VIDEO: Using type, colour and shapes in Pixlr

In the digital age of journalism, every story needs a visual. Pixlr is one free tool you can use not only to prepare photos, but to create images from scratch. In this video, learn the basics of adding colour, shapes, and type to a Pixlr project. By Sally Goldberg Powell

VIDEO: Supplemental – editing with the Year 2 quick templates

In order to produce social media video under tight deadlines, we are offering students in Year 2 three quick templates – for video timelines, listicles, and explainers. This video will show you how to use these templates to effectively create video to engage your social media audience. You can download the template that corresponds to your […]

VIDEO: Videolicious – Enterprise Account

By Sally Goldberg Powell Videolicious – Enterprise Account As a student in the School of Journalism, you have access to the enterprise version of Videolicious, a video editing app used by many news outlets. In this video, learn how to use this version of the app to create news items with voice overs, interview clips […]

VIDEO: Photoshop Selections

Image cutouts are a common building block in a wide variety of projects, from print layouts, infographics, and animated video. In this video, learn how to use selection selection tools in Photoshop to create clean and refined cutouts optimized for on-screen projects. By Sally Goldberg Powell

VIDEO: Basics of Charts and Graphs – Google Sheets

Understanding how to work with large datasets is the first step in creating effective visualizations using charts and graphs. This video demonstrates how to focus, sort, filter, tally, and use functions in Google Sheets in order to turn a large dataset into a smaller, more focussed one that can tell a story. By Sally Goldberg […]

VIDEO: Continuity, montage, and broadcast news – the language of editing

Just like the written word, video editing is a language with its own structure and grammatical rules. Through a series of listicles and examples, learn the language of editing in three common styles: continuity editing for storytelling, montage editing for creating a mood or condensing time, and broadcast news editing with its unique features focused on […]