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Using the Free Transform and Text Touch-up tools
Show: Learn Illustrator CC
We all know that Adobe Illustrator gives you the ability to draw resolution-independent artwork and, at the same time, work with and control text. Now, with the incorporation of a new Transform panel and Touch Type Tool, Adobe has once again pulled some mighty cool rabbits out of the Illustrator hat. Let Andy Anderson, and Infinite Skills show you the basics of these new additions to the Adobe Illustrator arsenal of powerful tools.
Combining two images together with masking
Learn how to combine two different images together in Photoshop. This allows you to change the environment where the picture was taken by using the Free Transform, Crop, Selection, Mask and Refine Radius tools to transform two photos into one. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop. Learn more from the full courses at lynda.com.
Adobe After Effects CS5: Motion Tracking and Rotoscoping
Show: Learn by Video
Adobe Press and video2brain show you how to apply motion tracking data to an adjustment layer and use rotoscoping on that adjustment layer to selectively perform color correction on a moving object.
Using Leading Lines in Photography
In this episode of the Complete Picture, Julieanne demonstrates several ways to use leading lines in order to guide a viewer’s eye through an image including leading towards the primary subject, keeping movement within the frame, and adding tension to a composition.
Adding a Realistic Tattoo the Easy Way with Photoshop
The end goal of a good retoucher is to make their work appear invisible while creating some alternative reality. In this case we're going to look at one method I use for adding a tattoo to an image while making it look like it's really a part of the original photo. This method involves placing an Illustrator file (the tattoo source image) as a Smart Object, using the Free Transform/Warp Tool, adding a Gaussian Blur (to adjust the 'Focus') and then finishing it all off with a lighting effect created from a Channel Pull. Ready to begin?