Saturday, January 20th, 2018

CreativeLIVE: After Effects for Beginners


On June 8, 2013, I’ll be teaching my first CreativeLIVE workshop in a live online streaming video broadcast, After Effects for Beginners. The full-day training workshop will be the last day in a week-long lineup of Adobe Creative Apps for Beginners, featuring some long-time colleagues such as Jack Davis, Janine Warner and Lesa Snider and others. The workshops are always free on the day of the event via live-streaming video, but you must register to attend the workshop. You can also pre-purchase the workshop to view at anytime for only $59

Register Now to enroll for this workshop!

After Effects for Beginners

Join author and Adobe pro Jeff Foster for an in-depth tour of the industry leading program for creating motion graphics and animation – Adobe After Effects. During this course, Jeff will teach you how to import your images from Photoshop, create engaging motion graphics and export them so that you can share your work with the world.
Adobe® After Effects® software lets you deliver cinematic visual effects and motion graphics within minutes. Plus it allows you to extend your creativity with built-in text and shape extrusion, mask feathering options, and a fast, easy-to-use 3D Camera Tracker.

Topics covered in this workshop:

  • Bringing Still Images to Life with Motion
  • Animation Basics
  • 3D Logo Animation
  • Stabilize Shaky Handheld Video
  • Green Screen Compositing Basics


2 Responses to “CreativeLIVE: After Effects for Beginners”
  1. Cody Powell says:

    I’ll have to ask my director to for over the funds to be able to do this.. sounds Excellent!!
    About how long is this video and how many times can it be watched?


    Cody Powell
    3D Designer/ Motion Graphic Design
    Subsea Solutions dot net

  2. Jeff says:

    It’s a one-day workshop – about 4-1/2 hours runtime.

    Check out the link and it will tell you how to purchase, view, etc. Download or streaming.

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