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Using Photoshop and Illustrator Assets in Reflow
Show: Adobe Edge Reflow
Bring Photoshop or Illustrator assets into Reflow and add the responsiveness you need in your design. This tutorial shows you how to import your PSD files using the Reflow Photoshop connection plugin. Adobe Evangelist Paul Trani also shows how to import assets from Illustrator directly into Reflow as SVG graphics.
Create an animated fly-in with a Photoshop file
Show: Learn Premiere Pro CC
Both After Effects and Premiere Pro support native Photoshop files. You can import a PSD file and access individual layers for selective animation and effects work. This lesson shows you how easy it is to create a complex animation from a single graphics composition.
Placing a layered PSD file into Muse
Show: Learn Adobe Muse CC
When you bring a site mockup from Photoshop, keep in mind that Muse can import all the Photoshop layers as well. In this video, learn how to place a layered PSD file so you can modify and manipulate the individual layers in Muse. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Bridging the Gap Between Designers and Developers with Edge Reflow
Learn how Adobe Edge Reflow can help defuse the often challenging conversation between designer and developer. See why developers no longer need to dread receiving that PSD file with 60-plus untitled layers and no indication of interactions, and why designers no longer need to worry about their vision being stifled by a "you can't do that in a browser" mentality. Jared Wyles, Adobe senior computer scientist, will discuss:• How to identify potentially inefficient feedback loops across your organization• The importance of a tight feedback loop between designers and developers• How Edge Reflow can help bridge the design/develop workflow
Importing images and looking at file formats
Show: Learn Lightroom 5
Chris Orwig discusses importing images and understanding the importance of photograph and movie file types and how they function in Lightroom. He also reviews the PSD file compatibility preferences and shows how to make sure Lightroom can read your files. Applies to Lightroom versions 4 & 5.
Quick Tip – Creating 32-bit (HDR) Images in LR 4.1
In this Quick Tip, Julieanne quickly demonstrates how to create a 32-bit file from multiple exposures in Photoshop and then, using the Develop module in Lightroom 4.1 refines the image's color and tonality both globally and selectively - all while still working in 32-bit! In the tutorial, I don’t believe that I mentioned that when I choose Edit > In, my default setting is to hand off a TIFF file to Photoshop. That way, when I save the file, it saves a 32-bit TIFF – which is what Lightroom prefers (not a PSD file).