ProShow 9 ships with a host of new features, but today we want to spotlight one of the bigger under-the-hood improvements. The video importing engine received a fairly major overhaul in order to improve your experience when working with video content. Not only should your video files import much faster in version 9, but they should also look better too.Continue reading →
Looking to try something new in the world of photography? Start a photography project to develop those skills and techniques to get some pretty amazing results. Pretty soon you’ll be able to develop that instinct of just pointing, shooting, and capturing the best photo.
Browse through our round-up of photography ideas filled with how-to’s, ProShow effects, sample slideshows, and much more to help you get started. This is a great way to challenge yourself + improve your photography, and to bust out of any creative block you have. You’ll also have plenty of fun along the way…no doubt.Continue reading →
Slideshow made in ProShow Producer 8
Today’s guest post comes from photographer and author David FitzSimmons
The key to launching a new book is widespread media presence. While reviews in magazines, newspapers, and trade journals are important, many publishers introduce new titles with a book trailer, something that can be easily created with ProShow.
Like a movie trailer, a short focused video about a new title can capture people’s attention and motivate them to pick up a copy; the key, however, is telling a bit about your work but not too much, and doing it in an engaging, dynamic way.Continue reading →
Time lapse videos have become more and more popular over time. This is a very interesting technique built out of hundreds of images taken per second and certain intervals and then made into a short video clip. Once played it looks like time appears to be moving faster even though it’s being played at a normal speed.Continue reading →
Summer is a popular time for reunions. Whether it be family, friends, an organization, or another kind of special gathering. One thing is for sure is there are lots of photos. It’s always nice to share some photos from the past to look back on or more current photos during the reunion. You can also take some photos during the current reunion to prepare for the next one. Continue reading →
Intro by Skip Cohen
When my kids were younger, my mother was always complaining about not having enough up to date pictures of her grandchildren. Here I was in the photo industry and playing out a true-to-life scenario of that old expression, “the shoemaker’s children need shoes!”
Suzette Allen is back this week with eight different short videos to remind you some of the best memories you can capture this summer are of your own family! Plus, capturing those special moments with family and friend also gives you some great material for marketing your business and your skill set.Continue reading →