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CS6 -Top 6 Features - recadrage blur redresser video montage remplir avc contenu déplacer un objet

CS6 -Top 6 Features - recadrage blur redresser video montage remplir avc contenu déplacer un objet
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Advanced Glow Effects In this tutorial, we're going to create some really sharp-looking glow effects using a combination of layer styles, the Pen Tool and Color Blending. The end effect is quite stunning and hopefully you'll pick up some tips you didn't know before. As with pretty much every tutorial I've ever written, we begin with a radial gradient. This one is pretty harsh and goes from a reddish brown color to black. Here are the exact color codes: Foreground color - #922f00 Background color - #000000 In this tutorial, we actually need a pretty intense center, so what we'll do is duplicate the layer we just made and set the one above to a blending mode of Color Dodge. Now in our glow effect, it helps to have a nice textured background. Then go to Filter > Render > Clouds. Now set the opacity of your layer to Overlay and 30% transparency. So go to Filter > Sketch > Chrome and use default settings of 4 and 7 for detail and smoothness respectively. In fact all we want to achieve are some nice curves.

Références pour graphistes, infographistes (infographes), illustrateurs, webdesigners. couleur - layout - storyboard - infographie - bd - illustration narrative Gry Garness Photography, Retouching and Photoshop Training, London UK How to Create Inset Typography in Photoshop By Jacob Gube In this beginning-level design tutorial, I’ll show you how to apply a beautiful and super-easy text treatment in Photoshop: the inset text effect. It’s also often called the letterpress effect because it looks similar to text created by a Letterpress printer. Final Result Here’s a preview of what we’re about to create. Creating the Photoshop document 1 Let’s start with the basics: setting up the Photoshop document. Styling the Background Layer 2 We’ll add a Gradient Overlay layer style onto the default Background layer. 3 Double-click on the Background layer’s thumbnail in the Layers Panel to open up the Layer Styles dialog box. 4 Double-click on the left Color Stop and enter the color value of a dark blue shade (#003471) which will be the color at the bottom of the canvas. 5 Lets give the background a light source from the top left corner of the canvas. 7 Set your Foreground color to white (#FFFFFF). Creating the Inset Type 9 Let’s center the text in our canvas. We’re done!

Photoshop - Introduction - Pourquoi Photoshop ? - Ouverture des fichiers et explorateur - Enregistrement des fichiers - Les palettes Ce logiciel permet d’effectuer des : - Retouches chromatiques. Lorsque vous souhaitez créer un nouveau document, vous devez aller dans le menu Fichier / Nouveau... ou taper N (Ctrl N) sur votre clavier puis spécifiez : - Un nom de document - La taille du fichier en largeur et hauteur - La résolution - Une couleur d’arrière-plan (couleur de fond de votre futur fichier) - Les paramètres de conversion de couleur utilisé pour le fichier - Si vous destinez votre fichier à la vidéo (pixels rectangulaires), choix du format des pixelsdans la zone du bas "avancé" La fenêtre de nouveau document Les formats prédéfinis du menu paramètre prédéfini en largeur par hauteur La fenêtre de nouveau document Si vous avez cliqué sur OK, vous venez de créer un document vierge. Dans la barre de titre Le nom du fichier est toujours inscrit dans la barre de titre de tout document (en haut de la fenêtre) .

Combining Images | Getting Started In order to combine two images, we must first wrangle them into the same document, on two separate layers. Layers are one of the most powerful features of both Photoshop and Elements, though it can also be a tough concept to grasp for beginners. Step 1: Pop open two images and position the document windows so that you can see both of them along with your Layers palette. By clicking on the target window (the bike image), I can see that it contains both images, each on their own layer. You can rearrange the order of items in the Layers palette by clicking and dragging them upward or downward. Step 2: For the purposes of this tutorial, I need the speedometer at the top of the layers stack so I dragged it upward. Adding a layer mask To fade these two images together, I'm going to use the Gradient Tool within a layer mask. Step 4: Press G to grab the Gradient Tool over in the main Tools palette. Step 5: Click once on roughly the spot where you want the fade to begin.

Patriotic Text Using Displacement Masks | Text Effects Step 1 Lets jump right in and get our document set up. Create a new document by choosing File>New from the Main Menu. My working file for this lesson will be 540px x 300px at 72ppi. If you’re following along at home I suggest you start with something similar so that the Layer Styles we apply later will work for you without any adjustment. Before we even get into the text lets change the background color. Step 2 Set your foreground color to #CAC9C9 which is a nice light gray the press the T key to switch to the Type tool. Set a nice large font size and type your text onto the stage. Step 3 Next we’re going to add a preliminary series of Layer Styles to our text. Pull up the Layer Styles dialog by Control-Clicking (PC: Right-Clicking) on the Text layer in the layers palette and by choosing Blending Options from the menu. Pay special attention here to all the settings in these styles. Step 4 If you were a good little monkey your text should now look like this. Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9

Free Pictures - Subtle Patterns | Free textures for your next web project Nothing like a field of beautiful flowers. Download Download These lovely water-colorful dots will make your designs pop. Download More leaves from another angle. Download Download Look at all these bubbles! Download Download Download Tiny little flowers growing on your screen. Download Subtle oriental tiles pattern, with a mystic vibe. Download Reader Tutorial: Typography Wallpaper in Photoshop We have accepted some tutorials from readers and we think it's really good to open the blog, so anyone can share their skills with the community. Because of that, we will start the "Reader Tutorial" series. If you have or want to write a tutorial and publish it here on Abduzeedo, just send it via email to us. Thank you very much and enjoy our first tutorial from Jonathan Connolly. Hey guys this is Creative Volition, an advertising and design agency based out of South Florida. Here is a quick tutorial from one of our latest designs. Step 1 Create a new document at 1200 x 800 pixels with a resolution of 72dpi. Step 2 Hide all vectors and create a new text box. Step 3 Text settings: 16pt font, Regular, 16pt height spacing, Color #404040. Step 4 Continue to copy/paste the text until it fills the entire canvas. Step 5 Once the text box is filled completely with the copy begin to rotate the box clockwise in about a 45 degree angle. Step 6 Make one of the smart objects visible. Step 7 Step 8 Step 9

25+1 BANQUES D’IMAGES LIBRES DE DROITS Je ne sais pas si vous êtes observateur mais cette semaine, j’ai changé l’image d’en-tête sur mon blogue (vous pouvez me donner votre opinion tout en bas dans la zone commentaires). Pourquoi? Et bien simplement parce que ça faisait un petit bout de temps que je me questionnais sur mes droits d’utiliser l’ancienne image et dans le doute, j’ai préféré jouer “prudent”. Vous le savez sans doute, ce n’est pas parce que vous trouvez une image sur le web, que vous pouvez automatiquement vous en servir. C’est normal puisque derrière chaque image, il y a un auteur, qui souhaite conserver ses droits. Le plus simple, c’est de faire comme moi et d’utiliser vos propres créations. Mais il existe aussi sur le web des banques d’images libres de droits. Voici quelques liens vers des banques d’images libres de droits: Ce que j’utilise aussi régulièrement, ce sont les images du “Clip Art” de Microsoft Office. À l’intérieur du “Clip Art“, vous pouvez faire des recherches par catégorie d’images:

CS6 : recadrage / blur / redresser / video montage / remplir avec contenu / déplacer un objet dans une image / Thierry White by shuishui Apr 22