A Year of Learning | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe

[ad_1] The past few years have been busy for film editor Vinnie Hobbs. After editing the Kendrick Lamar “Alright” music video, which was the most nominated music video in the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, he’s continued on an impressive trajectory. His videography to date is a who’s who of the music industry, including Fergie, Pitbull,

Highlights from NAB Show 2017

[ad_1] With more than 100,000 attendees from 166 countries and 1,700+ exhibitors, NAB Show is the world’s largest convention showcasing the intersection of media, entertainment and technology. Creative Cloud video and audio tools made a big splash in the Adobe booth, with product demo stations and a theater packed all day, everyday with customers. For those that

Civil Rights Icon Earns Much Deserved Attention 60 Years Later

[ad_1] Dolores Huerta’s first major success as a community activist came when she partnered with César E. Chávez in the 1950s to form the National Farm Workers Association. Sixty years later, she is still a vocal feminist fighting against economic injustice. While the history books detail the work of Chávez, Huerta is not well known,

Combining Music and Travel for YouTube Success

[ad_1] When Andrew Gunadie, aka gunnarolla, and Julia Bentley dressed up as Canadian Mounties and made their Canadian, Please video they had no idea it would go viral. Seven years later, the video showcasing their love of all things Canadian has more than 4.5 million views. At the time, Gunadie hadn’t thought of making a

Virtual Reality with Purpose | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe

[ad_1] Jonathan Powell and Brian Mahoney’s backgrounds in the game industry brought them together, but it was a fascination with virtual reality (VR) and 360-degree video that solidified their relationship. They formed their VR production company, Look On Media, less than a year ago with a focus on creating solutions for education, healthcare, and business.

The Making of Princess Rap Battles

[ad_1] What happens when Snow White and Elsa face off in a rap battle? If you don’t already know, where have you been? Whitney Avalon’s Snow White vs Elsa video has more than 130 million views and counting, and it isn’t alone. After the runaway success of the first princess rap battle, Avalon and her

Rememory Editors Benefit from Integrated Post-Production Workflow

[ad_1] Editor Tyler Nelson has worked on many blockbuster films, including The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Social Network, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and Gone Girl. For Gone Girl, he helped develop a comprehensive post-production pipeline featuring Adobe Premiere Pro, so when Mark Palansky selected him to edit the film Rememory, working

Lemon Enjoys Sweet 2017 Sundance Film Festival Debut

[ad_1] Joi McMillon can now add Academy Award nominee to her list of accomplishments. The talented editor and her colleague Nat Sanders received a nomination for their work editing Moonlight, which is also nominated for Best Picture. This news came while McMillon was attending the 2017 Sundance Film Festival for Lemon, a film she edited with

David Lowery Returns to The Sundance Film Festival with A Ghost Story

[ad_1] David Lowery decided he wanted to make movies when he was seven years old after reading a book on the making of Star Wars. His large, creative family encouraged him to follow his dream, but with no TV or VCR in the house he fueled his inspiration by watching movies in the theater. In