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Premiere Pro Can Help Get Your Business on Video

The days of conveying your business’s message with a photo are slowly declining. Today, Internet and television viewers have short attention spans. With so much content available on a variety of devices, the content thrown at us every second is overwhelming. Photos are often ignored as noise. To get your message across more effectively, the photo is being replaced by video. Videos are easier to create than ever before; there are a vast number of ways to share them online, and quality continues to improve. What this means for you and your business is that video content is becoming a necessity...

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Trading Places: Dropping Photoshop Files Into InDesign

If you’re trying to use multiple Adobe Creative Suite programs together, one of the first things you should become familiar with is the Place tool. Place functions similar to the Open tool. The biggest difference however, is that the Open tool lets you open a document as a new file, while Place lets you stick an image, text file or other materials into an existing document as a new layer. InDesign is a robust layout tool for fliers, ads, magazines, etc. Photoshop lets you edit images to add effects, combine multiple images together, perfect a photograph, etc. Illustrator offers many tools to...

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Adobe Creative Suite Isn’t Just for Designers

The Fort Collins Digital Workshop has been around for seven years, and we’ve spoken with plenty of neighbors, friends and innumerable acquaintances about the beauty of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Funny thing is, after all this time, we’re still hearing the same objections to using Adobe Creative Suite (CS) as we did back in the day. If you’re on the fence about picking up Photoshop or another Adobe program, there’s a strong chance you fall into one of these categories: My brain melts just looking at all the buttons My wallet bursts into flames just looking at the price tag I...

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Windows 8: Adobe Photoshop Express

Peeking in on Photoshop Express using Windows 8 The words “free” and “Photoshop” are rarely used together. But, Adobe Photoshop Express changed all that when it launched on Android, iOS tablets and smartphones. Photoshop Express offers one-touch controls for basic photo-editing tools and simple effects. If you are looking for a good way to get a taste for Adobe Photoshop or other Adobe CS software, Adobe Photoshop Express might be the perfect doorway. Recently, Adobe added Photoshop Express to the Microsoft Store, making the app available for Windows 8 devices. Its features can be put to use...

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Simple Adobe Photoshop Effects: Black & White Photos – Part II

After reading through Part I of our black and white series, you should know the basics of how to use the Channels panel to create a black and white image in Photoshop. If you enjoyed reading Part I, we would like to offer you a second helping of black and white tutorials. This time, we’re going the extra mile, giving you even more control over the black and white levels of your image. Prep Your Image First, duplicate your black and white image as a new document. To do this, right-click on the respective channel that remains visible in the Channels panel and select the Duplicate Channel...

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