Adobe InDesign and Photoshop CS4 Integration By Terry White

Duration
2 hr 17 min
Lessons
21
Difficulty Difficulty Difficulty
Intermediate

How to get the most out of using these powerful applications together

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Setting up InDesign defaults with your personal preferences
Frames are necessary for placing anything in an InDesign document
This lesson covers three ways to place content into your document
Fitting the content into the size of the frames
Resolution must be considered when you are resizing images in your document
Knowing your frame size is important to know before resizing the image in Photoshop
Now we see the advantage of working with Photoshop files in InDesign
Opening and editing InDesign templates
There is a workaround to use with Camera Raw files and InDesign
Each new version of InDesign includes new transparency effects
Moving text around a placed object
Scaling an image to fit the frame you have created
Before printing, it is important to be thinking about color space
Making sure your color is consistent between applications
Using the eyedropper tool to sample a color for your document
Adding some color to a grayscale image
This trick can be used to add color to a color image
Turn text into vector outlines to place an image inside of it
Creating a contact sheet inside of InDesign
Use the Make Compound Path to create a complex path from individual shapes
Going from start to finish with laying out an InDesign document
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Terry White

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Terry is the author of Secrets of Adobe Bridge from Adobe Press and co-author of InDesign CS/CS2 Killer Tips, from New Riders. Terry is Worldwide Creative Suite Design Evangelist for Adobe Systems, Inc., and has been with Adobe for over a decade, where he leads the charge in evangelizing and showing Adobe's Creative Suite products to u...

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    This was an amazing tutorial. LOVE IT!!!
    Terry White was great at explaining it and breaking it down in details.