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Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Sizing Digital Images - Resolution Revisited, Resampling
When you resample an image, Photoshop creates new pixels. Those new pixels are created based on the neighboring pixels. How those new pixels are formed is determined by the interpolation method you specify. Photoshop offers up to five methods to resample your image.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : Expressions - Creating Expressions
The Tools panel contains several basic vector shapes, which include the Line tool, the Rectangle tool, the Ellipse tool, and the Polygon tool. To create one of these shapes, select the appropriate tool, and then click and drag on the canvas.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Working with Vector Graphics - Basic vector drawing techniques
The Tools panel contains several basic vector shapes, which include the Line tool, the Rectangle tool, the Ellipse tool, and the Polygon tool. To create one of these shapes, select the appropriate tool, and then click and drag on the canvas.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Working with Selections - Converting a selection to a path
In Fireworks, you can easily convert bitmap selections to vector paths. Paths can be easier to edit than bitmap selections, in part because you aren’t as likely to delete an entire path by accident.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Working Within the Flash Environment - Working with Layers
Layers are like transparent sheets stacked on top of one another. Each layer can contain different images that appear on the Stage. You can draw and edit objects on one layer without affecting objects on another layer.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Working Within the Flash Environment - Using the Timeline
The Timeline represents the overall structure of a Flash document and controls the content. The Timeline consists of layers, frames, and scenes that make up a Flash document.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Using the Selection Tool
There are several ways to select objects in InDesign. The Selection tool selects entire objects, while the Direct Selection tool selects a point on an object or images inside objects.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Creating Lines, Creating Multiple Objects in a Grid
You can duplicate objects in a grid. Select the Selection tool, select an object, hold down Alt (Win) or Option (Mac) and start to drag, release the Alt or Option key. Press the arrow keys to change the columns and rows. Drag a rectangle to specify the size of the grid (New!).
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Creating Shapes
A frame is a container that holds graphics, text, and shapes. There are three types of frames: unassigned, graphic, and text. The unassigned frame is useful for adding fill and stroke color to a layout.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Objects - Creating Pixel Aligned Objects, Creating Rectangles and Ellipses
The Illustrator Tools panel includes several tools for quickly creating simple geometric vector shapes. They are easy to use; you just click and drag on the Stage to create the shapes.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Objects - Understanding Vector and Raster Graphics, Understanding Paths, Selecting a Drawing Mode
Illustrator is an application that gives you great control over vector graphics, which include vector shapes and vector objects. Vector graphics are created using mathematical shapes, not pixels, and that’s why vector shapes are considered resolution-independent.
Adobe PhotoShop CS5 : Acquiring Digital Images - Scanners
Shooting on film is still a valid choice. Film offers greater flexibility for low-light situations, and it offers some aesthetic options not afforded by digital capture. Many purists swear that shooting film adds richness in detail and color, as well as introduces subtle nuances like film grain, which cannot be replicated with a digital camera.
Adobe PhotoShop CS5 : Acquiring Digital Images - Digital Cameras
Shooting a photo digitally produces a less accurate image than scanning a photo shot on film with a flatbed scanner using a high spi setting. This is because digital cameras capture data using photosensitive electronic sensors.
Web Apps & Design - Responsive Site Design (Part 2)
If you search the web for adaptive designs, you’ll see many references to various frameworks that claim to make the task easier, together with plenty of talk about creating a grid with CSS that will allow your content to flow correctly when browsed in a variety of devices
Web Apps & Design - Responsive Site Design (Part 1)
This year the Championships are in Lille, France, and they’re now being run as part of the International Mind Sports Association (IMSA), an organisation that hopes to establish an Olympic mind sports event recognised by the IOC. Perhaps one day some of us less-than-athletic code-slingers may get to be Olympians!
Image Libraries Changed The World For Designers (Part 6)
Alamy was one of the first online stock libraries, and still deals in traditional ‘right managed’ images, where you pay a fee for each usage, as well as the ‘royalty free’ model used by the other stock sites here. There’s an iPad app, but it’s just a sample gallery, without search.
