among the gay community. Back in the 80s, the disease was either not taken as seriously, or was severely ignored. The five part series explores how our characters deal with the disease in a time where their community wasn't as valued and respected as it is today. The way the show portrays this disease is very mature, yet unique. Davies almost portrays AIDS as if it is an actual supervillain of sorts. He makes it ominous and terrifying. And since not a lot was known about the disease during this period, the fact that the characters don't understand or comprehend it just extends how challenging and scary it can be, and even though we understand the danger of it, the people we're following and care for in the show don't. This just amplifies how fearful this show can be. It keeps you on the edge of your seat, hoping everything will be ok. The cast and performances are also top notch! Olly Alexander plays the main role of Ritchie fantastically. Our [...]

‘It’s a Sin’: Our Spoiler-Free Review2021-02-18T09:33:03+00:00

Pieces From Our Inspiration Wall

Since the pandemic started, it has given us time to slow down and reflect on many things, including business in particular. We've missed so many opportunities to meet and connect with clients and contacts old, new and potential. Instead, we've done it remotely, as good as it is, it is limited in a way. You miss making those connections with new people and learning from them. We'd hope a lot of our network could learn a lot from our experiences too, so we'd like to share our inspiration wall. If we have ideas we add them in the middle of the board. But our quotes and inspirational thoughts are shared around the edges. Here’s some of our favourites.  This one is great for when you talk about peaks and troughs in your career and business. When things get quiet, you get worried as a business owner. You like to be busy, as everyone does. If you’re overwhelmed with work,  you’re in a good place, as this gives you plenty of drive. We like this image as it is a really good analogy not to give up, regardless of your position. It’s a reminder to keep digging away and keeping that momentum going. Persistence pays off, as there’s always a diamond at the end of the road. This one is a firm favourite. A kid pulling a power pose. This is all about standing up straight in the mirror saying ‘yeah, I got this,’ giving yourself some positive affirmation. Say [...]

Pieces From Our Inspiration Wall2021-02-11T15:31:58+00:00
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