Final Cut Pro X updated, and with it went some apperance changes. In order to grow the clips in both the timeline and clip archives, you must now click a new button, or use the shortcut Command +. To shrink the clips, use Command -. This shortcut makes each second of footage take up either more space or less space.
Happy Tutorial Tuesday everyone!
If you wanted an easy way to get an adjustable vignette in Photoshop, here you go! Whether you’re an aspiring photographer, a graphic designer or working on your marketing (or anything else, really), knowing how to make a vignette in Photoshop is a good skill to have. If I am going too quickly, pause the video – I do have written steps; if you are already familiar with Photoshop, ignore all my side comments and just listen/watch. Happy Editing everyone!
I’m sorry! I’m so very sorry! For any of you people who are crazy enough to like me (1), read my blog (2) and happened to miss it while I took a short leave of absence (3) (which I understand is probably a small if existent percentage) I am sorry to you!
In my time away, things have been happening though!
I’ve finished a Patreon video,
and a Real Estate video.
I partied with my bestie in Seattle for her Bachelorette party,
started a personal project, played a small part in GISHWHES,
hosted a Mastermind meeting, many Marketing meetings, went to a Josh Groban Concert,
skyped with my Italian penpal I haven’t seen in 5 years since I visited her in Italy,
played and bonded with my adorable pooch
and have continued to help create this masterpiece in progress (yes, that’s a boat made out of concrete)
among other things.
Life is crazy and magical and my goal is continue to let you be a part of it, so I’m determined to be on my best behavior! Tutorial Tuesday and Blogday Thursday are coming back!
Over and out.