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Focus: Graphics Designer Photoshop CS4: Layers in Depth: Warp text feature By Jan Kabili Text in a Photoshop composition isn't limited to being horizontal or vertical. You can distort the shape of text using the warp text feature in Photoshop. In this clip, host Jan Kabili details how to warp text in a composition with existing text. ...Read More »
Focus: Graphics Designer Photoshop CS4: Layers in Depth: Paragraph text By Jan Kabili In this clip, host Jan Kabili covers Point type layers, which usually contain just a single line of type, or a couple lines of type with a hard return at the end of each line. Once in a while you may want to include more lines of text in a Photoshop document, such as for mock ups, in which case you can take advantage of Photoshop's paragraph type feature, which automatically wraps text inside a bounding box. ...Read More »
Focus: Graphics Designer Photo Flops: Five Photoshop Fixes For Common Image Issues By Stephen Farnow The digital age has created a revolution in photography with instant-gratification LCD screens on cameras. And even when those images don't meet our ever-increasing standards, we now have tools like Adobe's Photoshop to post process those images and bring them up to snuff. While there are a limitless number of digital enhancements you might consider, the following five will address your most common image problems. ...Read More »
Focus: Graphics Designer Photoshop CS4: Layers in Depth: Layered text By Jan Kabili In this clip, host Jan Kabili discusses text and how it remains editable in Photoshop as long as its layer remains as a special type layer. You can come back to a type layer at any time, to change the appearance of the text, to fix a spelling error, or to change the content of different words altogether. She shows how to edit all of the text on the type layer, working with the layers panel and the type tool. ...Read More »
Focus: Graphics Designer Photoshop CS4: Layers in Depth: Type Layers By Jan Kabili In this clip, host Jan Kabili discusses what type layers are, and what advantages that they have over pixel-based content, plus Photoshop type layers are editable, so you can change the font, size, color, shape and even the content of the type layer. She works with type layers, including how to make a new type layer. ...Read More »
Focus: Graphics Designer Adobe Photoshop CS4 for Photographers: Bridge Interface What tools are available and where they all are
By Chris Orwig In this clip, Lynda.com host Chris Orwig covers the Adobe Bridge interface, where everything is located, some of the more imoportant aspects and features of the Bridge interface. This is just an introduction of Bridge. he details all the tools available to help navigate Bridge, including taskbars, workspace buttons, previews, search, filtering, sort, rotate, and more. ...Read More »
Focus: Graphics Designer Adobe Photoshop CS4 for Photographers: Discarding and editing your images Know when to discard the bad images
By Chris Orwig In this clip, Lynda.com host Chris Orwig discusses how you can rate and rank your photogprahs, and how to sort through your images and know which ones to keep and which ones to hold onto. Discarding images can become overwhelming, and he explains this, and how to overcome it, what you want to do, how to narrow your images down from the mass of images. ...Read More »
Focus: Graphics Designer Adobe Photoshop CS4 for Photographers: Advanced and Cache tabs By Chris Orwig In this clip, Lynda.com host Chris Orwig talks about Advanced and Cache tabs. He suggests to select start Bridge at Login so you can access it when you need in when you fire up your computer. He then details what the Cache is and what it does, and covers the options, Location, and cache size. ...Read More »
Focus: Graphics Designer Adobe Photoshop CS4 for Photographers: Thumbnail Preferences Changing the preferences to enhance your workflow
By Chris Orwig In this clip, Lynda.com host Chris Orwig talks about the thumbnail preference. He shows how to customize for performance and file handling as well as details, such as metadata, date created, dimensions, keywords, and so forth. ...Read More »
Focus: Graphics Designer Adobe Photoshop CS4 for Photographers: General Bridge Preferences The Preferences dialog window, appearance, behavior, and favorite items
By Chris Orwig In this clip, Lynda.com host Chris Orwig discusses several general Bridge preferences. He discusses the preferences dialog window and under the general tab he covers what can be modified, such as changing the appearance of Bridge, including adjusting the brightness, image backdrop and accent color. He also covers the behavior settings as well as favorite items. ...Read More »
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