Posts Tagged "Photoshop" — 7 Results
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Finding That Logo In Perfect Vector Format Using GooglePosted
Much of the time working with clients you’ll be given their logo artwork in vector format (AI or EPS), often times with additional information such as colour or font requirements. Lovely. However, the more projects you work on over time you’ll soon realize that these are “perfect world” situations and don’t always include time restraints […]
Google’s NIK Collection Is Now Available for FREEPosted
Google just announced yesterday (March 24, 2016) that it’s making its Nik Collection of desktop photo editing software 100% free. In 2012 after Google bought Nik Software it was pretty big news when months later Google made the collection available for only $150. Well now the whole collection can be had for free. What is […]
Windows: Screen Capture “Prt Scr” Current Window ShortcutPosted
For many years I would hit the “Prt Scr” key on my keyboard and then paste the screen capture into Photoshop or whatever to play with. Even with multiple monitors the “Prt Scr” key captures everything displayed on all your monitors in one giant graphic. The tip is to hold down the ALT key when […]
Photoshop: Quit Adding “Copy” To My Exported JPGsPosted
I was recently creating an action in Photoshop that would alter my original JPGs and then at determined steps throughout the altering process save a JPG to certain folders on my hard drive; kind of a “save large version JPG, alter further, save medium version, alter further and save thumbnail version”. Pretty easy stuff—I create […]
Oh yeah baby! I’m loving those colours and curves. I love your composition, balance and negative space. That’s right. SVG PORN. Looking so hot on my Galaxy’s 2560 x 1600 Pixel 10.5″ WQXGA Super AMOLED display. Really hot. I have to share. SVGPORN.com has it going on. Vector logos that are rock’in SVG. Check them […]
New Graphic Format: BPG (Better Portable Graphics)Posted
Photoshop 25th Anniversary, Before there was PhotoshopPosted
From lynda.com Konrad Eek has a look at some darkroom techniques that we take for granted every day in Photoshop. An interesting look back at how it was done (9:55).