South Donegal voters in Sligo/Letrim constituency vote Yes

first_img DL Debate – 24/05/21 Twitter By News Highland – May 26, 2018 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Google+ People in South Donegal have voted overwhelmingly in favour of repealing the 8th Amendment.A section of the county forms part of the Sligo/Leitrim constituency and those living in that area voted by 63% to 27% in favour of repeal. Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Homepage BannerNews Pinterest Twittercenter_img Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR South Donegal voters in Sligo/Letrim constituency vote Yes WhatsApp Previous articleDonegal League awarded €50,000 grant from FAI for Ballyare facilitiesNext articleFinn Harps left 2 points behind in Wexford – Ollie Horgan News Highland Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Facebooklast_img read more

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HSPH student Ali Chisti aims to improve health in rural Oregon

first_img Read Full Story Three years ago, Oregon native Ali Chisti, MPH ’13, was on course to become a private practice neurosurgeon, studying medicine at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland. During the summers he worked as a caddie at a golf course in Bandon, along Oregon’s rural southern coast, to help pay for school. But in the summer of 2010 he learned about a fellow caddie’s health care troubles. Chisti’s friend had broken his wrist playing basketball. He went to the emergency room at a local hospital. But he didn’t have health insurance—and $12,000 in hospital bills later, he was forced to file for bankruptcy.It got Chisti thinking long and hard about health care access and inequities—and led him to take a break from medical school to study health policy and management at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH).Chisti’s friend could have gone instead to the Bandon area’s safety-net health center—the Waterfall Clinic, which offers reduced rates based on financial need—but the friend didn’t know about it because it had no website and the phone line frequently gave a busy signal. Chisti later learned that the clinic was also critically short on providers and had no system in place for referring uninsured patients to outside doctors or specialists.last_img read more

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Daily Dirt: FY15 budget will protect National Parks, KEEN donates for river clean-ups, and Supreme Court ruling endangers Rails-to-Trails

