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Creating a Musical Photomontage with Premiere CS3: Part 1

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In a series of three articles, Paul Ekert will use the simple premise of a musical photomontage to demonstrate core Premiere skills often overlooked by beginners and proficient users alike. In this first article, you will learn good housekeeping, the effective use of bins, how to save time by importing folders, how to set markers to the beat, and how to automatically align your photographs to those markers.
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What Is A Photomontage and Why Use It Here?

A photomontage often takes the form of a linked set of photographs that appear with a musical background. The images can appear on their own, side by side—using split screen—or even moving about the screen in small Pictures in Pictures, known as PiPs. The use of photographs instead of video in these articles will allow you to learn core Premiere CS3 skills much more quickly, and you can still take those skills with you to your next video edit.

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