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  1. AugustineMLB

    Looking for help creating a gif overlay

    OK, I think I follow. I'll let you know if I have any more questions. Thanks for taking the time to answer.
  2. AugustineMLB

    Photoshop/After Effects novice

    Thanks! Yeah, I was just trying to make my background known. Probably asking a lot more than telling on here.
  3. AugustineMLB

    Looking for help creating a gif overlay

    OK, so is there a tutorial somewhere on how to do that? I'm not 100% sure what you mean by separate the layers. I understand everything else you describe. What I do is I open the clips I want to overlay individually, and once I've pasted each one over the main layer, I group each clip...
  4. AugustineMLB

    Looking for help creating a gif overlay

    The gif I want to make mine look like. Notice how the baseballs in this are still very visible despite the other layers being transparent? If you want me to explain more, I can
  5. AugustineMLB

    Looking for help creating a gif overlay

    Which one? The 'my gif' is attached below. The baseballs start to fade the closer they get to the catcher. I want to keep them the same intensity.
  6. AugustineMLB

    Looking for help creating a gif overlay

    Hello everyone. This is my first post and I was looking for some help on how to create a gif effect in Photoshop. View my gif below to see what I mean and then take a look at the article below that to understand what I'm trying to achieve. I already know how to do an overlay but the problem I'm...
  7. AugustineMLB

    Photoshop/After Effects novice

    Hello everyone. My name is Michael and I use Photoshop and After Effects exclusively. I make pitching gifs (overlays, trails, etc) and am trying to get better at it/be more innovative. I hope I can share tips as well as gain some skilsl along the way.

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