first_imgBlue Ridge Outdoors’ Daily Dirt brings you a look at some of the most pressing issues of the week from the Blue Ridge and beyond.Supreme Court Ruling Could be a Set Back for Rails-to-TrailsThe Supreme Court ruled 8-1 earlier this week in favor of a private landowner in Wyoming who was fighting to keep bike paths from being built on his public land grants, according to reports.So while the case wasn’t about bike paths specifically, it could set a precedent about whether or not the federal government retains its control over land that had been granted to railroad companies, once abandoned for that purpose. The decision threatens to undermine the hugely popular federal “rails to trails” program making up more than 1,400 bike and nature trails created since its inception in 1983. According to the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, the 21 miles of mixed gravel Medicine Bow Rail Trail is “one of the most popular rail-trails in America.”The name of the Wyoming case is Marvin Brandt Revocable Trust v. United States. The land in question is situated in Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest and the plaintiffs are descendants of an owner of a sawmill that produced railroad ties, granted dozens of acres in 1976 in exchange for turning other acreage over to the government.The Brandts’ lost their case twice in lower courts after the Forest Service attempted to convert a 10-acre length of former railroad track into bike trails that now runs through their property.“The court undermines the legality of thousands of miles of former rights of way that the public now enjoys as means of transportation and recreation,” said Justice Sonia Sotomayor — the lone dissenter. “Lawsuits challenging the conversion of former rails to recreational trails alone may well cost American taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars.”River Network and KEEN Promote River Clean-UpThis spring KEEN Footwear is partnering with River Network to support 14 river clean-ups across the U.S. through a give-with-purchase program at more than 80 local retailers.KEEN will donate $5 for every pair of KEEN.CNX shoes sold at participating retailers, up to $50,000. Select retailers will host the program for a two-week period from March 1 to April 30. Of those retailers, 24 have made the additional commitment to match KEEN’s $5 donation to support a local non-profit of their choosing in their area.River Network, a non-profit organization which helps to unite different river and watershed restoration and conservation organizations across the U.S., will use the donations to support river 14 clean-ups.River Clean-Up Dates and Locations:3/29/2014 –Houston, TX3/29/2014 – Washington, DC4/5/2014 – Bethesda, MD4/12/2014 – Denver, CO4/12/2014 – Atlanta, GA4/19/2014 – Summerville, MA4/19/2014 – Missoula, MT4/19/2014 – Seattle, WA4/19/2014 – Prescott, AZApril/May – Kansas City, MO5/14/2014 – Petaluma, CA5/17/2014 – Ann Arbor, MI9/20/2014 – Northfield, MNObama’s FY15 Budget Seeks Robust Funding for National ParksPresident Obama’s recently released fiscal year 2015 budget calls for full funding to the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), used to build or improve thousands of athletic fields, parks and other recreational amenities since the 1970s, according to Outdoor Industry Association (OIA).LWCF is a self-funded program from offshore oil and gas leasing royalties and has protected and built recreation infrastructure in every state and 98 percent of U.S. counties.The administration’s budget also asks for $640 million to prepare the National Parks for the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service in 2016.The budget also includes a proposal to separate catastrophic wildfire expenses from management budgets; addressing the pressure agencies face to meet both management and wildfire crises on a shoestring budget.OIA’s research shows nearly half of all Americans participate in outdoor activities, spending $646 billion on outdoor recreation every year, supporting more than 6.1 million sustainable American jobs and generating nearly $80 billion in federal, state and local tax revenue.CamelBak Continues Battle Against Single Use Water BottlesFor the last three years CamelBak has been working on the Relay — the first water filtration pitcher to filter water “at the speed of a faucet.”camelbak pitcherCamelBak Relay filters water 10X faster than the leading competitor, the filter lasts twice as long, the locking-lid gives a controlled pour, and it filters twice: once as you fill and again as you pour, with a unique pleated Double Filter Technology system. Independent test results showed Relay removes 97% of chlorine, taste and odor when tested to NSF/ANSI Standard 42.The space-saving pitcher holds 10-cups of water and fits in most refrigerator doors. Side-locking latches keep the lid in place and it’s BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and covered CamelBak’s Lifetime Guarantee. (MSRP $36.99)“CamelBak Relay is the latest example of our commitment to promote hydration while eliminating disposable bottled water,” said CamelBak CEO Sally McCoy, a long-time industry persona and advocate. “We listened to our consumers’ frustrations and solved each complaint by creating an all-around better product that filters water fast, prevents spills and fits well into refrigerators.”Camelbak also has pledged $100,000 to the 21st Century Conservation Corps, which employs young adults and veterans in protecting, restoring and enhancing America’s natural and cultural resources. The donation is a response to a challenge set forth by Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell, asking the private sector to donate $20 million to support the Corps. Visit www.camelbak.com.Cotton Still a Sticky Issue for CompaniesLast year the public learned that Uzbekistan uses forced labor, including that of children, to harvest cotton; and since then some 139 brands have pledged to remove Uzbek cotton from supply chains. The Responsible Sourcing Network picked 49 companies and graded them on their efforts.Adidas ranked No. 1 for eliminating Uzbek cotton for implementing practices such as having “a robust public policy with a well-defined strategy,” requiring that suppliers abide by company sourcing policies, and providing the training to suppliers to that they can follow those policies.Many brands still fall short when auditing suppliers — a daunting task considering the number of supplier tiers that go into garment construction. Companies are reluctant to disclose activities to the public “lest they be ridiculed for not attaining higher accomplishments,” according to the report.The report calls for companies to work together to develop a spinner certification program that would audit and approve spinners based on how responsibly-sourced their cotton is.“Why I Love to Ski or Ride” Video Contest Final Entry Date FridayLearn to Ski and Snowboard is a national public awareness campaign designed to motivate newcomers to take ski or snowboard lessons from professional instructors, and the groups’ “Why I Love to Ski or Ride” video contest ends March 14.ImageProxyJudges for the 2013-14 crop of videos are returning judge Senan Gorman, founder of North Pole Design; Joe Stevens, founder of The Media Center in Charleston, W. Va.; and Troy Hawks, communications consultant based in Denver.The contest is for amateur videographers to express why they love snowsports, part of the industry’s effort to encourage current participants to help motivate newcomers to learn how to ski or snowboard.Three finalists will be determined and each finalist will win a jacket from The North Face, a selection of Warren Miller Entertainment films, and a subscription to either SKI or Transworld Snowboarding. A Grand Prize winner will be selected from among the finalists and will win a $500 gift certificate from skis.com and the Warren Miller Entertainment Award of Excellence. Winning videos will be showcased on You Tube, the skiandsnowboardmonth.org website and the National Ski Areas Association’s annual national conference. January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month.Vermont Resorts Report Record Breaking FebruaryVermont ski and snowboard resorts enjoyed a record breaking February holiday period, according to Ski Vermont. The Valentine’s Day storm dropped up to 2 feet of snow over the Green Mountains and continued for two weeks through Presidents’ Day. Vermont resorts reported both strong ticket sales and lodging numbers for the entire holiday period and are seeing a continued positive effect with late season lodging reservations.last_img read more

