Shaky footage happens and there are tools that help to mitigate them. The Warp Stabilizer in Premiere is a great tool for those unexpected problems. Let's dig in!
Johnny is a second-year graduate student in the Film and Television Production program at USC's School of Cinematic Arts. He’s been using Adobe Photoshop since 1995, and has used DreamWeaver, InDesign, and Premiere for many years throughout his career working in digital media and post-production. He has always had creative pursuits, but filmmaking is the most challenging and gratifying work. Johnny is avid traveller that has traveled to at least a dozen countries. He also worked for two classical ballet companies, which has greatly enhanced his sense of rhythm and camera movement.
This tutorial will teach you how to add the classic "Ken Burns" effect to add dynamic movement to your photos in Adobe Premiere.
Part of mastering the art of photography is being able to find the perfect balance between aperture, shutter, and ISO. Learn more about how these basic components impact the quality of your photographs.