If you are in the photography or videography industry, you know or at-least have heard of the Ken Burns effect. Basically it is a gradual zoom in or zoom out effect for your videos. Alot of amateur editors like to use it for picture slideshow moves and it defiantly gives off an amateur feel. But what if I told you there was a better and more effective way of getting the same effect that looks more professional?
Key Framing is a very helpful technique to learn when editing and can be used for a lot of different effects but in this video, we show you how to create the Ken Burns effect using Key Framing. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Key Framing and we will cover more ways to use it in future videos tutorials.