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Roundup

first_imgThe following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety Daily Incident Log on Wednesday, Feb. 29.View Roundup 03-02 in a larger mapCrimes against a personAt 10:31 P.m., a student reported that a suspect punched him in the face without provocation while he was walking near Jefferson Boulevard and Figueroa Street. DPS officers responded and conducted a search, but  they were unable to locate the suspect. The student was examined by an LAFD RA unit and released at the scene after declining transportation for medical treatment.Crimes against propertyat 8:16 p.m., a student drove her vehicle into a bike rack while parking outside University Gateway apartments, damaging the rack and two bicycles that were secured to it.at 11:31 a.m., DPS officers responded to a report of a bike theft in progress at Stonier Hall and detained two suspects matching the descriptions given by witnesses. One of the suspects was found in possession of a pair of bolt cutters and a bike that he admitted was stolen, and the second suspect was found in possession of a knife. Both suspects were arrested and transported to 77th station for booking.last_img read more

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STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – FRIDAY JANUARY 22, 2016

first_imgJockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won SADLER HAPPY WITH DRAW IN CLOCKERS’ CORNERTrainer John Sadler is looking forward to Sunday’s $75,000 Clockers’ Corner Stakes at about 6 1/2 furlongs on turf, in which he has entered Bench Warrant for the Doubledown Stables of Chicago’s Richard Templer.“The horse is kind of a specialist,” Sadler said. “He runs well down the hill every time. He was kind of unlucky in the Daytona last out on Dec. 26. When you look at the chart and where he came from and how far he got beat, it was a pretty good race.“We got a good draw, so we’re looking forward to it.”The Clockers’ Corner: Rocket Heat, Edwin Maldonado, 7-2; Holy Lute, Victor Espinoza, 6-1; Cape Wolfe, Flavien Prat, 10-1; County Lineman, Alonso Quinonez, 8-1; Fleet Eagle, Tiago Pereira, 30-1; Silentio, Mike Smith, 8-1; Coastline, Tyler Baze, 4-1; Home Run Kitten, Joe Talamo, 4-1; Ocho Ocho Ocho, Santiago Gonazlez, 8-1; and Bench Warrant, Drayden Van Dyke, 12-1. Peter Miller4063215%28%$207,380 Tyler Baze80613118%38%$343,382 SANTA MONICA AN OPEN RACE SANS SUNDAY RULESESPINOZA PUTS KIBOSH ON RETIREMENT REPORTSSPECIALIST BENCH WARRANT IN CLOCKERS’ CORNERDORTMUND IN BULLET DRILL FOR RICH SAN ANTONIO Vladimir Cerin941244%78%$111,050 (Current Through Monday, Jan. 18) SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Drayden Van Dyke3955513%38%$304,214 Joseph Talamo6489613%36%$396,588 Gary Stevens2042020%30%$491,780 SANTA MONICA FIELD GROWS WITHOUT BIG FAVORITESaturday’s Grade II Santa Monica Stakes drew nine entrants, thanks in no small part to the unexpected absence of Sunday Rules, who would have been the odds-on favorite in the seven furlong test for older fillies and mares.One horse entered that had been on the fence is Kyriaki, a 6-year-old Scat Daddy mare coming off a head victory in the mud at Delta Downs.“That’s why there’s such a big field,” said Peter Eurton, trainer of Kyriaki. “We fooled around with Kyriaki on the turf for 12 starts, but she’s been on dirt and won three and she’s gotten better with age.“I’m not 100 percent sure sprinting is her best gig. I think she wants a mile, but seven-eighths is not so bad.”Also set for the Santa Monica is Ben’s Duchess, fourth in the Grade I La Brea at seven furlongs on Dec. 26.“She had her prep Monday morning at 6:30 with Joe Talamo up,” trainer John Sadler said. “She went perfect. Hopefully, we’re going to rebound from her fourth-place finish in the La Brea. She missed getting a prep race for that race, but now she’s had a race and trained steadily with two good works going into the Santa Monica.”Ben’s Duchess worked five furlongs Monday in 1:00.20.Sunday Rules was not entered due to a skin infection in a hock, but it was minor and the front-running Tribal Rule mare will be pointed to the $150,000 Sunshine Millions Filly & Mare Turf Sprint at about 6 ½ furlongs a week from tomorrow, on Jan. 30.