Photoshop tutorial: Understanding resolution | lynda.com

Photoshop tutorial: Understanding resolution | lynda.com

{QTtext}{timescale:100}{font:Verdana}{size:20}{backColor:0,0,0}{textColor:65280,65280,65280}{width:960}{justify:center} {plain} [00:00:00. 20]When it comes to video graphics, a lot of folks get confused in the area of resolution. [00:00:05. 40]You'll hear the term PPI or DPI thrown out there. [00:00:09. 02]DPI is, "Dots Per Inch" and that's really a printing term. [00:00:12. 93]PPI is, "Pixels Per Inch" and that's much more relevant when …

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Photoshop: Dynamic Curves layer tricks | lynda.com

Photoshop: Dynamic Curves layer tricks | lynda.com

In the previous exercise I showed you staticcurve editing tricks, by which I mean tricks that work inside of the StaticCurves dialog box. In this exercise, I'm going to share with you some dynamic curveediting tricks, and these would work with a Dynamic adjustment layer. So I'm still working in the High- contrast elephant. Jpg …

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Photoshop tutorial: Curves tips and tricks | lynda.com

Photoshop tutorial: Curves tips and tricks | lynda.com

In this movie, I'll share with you a few tricksthat should make your life easier when working with curves. You will notice that I've goneahead and renamed my layer contrast. I'll double-click on it to bring up curves insidethe Properties panel, and just to make sure that I'm protected, because I am going tomake a …

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Photoshop: Cleaning up edges | lynda.com

Photoshop: Cleaning up edges | lynda.com

By now, you should be able to see the lightat the end of the tunnel. That's because in just two exercises, we are goingto be done with this project. I am working inside of the most recent versionof the composition which is called Swirling Background. Psd found inside the 10_Advancedblend folder. The next thing that …

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