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lindarobin

Member Since 23 Oct 2007
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In Topic: Level Photos And Fill Edges.

26 March 2015 - 07:56 PM

Do you mean adjusting levels using the histogram sliders?

https://helpx.adobe....adjustment.html


In Topic: Photoshop Turns 25

21 March 2015 - 05:01 PM

"You can make some great electronic music here, apparently."  I :i-love-it: droll humour (Canadian spelling).


In Topic: Calrification Of A Hybrid Card, Please?

21 March 2015 - 04:37 PM

Hi, Dave,

 

Hybrid combines traditional paper card-making with digital.  Similarly, I occasionally do hybrid scrapbooking.  I'll print my digital page, then add a real silk flower.  Some of my friends who only do traditional paper scrapbooking, will sometimes ask me to blend a photo into a background.  We get that printed and they use it to complete their layout.  That's hybrid, too.


In Topic: Tutorial On How To Use Paper Templates?

20 March 2015 - 03:01 PM

This video tutorial may have the technique you want:

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=08f6MqN6jWI


In Topic: Anyone Using Indesign Now?

19 March 2015 - 08:32 PM

Adobe InDesign is a page layout program for creating business documents such as tri-fold brochures, booklets, sheets of Avery labels, etc.  It is not a good program for creating art because it doesn't have masks, styles, blend modes, brushes - the features you find in Photo Shop.

 

Typically, you would design your graphics in Photo Shop and then bring them into InDesign to produce your catalogue, as an example.

 

InDesign is great for producing photobooks because you can easily add, resize and position multiple photos (as well as background papers and embellishments) on multiple pages.  However, you can't use it for advanced photo-editing (i.e. blends, masks, brushes, etc.)