You really know your stuff... Keep up the good work!
I went through first four chapters of your book, and used CS4 to do all the exercises. Now that I have upgraded to CS5 and want to continue, the color setting workflow for CS4 does not load. Do you happen to have a plug in that works for CS5 and how would I get it?
Just tried to log onto lynda.com/dekeps for the free trial and extra credit but it is no longer accessable.
Thanks Deke. I DO wish you were more accessable but I do understand. I have changed the color profile in CS3 as instructed in the book.
I assume from your "no comment" that not having it changed in Bridge will NOT affect color profiles in CS3 when printing and viewing.
I plan on taking your CS3 lynda.com courses also so that will provide a more structured working/tutorial environment.
Thanks and Happy New Year!
Opening Bridge and doing a Ctrl + Shift + K...
CRTL>SHFT>K doesnt do anything.
I have just started to learn photoshop and I want some suggestion. In fact, anyone online must be familliar with photoshop.
I am monitoring Deke's course on Smart Objects in Lynda.com and when he got to the discussion of the use of Filter Gallery, I noted that when he applied one filter, clicked OK and was back in Photoshop, there was listed under the thumbnail of the Smart Object the name of the filter chosen. When he moved on to adding two filters from the Filter Gallery and was back in Photoshop, there was listed only the name Filter Gallery with the individual filter names missing.
However, when I replicate this exercise using the same exercise files, I always get the name Filter Gallery even with one filter chosen.
Can anybody comment on this from experience?
i'm new to the game and want to know is there a way around going to in-design for laser safe raised printing.... by still using photoshop! ;) i would be oh so grateful!
i bumped into this image i hope you don't mind I'm posting this here. but i had to turn to someone who knows...
and i loved how the text goes and fades outs. besides the fact its curves, but thats not the question.
first it thought it was something i dont know how to do in PS CS4
but then i bumped into someone who said it was done in illustrator.
so i jumped right on it, the only thing is after googling back and forth i couldn't find how to do the fade out and they said the only way to do it is with cs2....
not really fade out more like text contracting and becoming smaller and smaller.
here are someone the explanation
o tried to find this file they they were talking about
CS4 dont have at least mine doesnt.
thanks for the great help you provided with all the rest of your lessons.
While smoking my favorite Cuban cigars, I came across with this page and thought that it will really be useful with my study of Photoshop CS2. Does Deke also offer tutorials online? I think it will be a good feature for the site.
This post has nothing to do about Deke or Photoshop. you want to attract people to sell cigars. I don't suppose your post is going to last here very long.
The post will last longer unless we are there.. .photoshop and cigar are inter related in terms of creativity... people wont buy cigar but they smoke it while working on the desktops.
I am a software engineer and i am a die hard fan of Cigars which i buy from CIGAR SHOP
It is a best shop and need no advice on it... i love it...
http://www.gocubans.com is also online....
Very sensational work.
Keep up the good sense of creativeness :)
it really depends on your requirements, CS4 is also in market now, you can install this one. There are some good changes in CS3 and CS4 and i have just installed CS4 because i am a logo designer http://www.logodesignblock.com by professional and i like this as a professional and changes they have introduces in are pretty nice especially layering is good enough now.
Thats easy....just watch Deke's top 40 and thats only some of them!!
It sounds like you might be trying to use them directly off the DVD. If so copy to the hard drive. If they are already on the hard drive and still looked, you will need to look at the file 'Properties' on PC or 'File Info' on the Mac and change to allow read/write.
On the PC, right-click on the file (or whole folder to do the lot at once) and select 'Properties' at the bottom. Un-check the box that says 'Read-only'
On the Mac, select the "More Info" button at the bottom of the Finder window. Down at the bottom will be a Permissions panel. Make sure Read/Write is selected.
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