Brought to you by StudioDaily and Adobe.
Transitioning to a new creative software package can be an emotional endeavor that many seek to avoid. Software becomes the artist’s creative home — a place where heart, mind and soul are focused into an expressive result. Leaving that digital abode and moving to a new one can cause anxiety and stress.
But crossing the digital divide offers new opportunities, efficiencies and a wide new palette of artistic discovery.Do NOT click the add to cart button. Click the button below to watch the webinar on demand.
Director/cameraman/editor David Dessel chronicles his emotional journey switching from Final Cut Pro to Adobe Premiere Pro CS 5.5. This bare-faced and open discussion covers:
- How did it feel to switch?
- The emotional experience of moving to the "uncomfortable zone."
- Dealing with a new interface.
- Can CS5.5 really do what I need?
- Dave confesses: "Everything I thought was wrong."
- How are common Final Cut Pro tasks accomplished in CS5.5?
- What am I losing by switching?
- What is the best process for switching to CS5.5?
- When should you take on a real job?
- When should you work with clients in the room?
- The advanced power of CS5.5 kicks in!
- Why didn't I do this sooner?: A review of breakthrough features and benefits.
- Examples of real-world Adobe workflows that inspire creativity, thrill clients, and improve your business.
David Dessel is a director/cameraman/editor who creates commercials, webisodes, and television. He has worked on projects for Dell, Google, Vaseline, IBM, The History Channel, major brands, networks and ad agencies. He is the owner of Metaphor Pictures, a boutique located in New York City.