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  • http://youtu.be/Y6zIh2JX8w8 Kicking Off 2015 with Joel Grimes on The Grid! If you missed last week's episode of The Grid, the first of the new year, with Joel Grimes, it's one you're going to want to go back and watch. Joel is always full of great advice and wisdom, and he didn't hold back on this episode. If you're looking for inspiration to jump start your creativity this year, look no further! DSLR Filmmaking: Creating slideshows with Adobe Premiere with Brandon Ford Learn how to harness the full creative control provided by Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014 to create custom slideshows. Join our own Brandon Ford as he walks you through the fundamentals of getting started with Premiere, then takes you through every step in the process of creating dynamic slideshows complete with motion, animation, transitions, music, and text. By the end of the class…

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