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Bam! Pow! Wow! It’s the new Spider-Man movie!
The documentary filmmaker’s subjects include R. Buckminster Fuller, the Weather Underground, and Esperanto.
There’s nothing yawn-inducing about this immersive art.
This motion graphics designer's titles are Emmy-award winning.
See a unique interactive facial projection-mapping experience.
Billy Fox shares his editing philosophy.
See Günther Gheeraert’s inventive response to the challenge.
Banish jumpy loops with this Photoshop video tutorial.
She’s a self-taught filmmaker who produces, directs, shoots, and edits.
Two Premiere Pro tutorials show how to add flare to your footage.
Her latest film explores the life of a literary giant: poet Emily Dickinson.
Get a new look with a little motion-tracking magic.
Light too bright? Wind too windy? No problem!
These Lightroom and After Effects tips apply to any time-lapse.
It’s Exquisite Corpse, hip-hop style.
We asked two popular YouTubers to share some tips for adding pizzazz to videos with text.
While her past and present were unsettled, art gave this migrant a future.
Go behind the scenes with the director/editor of Imagine Dragons’ music videos.
The PSAs were made by young people, for young people.
Greenpeace is using VR video and Adobe tools to spread an important message.
Create short animations in Premiere Pro that command attention.
Brr! Set a snowy scene with this how-to.
Gear and setting tips for successful time-lapses.
Decades before drones, the Cineroc let you send a camera into the sky.
This Premiere Pro tip will make your movie titles doubly effective.
Seamlessly remove small distractions with the Clone Stamp tool.
Kristen Stewart’s new movie is driven by artificial intelligence and an Adobe engineer.