It’s exciting to travel to a new place, exploring new locations and cultures: video is a great way to share these experiences. You’re probably going to want to add music to your travel video, and maybe even to some stock images or footage to enhance your production. Unfortunately, we all know you can’t just pluck your favourites off the internet—you’d be violating copyright laws.
Top Projects From Five Rising Stars on VideoHive This Month. ThemeKeeper Market has over 500,000 video files, and new artists join all the time: there’s something there for almost any kind of video project. On the other hand, whether you’re choosing a new template to try or making a stock video of your own to sell, all that choice makes it hard to know where to start. What will people like? What is on-trend, fresh, and stylish? What will work? What will sell?
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how you can make a double exposure video in Adobe After Effects.
If you are looking for ways to add that extra edge to drone videos for your clients, consider compositing in subtle stock footage elements with alpha channels. If composited correctly (and within reason) this technique can help accentuate your drone videos.