“It was just a two-day deal,” said Phil D’Amato, atop the trainer standings through 16 days with eight victories. “She’s back training full force. It was just one of those things that happen, and now we’re looking to run in the Cal Cup.”The Santa Monica: Prize Exhibit, Santiago Gonzalez, 4-1; Ben’s Duchess, Joe Talamo, 5-2; Kiss At Midnight, Gary Stevens, 12-1; Lost Bus, Fernando Perez, 20-1; Tara’s Tango, Mike Smith, 6-1; Room for Me, Martin Garcia, 3-1; Living The Life, Flavien Prat, 6-1; Kyriaki, Mario Gutierrez, 12-1; and Finest City, Corey Nakatani, 10-1. Mario Gutierrez67813612%40%$416,764 Mike Smith3642311%25%$416,200 David Lopez571141019%44%$332,028 Fernando Perez60741112%37%$296,716 Bob Baffert3474821%56%$437,120 Kristin Mulhall1442129%50%$150,350 Flavien Prat58841214%41%$427,408 VICTOR ESPINOZA NOT READY TO RETIREReports of Victor Espinoza’s retirement have been greatly exaggerated.In fact, the Triple Crown-winning jockey, just back from an awards ceremony in London, said at Clockers’ Corner Friday morning that contrary to a recent news report, he is not retiring, and a few hours later, his agent, Brian Beach, confirmed that.“There’s nothing to it,” Beach said. “People have to understand that after a grueling last six months and actually, the last two years, it takes a mental toll and it wears you down.“Victor is working a horse tomorrow morning at 6:30. He’s as hungry as ever. He’s not ready to retire.”Espinoza was in London where he participated in Longines World’s Best Racehorse ceremony at which American Pharoah was honored. “I got there Monday and left Wednesday,” said Espinoza, who is named to ride 6-1 chance Aguacate for Vladmir Cerin in today’s fifth race. “It was great. They gave me the best watch ever.“Longines designed it with the words ‘Triple Crown No. 5’ engraved on the back. That was American Pharoah’s saddle cloth number in the Belmont Stakes.”center_img FINISH LINES: Santa Anita Derby winner Dortmund, prepping for the $500,000 San Antonio Stakes on Feb. 6, worked six furlongs on Santa Anita’s fast main track Friday in 1:12 under regular rider Martin Garcia. Dortmund’s fractional times were 23.80, 35.60, 47.80 and 1:00.40, according to clocker Dane Nelson . . . Trainer Doug O’Neill has unbeaten Eclipse champion Nyquist set to work Sunday towards his three-year-old debut in the San Vicente Stakes on Feb. 15 . . . San Pasqual Stakes runner-up Imperative, also ticketed for the San Antonio, went four furlongs with Mario Gutierrez up for Richard Baltas Thursday in a bullet 46.40, fastest of 43 drills at the distance, the average time of which was 48.90. “It was a great work,” said Baltas, who has a busy weekend, with two horses entered today, five on Saturday and one on Sunday . . . David Jacobson, who has two horses entered today in quest of his first win this meet, is happy to date with the transition from the East Coast to California. “Everything’s great,” said Jacobson, who has 6-1 morning line chance You Know I Know in the third and 7-2 Caldera in the eighth. Jacobson also has entered horses at Golden Gate Fields in the Bay Area. “Wherever I think I can win a race,” he said, “I’ll go there.” Jacobson started 646 horses last year, winning with 128, a respectable 20 percent average . . . Geoff Shackelford, horse player and writer for Golf World & Golf Digest, and track announcer Michael Wrona, will be Tom Quigley‘s guests Saturday and Sunday respectively in the East Paddock Gardens at 11:20 a.m. . . . Agent Vince DeGregory has Tiago Pereira booked to ride Power Foot for Neil Drysdale in the Grade III John B. Connolly Turf Cup at 1 ½ miles at Sam Houston Jan. 30 . . . Santa Anita, home to America’s biggest winter betting pools, is currently handling on average more than $920,000 in its weekend Late Pick Four pools and more than $570,000 in the weekday Late Pick Four. Peter Eurton28410414%64%$194,700 Martin Pedroza3542111%20%$83,490 Edwin Maldonado57104718%37%$324,670 Abel Lezcano2231114%23%$122,120 Alex Solis830238%63%$174,384 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Mark Glatt2842114%25%$130,880 Martin Garcia3755714%46%$341,824 Richard Baltas3674319%39%$446,854 Rafael Bejarano751614821%51%$810,130 Jeff Bonde1242033%50%$94,260 Santiago Gonzalez901912921%44%$692,908 Doug O’Neill5949127%42%$276,832 Philip D’Amato4087920%60%$485,210 Alonso Quinonez3037110%37%$154,920 William Spawr1353038%62%$130,274 Kent Desormeaux323759%47%$302,970last_img read more

