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Content-Aware Patching
Content-Aware Patching
This movie demonstrates the new option the Patch tool offers for content aware filling. This makes it easy to target an area for removal, patch it over, and then seamlessly blend it with the rest of the image.
  • Photoshop
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 3,939
  • Runtime: 00:01:15
  • Tags: Design Standard, Photoshop , CS6, Richard Harrrington
AYVAwards_MusicVideo_Clarity
AYVAwards_MusicVideo_Clarity
Clarity is about the pressures of being a teenager in today's society. We live in a world where growing up and trying to understand the person you are or want to become seems impossible when there are a thousands stereotypes of teens going against you. This piece is based on personal experiences and experiences told to me by friends. We were told to write a short story and develop lyrics from there. This allowed me to really open up and use the most genuine thoughts as possible. I want others, not only teenagers, to understand that feeling of pressured to decide who you are and stick to that for the rest of your life is false. People are constantly evolving and changing, and its okay as long as your morals are straight. Sometimes you'll feel like you've lost yourself, but sometimes it is necessary to step back and find who you want to be on your own terms.
  • Creative Suite Production Premium
  • Anywhere
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 456
  • Added: Apr 23, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:02:42
  • Tags: ayv, ayvawards, relationships
Creating an Engaging Web Design with Adobe Muse
Creating an Engaging Web Design with Adobe Muse
See how Adobe Muse makes it easier to create optimal and memorable experiences for your website visitors. Now visitors will be able to sign up for newsletters, register for events, and view photos and other content, all using built-in tools that can be configured and styled to look like the rest of your site design. In this session, Adobe Evangelist Terry White will demonstrate how to add rich interactivity to:• Keep your content organized with custom navigation, tabs, and accordions• Add interactive slide shows, lightboxes, and contact forms• Embed arbitrary HTML to add maps, videos, social media buttons, and feeds
  • Views: 2,459
  • Added: May 26, 2013
  • Runtime: 01:06:48
Sneak Peek: Audio Layers
Sneak Peek: Audio Layers
Separating desired audio from background noise is a painful process. Or rather, it was. Use a visual editor to paint the sounds you want while identifying those you don't, and this tool will do the rest. It is early prototype technology that we are working on in our development labs. This is not part of any Adobe product but is an example of capabilities that we could include in future years.
  • Views: 2,211
  • Added: May 09, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:05:49
Sneak Peek : Perspective Warp in Photoshop
Sneak Peek : Perspective Warp in Photoshop
Ever wished you had gotten closer to take your picture? Perhaps you were not right in front of your subject, or were too high or too low? This Photoshop sneak will let you adjust the perspective of parts of your shot while keeping the rest of the image intact. It is early prototype technology that we are working on in our development labs. This is not part of Photoshop CC, but is an example of capabilities that we could include in future years.
  • Photoshop
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 19,861
  • Added: May 09, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:05:18
Changing the color of an object
Changing the color of an object
Learn how to change the color of a car within an image. Deke McClelland uses the Targeted Adjustment tool within the Hue/Saturation adjustments panel to change the color of a car from red to gold without changing the rest of the image colors. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop. Learn more from the full courses at lynda.com.
  • Photoshop
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 59,056
  • Added: May 06, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:07:11
  • Tags: Adjustments Panel, Deke McClelland, Photoshop, Proofing Photographs, Saturation, Targeted Adjustment Tool, color, cs6, lynda.com
Go Beyond the Canvas Box to Create Your Own Cinematic Effects
Go Beyond the Canvas Box to Create Your Own Cinematic Effects
Join Adobe evangelist Alan Greenblatt as he shows you how to bring special effects previously seen only in programs like Photoshop, to your Web content. You already know HTML5 Canvas lets you draw beautiful 3D graphics on your Web page, but Alan will teach you what you can do with the rest of the content which you have so beautifully created. You will learn:• How to create your own cinematic effects with CSS Filters & Shaders• About the W3C specs to which Adobe is contributing• Which W3C specs describe and define filters and shaders• The state of these specs, what browsers they're implemented in, and where you can use them right now
  • Views: 234
  • Added: May 06, 2013
  • Runtime: 01:03:31
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