The key to successfully using Lightroom is organization. By planning ahead and keeping things simple, you’ll spend less time sorting through your catalog trying to locate photos.
Improved interaction between Photoshop and Reflow will help boost your productivity by allowing users to quickly and easily generate a Reflow project from a Photoshop document. This video covers how to export fro Photoshop to Reflow, how to create a background gradient for your webpage using Reflow code rather than an image created in Photoshop, and how to use the Photoshop connect panel.
The workflow from Illustrator to Edge Animate and Reflow just got much, much simpler. Before the new CC update, users had to export a .SVG file from Illustrator which could be confusing based on the setting options. Now, all they have to do is copy the drawing from Illustrator to the clipboard, and paste it into Animate and Reflow. The new updates have made this really simple.
In Part 1, I talked about putting the images you want in your photo book into a collection and finishing them off (in the Develop module). Then, heading to the Book module to choose your book’s final size, paper quality, and stuff like that, and then using Auto Layout to at least get your images into the book. Now, we’re going to learn how to tweak those layouts.
In this tutorial, Tom Green goes over how to import video files into Edge Animate. Using the new Video tab in the Animate Library, users can import their video formats and set video playback options like autoplay, loop, and display video controls. Because this is html5, users need to be sure to include video formats (.mp4, .webm, and .ogv) that work across different browsers, like Firefox and Opera.
Everybody loves fireworks! Lots of us shoot them off. Even more of us set up the tripod and photograph them, hoping to capture the magnificence of the finale. For me, that last shot never measures up, so let’s create a blazing light spectacle with Camera Raw, layer masks, and blend modes in Photoshop.