The DMDS is pleased to announce its next workshop which will be held on Tuesday February 21 at Noon time. To reserve your spot for this workshop please follow this link to make your reservation: After Effects sign up
After Effects Basics 3/2 @ 11:45am-1:25pm This workshop is designed to teach you the main elements used to create a composition. Learn how to create, edit, and bring your ideas to the screen using the basic tools of After Effects. [Register Now!]
Northeastern University Libraries’ Digital Media Design Studio (DMDS) is a collaborative and interdisciplinary learning environment for creating course-related multimedia presentations, projects, and portfolios. Check out our Spring 2011 workshops where participants can familiarize themselves with the technology and possibilities offered in the Studio. Photoshop Basics Wednesday, 2/16 @ 11:45am-1:25pm Let us teach you the basics of image adjustment and editing. In this workshop, you will learn how to paint, draw, and edit in Photoshop. After all the separate pieces are created, learn how to bring it all together to make a dynamic multi-layered project. [Register Now!] After Effects Basics Wednesday, 3/2 @ 11:45am-1:25pm This workshop is designed to teach you the basic tools used to create a composition. Learn how to create, edit, and bring your ideas to the screen using the basic tools of After Effects. [Register Now!] Introduction to Editing in Final Cut Pro Wednesday, 3/16 @ 11:45am-1:25pm This workshop will teach you about video and editing in Final Cut Pro. Learn how to capture video, and find out how to apply filters and color corrections to create a professional quality video. [Register Now!] For more information about the DMDS and our workshops visit our website or contact Thomas Bary at 617-373-3399.
The Digital Media Design Studio is having an Introduction to After Effects Workshop. Learn how to create images through the simple tools of After Effects. Gain an understanding of moving images and learn how to bring your ideas to life. Register for the workshop here. The workshop will take place on Wednesday, March 10th at 11:45-1:25, and Thursday, March 11th from 2:50-4:30 in 200 Snell Library.