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7 Reasons To Use After Effects Instead Of Photoshop

I must admit, I’m guilty of using After Effects instead of Photoshop for certain things. Most of the time it’s when I know a plugin in After Effects that will speed up the workflow and allow a couple different angles of the same shot to be used. Stuff like the Trapcode plugins or creating a simple gradient map and then using Camera Blur to add a quick depth of field to a shot is so helpful. Read the full article from Revostock here.

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