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Burbank council to consider lot

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant As part of the proposal, officials are also considering an agreement with Burbank Community Church for 40 more spaces that would be available to residents Monday through Saturday. In return, the city would reconstruct the church’s parking lot. “There’s not enough parking in Magnolia Park,” said Sam Asheghian, president of the Magnolia Park Merchants Association. “Anything will help. We need it and they will approve it.” In September 2004, the City Council approved a plan for the Magnolia Park area that calls for parking improvements, marketing and promotions, events and street maintenance around Magnolia Boulevard, Hollywood Way, Chandler Boulevard, Clark Avenue and Buena Vista Street. Officials hope the project will generate nearly $1.3 million over five years. Jason Kandel, (818) 546-3306 [email protected] IF YOU GO: The Burbank City Council meets tonight at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers, 275 E. Olive Ave. BURBANK – The City Council tonight will consider setting aside more than $775,000 to build a lot in the parking-starved Magnolia Park area. Officials are talking with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power about leasing some of its property for more parking on the south side of Magnolia Boulevard at Kenwood Street. It’s part of the city’s plan to improve parking in the Magnolia Park area, which is undergoing a revitalization. “Parking has been cited as the No. 1 concern of property owners,” wrote Jack Lynch, the city’s senior project manager, in his staff report to the council. “It has also been an impediment to attracting restaurants to the area.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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DeMarcus Cousins’ approach to Game 3: ‘Whatever it takes’

first_imgClick here if you are unable to view this gallery on a mobile device.OAKLAND — Center DeMarcus Cousins, coming off his second major injury in 16 months, was a surprise hero in the Warriors’ win over the Raptors in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night.But after posting 11 points, 10 rebounds and six assists in 28 minutes, Cousins says there is more where that came from. “I’m far from a finished … [vemba-video id=”van/sc/2019/06/05/bang_523bb789-cad7-4564-bccc-ff564541c2ae”]last_img read more

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How Long Can DNA Survive?

