To work efficiently with image files it is highly recommended to start using Adobe Bridge, which is a side-car application of Photoshop made exactly to make working with images as easy and as convenient as it can be. Bridge is installed automatically with Adobe Creative Suite applications and you can start using it by clicking on the Br icon on the option bar or choose File / Browse in Bridge. We are going to use several devices when we work with digital images like digital cameras, scanners, monitors, printers etc and we need to know how to use them properly.
In this e-seminar I’m talking about the new interactive features of InDesign CS5. I show examples of creating interactive PDFs and animated SWFs files exported directly from InDesign. I speak about creating buttons, page transitions, embedding video files, creating animations and multi-state objects. The presentation is 45 minutes long and it is the unedited recorded version of the live seminar.
Before starting using Photoshop we need to have a basic understanding of how digital images work. There are some important terms and concepts, which will help us to enhance and adjust our images correctly and to make professional decisions with our Photoshop projects.
We are going to use several devices when we work with digital images like digital cameras, scanners, monitors, printers etc and we need to know how to use them properly.
In this tutorial I will show you guys some very useful techniques with the amazing new feature in Photoshop CS5: the Content-Aware Fill. This automatic replacement works fine most of the time, but there are ways to improve the effect and help Photoshop a bit. I will show several examples in this tutorial and you can learn everything what you need to know about Content-Aware Fill. Let’s get started!
It is time to be terrified! Undead are rising from their graves! In this tutorial I will show how to convert a simple photograph of a real skeleton into a scary green-eyed monster.
Happy Halloween to everyone 🙂
I’m glad that I made it to PSDtuts+ today. You can watch a 30 minutes video tutorial by me on this popular Photoshop website and learn some really useful techniques to retouch photographs.
In the tutorial you can see some tricks, which will make you seriously think about upgrading to CS5 if you haven’t done it yet 🙂