Image Libraries Changed The World For Designers (Part 5)
The proliferation of digital TV channels and ever-decreasing budgets for small-screen commissions means there’s a bigger and more accessible market than ever before for stock music. And, paralleling the rise of digital photography, thanks to the falling cost of home recording equipment, there’s never been more music available to meet the demand.
Image Libraries Changed The World For Designers (Part 4)
‘Say you have a shop based on WordPress, a plug-in for customer interaction and a theme. If WordPress gets updated to patch a security hole, applying the update will risk breaking the theme or plug-in. Or a theme update might not work with the plug-in.’
Image Libraries Changed The World For Designers (Part 3)
SOME KINDS OF graphics don’t lend themselves to ready-made stock. Services like Wilogo (wilogo.com), which was bought earlier this year by stock library Fotolia, offer to ‘crowdsource’ work such as corporate identity design from a pool of contributors.
Image Libraries Changed The World For Designers (Part 2)
There’s generally a simple sign-up process where you submit an initial set of pictures for vetting. It’s pointless to do this unless you’ve fully read and understood the submission guidelines; you can always resubmit if you’re rejected, but there may be a waiting period.
Image Libraries Changed The World For Designers (Part 1)
In this article we’ll look at how both buyers and sellers can get the most out of stock libraries, how their pricing structures work, and what they now offer in addition to photos – including illustrations, video, audio, and design work for both print and web.
Photoshop Elements 11
Adobe is celebrating the 11th version of Elements with a fresh new look. Many of the photo manipulation enthusiasts who form its target audience are getting on in years, and the light grey text on dark grey background of earlier releases was proving increasingly contentious: they simply couldn’t read the labels.
Hanns.G HP226DGB Hard Glass Full HD LED Monitor
In those situations, spending a small amount of money for extra robustness can pay dividends in the lifespan of equipment, which is precisely the market that Hanns.G is aiming for with the HP226DGB.
Sony CyberShot RX100 - A Pocketable Digital Compact Dream
The Cyber-shot RX100 is Sony's answer to the Canon 5100. The RX100 has neither built-in GPS nor Wi-Fi, and Sony appears to be concentrating more on the shooting experience with the RX100's fast lens and sensor (incidentally, the same size as the sensors found in Nikon 1 series mirror less cameras).
Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Multimedia and Online Tools - Changing Flash or Shockwave Movie Properties
You can use the Properties panel to adjust the movie size and scale, set loop and autoplay options, show or hide a border, align the movie on the page, and specify a background color for the movie area.
Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Multimedia and Online Tools - Introducing Flash File Types & Inserting a Flash or Shockwave Movie
Flash utilizes resolution independent vector graphics, streaming audio, and even raster images to create fast-loading Web content. Flash is so popular that according to the World Wide Web Consortium, over 90 percent of people surfing the Web have browsers that can view Flash content.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Maximizing Filters - Filters Defined & Preparing to Use Filters
Filters can save time and in fact can even be fun to use. Before you rush in and try out every filter in Photoshop, you need to make sure the image is ready to be processed. Many filters are render intensive, so there’s no reason to spend extra time on pixels you will be throwing away.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Removing Distracting Stuff Using Content-Aware Fill
The method you just learned has you making a selection, and then filling it using Content-Aware Fill. If you’d rather paint than select, you can use the Spot Healing Brush—just make sure the Content-Aware radio button is on up in the Options Bar, then paint right over what you want gone.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : The Timeline - Keyframes and the Graph Editor
You can use an Excel spreadsheet to reformat underlying keyframe data from other applications; just paste in After Effects data to see how it’s formatted, and then massage the other data to match that format. Once done, copy and paste the data back into After Effects.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : The Timeline - Organization
It can be annoying that the work area controls both preview and render frame ranges because the two are often used independent of one another. Dropping your work composition into a separate “Render Final” composition with the final work area set and locked avoids conflicts between working and final frame ranges and settings.
 
 
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