The point of origin (or the starting or zero point of the rulers) can be changed by simply clicking and dragging the box in the upper left corner of the rulers (where they meet) and repositioning. Double clicking at the intersection of the rulers resets the point of origin to the upper left corner of […]
In this episode of Adobe Creative Cloud TV I’ll show 5 hidden gems in Adobe InDesign CC. These are 5 little things that could make a big impact on your daily use of InDesign CC. Are you missing out on my Bonus Content? See more of my Adobe Creative Cloud Videos on my Adobe Creative […]
I’m excited to be returning to the fabulous Santa Fe Workshops this year to teach a 5 day workshop on Photoshop CC: The Creative Composite! Course Description: Somewhere between the decisive moment of still photography and the time compression offered by moving pictures lies the world of digital compositing—a place where multiple images captured at different […]
Ever since Photoshop introduced 3D printer support I’ve been hooked on 3D printing. Some of my recent experiments included text extrusions, phone cases, and a dragon. While these are cool, I still wanted to kick it up a notch or two. Those models were all printed using plastic materials, and I’ve been wanting to try out [...]
To quickly find the center of an image, set the rulers to percentage. Setting the rulers to percentage can also be helpful when recording actions that will run on files of different sizes where you might want an effect to be applied to a certain percentage of an area.
When using Guides, I prefer to change from the default Cyan color to something more calming. To do this, select Preferences > Guides, Grid & Slices and either select a color from the drop down list, or, click in the color swatch to the right and choose any color you would like.
I’m a big fan of reveal.js. It is a lightweight HTML-based presentation framework that just works well for me. I switched over to it a while ago and enjoy working with it. Every now and then though I run into an issue that is a bit hard…
To quickly change Ruler units, double click in the ruler area to display the Units & Rulers preferences. Or, to simply change the ruler’s unit of measurement, Control -click (Mac) | Right Mouse -click (Win) within the ruler area to select from the context sensitive menu.
• Command + R (Mac) | Control + R (Win) quickly displays rulers along the top and left sides of an image in Photoshop. • Command + ; (Mac) | Control + ; (Win) toggles the visibility of guides. • Command + ‘ (Mac) | Control + ‘ (Win) toggles visibility of the grid.
It’s almost time for my favorite conference, Photoshop World! This will be the first Photoshop World held in Atlanta and I’m really looking forward to it. Not only do I get to see so many of you, but I’m psyched about teaching some new classes. First up I’m teaching a new “Intro to Adobe Muse […]
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Before I start, let me be clear I’m still learning AngularJS and this “tip” may be 100% wrong. I just ran into this with an application and most likely there is a better way to address what I did.
In the application I’m building, I’ve got a…
I keep a note of possible blog ideas and as I’ve been having a bit of writer’s block lately, I thought I’d take a look and see what I could turn into a decent article. One of the older ideas I had was something that I thought would be a…
I really wanted to like iTunes Radio for two simple reasons. The first is that it’s integrated into all my iOS devices and iTunes and that just makes it easier to enjoy and control. The second reason was that since I’m already paying for iTunes Match $25/year (that I absolutely love), iTunes Radio is delivered […]
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Dragging and dropping a file from Bridge or Lightroom on top of an open document in Photoshop will (by default) place the file as an embedded Smart Object. For more control over how the image is added, select Photoshop Preferences > General: • Resize Image During Place – this will automatically scale down any file […]
In this Quick Tip for Lightroom (How to Stop Lightroom from Switching Folders After Importing Images), Julieanne demonstrates how to prevent Lightroom from automatically switching folders when importing files.
This is just a quick FYI type post, but today Adobe announced “PhoneGap for the Enterprise”. You can read more about it at the PhoneGap Blog: Introducing PhoneGap for the Enterprise.
From that blog, some of the details are:
- Better collaboration – With our new PhoneGap Enterprise app, developer team members and business colleagues can view the latest version of apps in production, development and staging
- App editing capabilities – Non-developer colleagues can edit and improve the app experience using a simple drag-and-drop interface from the new Adobe Experience Manager apps; this way developers can focus on building new features, not on making updates.
- Analytics & optimization – Teams can immediately start measuring app performance with Adobe Analytics; we’re also planning to incorporate functionality so teams can start A/B testing their way to higher app engagement and monetization using Adobe Target.
- Push notifications – Engage your customers on-the-go with push notifications from Adobe Campaign
- Support and training – PhoneGap Enterprise comes with SLA and support so customers can rest assured that Adobe PhoneGap has their back.
You can read more here: Adobe PhoneGap Enterprise