After Effects, which is available with Adobe’s Creative Cloud, is at the core at the majority of motion graphics, VFX and 3D artists and animators‘ workflows, because it offers a range of tools which can be adapted for a huge range of tasks from simple lower-thirds text and titles to full 3D stereo compositing for feature films.
In many ways, After Effects is Photoshop but for moving footage, and, just like Photoshop, it can seem intimidating to new users and feel like your only ever using 10 per cent of the full power of the application. But it’s worth perservering. Because of the effective reduction in cost of After Effects (thanks to its inclusion in the Creative Cloud suite), it can offer a range of tools that can augment Photoshop and Illustrator. And as because it can import both PSD and AI files natively, your workflow should stay the same.
I tried to make a text tutorial but it would be very difficult for you guys to understand. So, this video is for you all. In this one, you will learn how to color grade in After Effects!
Its being taught by a professional motion desginer Taha Dalal who has many years of experience working in Motion Design and Teaching After Effects. I wanted to bring you the best and easiest tutorial and here it is.
A lot more After Effects tutorials are coming up, so stay tuned for that.