Videos tagged with Adobe CS


Adobe CS: Use Version Cue to manage versions

Adobe CS: Use Version Cue to manage versions

Posted in Graphics

Version Cue is tightly integrated into the Adobe Bridge and the CS2 Applications. In this episode you will see how to set up a Version Cue project and how to save multiple versions of a Photoshop document into your project. Then you'll see how to revert back to a previous version. Version Cue is file management for the person who doesn't have a file management system.

Tags: Design, Adobe, Adobe Bridge, Adobe CS



Adobe CS: Create and use Metadata Templates in Bridge

Adobe CS: Create and use Metadata Templates in Bridge

Posted in Graphics

If you're shooting digital then chances are you're massing thousands of photos. How will you ever find what you're looking for? The key is entering metadata into the images themselves. However, who wants to do it image-by-image and even when you're doing groups at a time who wants to enter the same data over and over again such as copyright info? In this episode you'll learn how to create a met...

Tags: Design, Adobe, Adobe Bridge, Adobe CS



Adobe CS: Warp your text for interesting effects

Adobe CS: Warp your text for interesting effects

Posted in Graphics

In this episode you will learn how to Warp your text into any shape or design you want. This is a really handy effect for applying logos or designs to images of clothing. Using this effect you can warp your text to the wrinkles in your fabric and make it really look like it was there all along. Even if you're not applying this effect to clothing, you can really create some interesting designs f...

Tags: Design, Adobe, Adobe CS, Illustrator


Adobe CS: Use Layer Comps in Photoshop to show your work

Adobe CS: Use Layer Comps in Photoshop to show your work

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If you do compositing in Adobe Photoshop then you probably work with layers. If you do complex work, then you probably work with a LOT of layers. It doesn’t matter if you have 5 layers or 100 layers, if you are turning individual layers on and off to show variations of your work, there is a better way. It’s called Layer Comps. Layer Comps are also supported in InDesign CS2. So if yo...

Tags: Photoshop, Design, Adobe, Adobe CS, InDesign




Adobe CS: Mock up your packages in 3D with Illustrator

Adobe CS: Mock up your packages in 3D with Illustrator

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Adobe Illustrator has been doing 3D since Illustrator CS. In this episode you’ll learn two facets of Illustrator CS2’s 3D capabilities. You’ll learn how to create a simple 2D shape and revolve it into a bottle. Then you’ll see how to put your own custom label on it. Next you’ll see how to take a simple 2D shape and extrude it to mock up the popular MP3 player.

Tags: Design, 3D, Adobe, 2D, Adobe CS, Illustrator


Adobe CS: Create those cool Favorite Icons in GoLive CS2

Adobe CS: Create those cool Favorite Icons in GoLive CS2

Posted in Graphics

Favorite Icons or Favicons as they are commonly called are those cool little icons that appear just to left of the URL when you visit many popular websites. It’s usually the company logo, but it could be anything. In this episode I’ll show you just how easy it is to make one of those in GoLive CS2 with a little help from Illustrator and Photoshop.

Tags: Photoshop, Design, Adobe, Adobe CS, GoLive, Illustrator, Favicon


Adobe CS: Use Photomerge for stitching large photos

Adobe CS: Use Photomerge for stitching large photos

Posted in Graphics

We all know how great Photoshop CS2’s Photomerge feature can be for creating large panoramic scenes. However, in this episode you’ll learn how you can take advantage of this feature to scan photos larger than what your scanner can handle. In this episode I put together an old 16"x20" high school class composite with my 8.5"x11" scanner!

Tags: Photoshop, Design, Adobe, Adobe CS


Adobe CS: Learn to use Object Styles in InDesign CS2

Adobe CS: Learn to use Object Styles in InDesign CS2

Posted in Graphics

Why do we use Paragraph & Character Styles in our layouts? We do so to speed up our workflows and to provide consistency to our layouts. We’ll now you have a 3rd option and it’s called Object Styles. Object Styles allow you to format your frames and their contents quickly and if you ever need to make global changes you can simply update the Object Style and everything in your la...

Tags: Design, Adobe, Adobe CS, InDesign