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Cropping Images with Clipping Masks
Cropping Images with Clipping Masks
In this video you will learn a quick and easy method for cropping images in Adobe Illustrator CS6 and CS5. Using clipping masks allows you to retain the area of the image you cropped out as well as modify the clipping path later on.
  • Illustrator
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 106,837
  • Runtime: 00:02:03
  • Tags: Clipping, Cropping, illustrator, masks, CS6, Erica Larson
Cropping Images with Opacity Masks
Cropping Images with Opacity Masks
In this video you will learn a versatile method for cropping images in Adobe Illustrator CS6 and CS5. Using opacity masks allows you to retain the area of the image you cropped out, modify the clipping path later, and use complex blending modes, transparencies, and knockout groups.
  • Views: 30,742
  • Runtime: 00:02:50
  • Tags: Clipping, Cropping, illustrator, masks, CS6, Erica Larson
Bitmap vs. Vector
Bitmap vs. Vector
Understand the differences between bitmap (or raster) images and vector images, helping you understand the value of working in Illustrator. Excerpted from Adobe Illustrator CS6: Learn by Video, presented by Chad Chelius and Angie Taylor.
  • Illustrator
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 16,419
  • Added: Jun 05, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:04:46
  • Tags: Adobe Press, Angie Taylor, Chad Chelius, Design, Gradients, Graphics, Illustration, Illustrator, Peachpit, Vector graphics
Modifying a vector Smart Object in Illustrator
Modifying a vector Smart Object in Illustrator
Deke McClelland shows you how to edit the contents of a vector-based Smart Object inside Illustrator and then hand off the changes back to Photoshop. This is a great example of two applications interacting with each other. Learn more from the full course at lynda.com.
  • Illustrator
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 6,936
  • Added: May 28, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:06:37
  • Tags: Brushed Highlights, Illustrator, Photoshop, Proofing Photographs, cs6, lynda.com
Importing vector art as a Smart Object
Importing vector art as a Smart Object
Deke McClelland demonstrates how to import an illustration into Photoshop as a Smart Object, which allows you to reference the original vector-based information so that, among other things, you can scale the illustration inside of Photoshop as much as you want. Learn more from the full course at lynda.com.
  • Illustrator
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 3,762
  • Added: May 28, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:06:51
  • Tags: Illustrator, Importing Vector Art, Outline Mode, Photoshop, Proofing Photographs, cs6, lynda.com
Using isolation mode to isolate artwork for editing
Using isolation mode to isolate artwork for editing
Understand how, why, and when to use the Isolation Mode to isolate artwork for editing. Excerpted from Adobe Illustrator CS6: Learn by Video, presented by Chad Chelius and Angie Taylor. This video from Adobe Illustrator CS6: Learn by Video, presented by Chad Chelius and Angie Taylor, explains how, why, and when to use the Isolation Mode.
  • Illustrator
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 8,838
  • Added: May 28, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:04:39
  • Tags: Adobe Press, Angie Taylor, Chad Chelius, Design, Gradients, Graphics, Illustration, Illustrator, Peachpit, Vector graphics
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