first_imgAn international team of scientists takes issue with recent claims that ancient DNA has been found in ice, amber, salt or rock many millions of years old (see 05/23/2002 entry, for instance).  They think such cases are due to contamination and have not been independently replicated.  They gathered samples in Siberian and Antarctic permafrost under ideal conditions for preservation, and found that DNA would become unrecognizable after millions of years due to increasing numbers of interstrand crosslinks.  Their report, published in the Jan. 6 issue of Current Biology,1 puts an upper limit at 400,000 years on the durability of DNA.    Unexpectedly, they found that non-spore-forming gram-positive Actinobacteria seems to survive the longest.  This was surprising, because endospores were assumed to be the hardiest of all cell types.  An endospore has no DNA-repair activity, so maybe that’s the reason.  They offer some other possibilities:The mechanism behind the superior persistence of DNA from the non-spore-forming-GP Actinobacteria is currently unknown.  Slow but continuous metabolic activity and DNA repair at subzero temperatures is one possibility.  Adaptations connected to dormancy might be another explanation.  Finally, the DNA could simply originate from dead bacteria, whose DNA for some reason, e.g., structural features, survived better.Willerslev et al., “Long-term persistence of bacterial DNA,” Current Biology, Vol 14, R9-R10, 6 January 2004.Do any of those possibilities sound plausible to you?  Actually, DNA probably degrades much faster than they estimate.  There’s no way they could verify the 400,000 year figure; it’s a pure guess, based on certain assumptions.  At most, it is just an upper limit.  If DNA could survive the onslaughts of nature for so long, it would speak of designed mechanisms to fight the degrading pressure of entropy.(Visited 15 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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Using Adobe Speedgrade CC In Your Post Production Workflow

first_imgMake the most of Adobe Speedgrade CC by incorporating its color correction and grading capabilities into your post production workflow.If you’re are an Adobe Creative Cloud subscriber then you currently have access to Speedgrade CC, a color grading application that is a key part of the Adobe post production suite. Have you downloaded it but not yet used it yet? In need of some inspiration for what you can achieve in Speedgrade CC? Check out the video above featuring German director/colorist Thomas Bergmann – who runs the boutique film studio Silbersalz.Silbersalz’s commercial work is pretty stunning, and it’s amazing to think it was all achieved inside Speedgrade CC – the very same application possibly currently sitting on your desktop. Eric Philpott has a great interview with Thomas over on Pro Video Coalition, with plenty more inspiring stills from their work.“SpeedGrade is very precise and gives me nine different areas of adjustment to the overall image—and that’s before we even get into masks and secondary color corrections! We can go into the highlights and blacks and change the gammas or increase contrast in the middle, giving us even more control over the clarity of the image and colors. If you want to put in the time you could achieve something similar in Davinci, but in SpeedGrade it is faster and the luma and colorometry look sharper and crisper.”Now that you’re all inspired about using Speedgrade you might want to learn how to use a Tangent Element Control Surface, as used by Thomas in the video above. The free preview video from a 5 hour Speedgrade training course by Patrick Inhofer (from color grading subscription site Mixing Light) might be a sensible next step to truly master the application. You can check out the official Tangent Element site here. Check out the rest of the free previews further down this post!What’s new in Speedgrade CC 2014?As Adobe updates all of their apps on a regular basis, its tricky to keep pace with all the latest features. This short video from Adobe’s announcement at NAB 2014 provides a quick overview of all the new features. If you want a much more comprehensive walk through of Speedgrade CC and it’s workflow then this 20 minute seminar from world wide evangelist Joost van der Hoeven will tell you all you need to know.Adobe Speedgrade TutorialsIf you’re looking for a way to give you footage a quick ‘cinematic look’, then this Speedgrade CC tutorial will show you how to do just that, in under 10 minutes flat.In this 40 minute overview Dave Andrade walks you through the whole of the Speedgrade CC grading workflow, working with some interesting footage from a Zombie short film.In this tutorial Dave shares some quick tips and tricks for working in the timeline in Adobe Speedgrade CC.Adobe Speedgrade Training Series: Free PreviewsAs promised here are the other free preview videos from Mixing Light’s Insights Training on Adobe Speedgrade CC. If you want more free training head over to Speedgrade’s Adobe TV channel. Other PremiumBeat Posts on Speedgrade CCLast but by not least, PremiumBeat blogger Aaron Williams has a couple of other great posts on working in Speedgrade. In the first post he shares how to create an ‘aggressive vintage teal and orange look’ in a detailed step by step guide. It’s a great post, packed with adjustment by adjustment images, so you can really see what’s happening at each stage.In the second post he describes how to make the most of adjustment layers to shape your grade inside Premiere Pro, After Effects and Speedgrade.Got Speedgrade tips to share? Let us know in the comments below!last_img read more

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