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By: Tom Gillan  
Note that if you're using the 64-bit version of Adobe Photoshop on an Apple Macintosh you may have trouble using the Lighting Effects. If so, open Photoshop in 32-bit mode and Lighting Effects should return. To do so close Photoshop if it is open, then fi
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Viewed : 44 Times   Date Submitted :  2017-05-31
  Article Number : 213638
Search Terms : Photoshop ,Effects ,Photoshop ,effect ,layer ,Adobe ,Effects ,effects ,Lighting ,choose ,image
SEO Score: 44

By: Tom Gillan  
In addition plugins and extensions can be downloaded for photo realistic rendering, especially for photometric lighting scenes. This is a typical workflow for architectural or interior design models, but a similar process would be used for town planning o
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Viewed : 67 Times   Date Submitted :  2017-02-01
  Article Number : 213490
Search Terms : SketchUp ,Workflow ,model ,create ,used ,terrain ,image ,Google ,realistic ,design
SEO Score: 28

By: Tom Gillan  
Then you need to save the image in a new format - there are many to choose from, except JPEG. Saving it as a JPEG will result in adding a white background since the file format does not support transparency. The format you choose will often depend on what
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Viewed : 51 Times   Date Submitted :  2016-12-30
  Article Number : 213424
Search Terms : Photoshop ,Etching ,selection ,background ,image ,tool
SEO Score: 22

By: Tom Gillan  
Gradients could also be used to simulate metallic materials. This time select choose the Reflected Gradient option in the Control panel. By clicking and dragging a small amount, the appearance of a shiny metal highlight is created. The Angle Gradient type
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Viewed : 110 Times   Date Submitted :  2016-10-08
  Article Number : 213307
Search Terms : Photoshop ,Gradients ,gradient ,layer ,colours ,Gradient ,mask ,drag
SEO Score: 28

By: Tom Gillan  
Modifying lines drawn with the Pen tool is easy too. To make a shape more complex, use the Add Anchor Point tool to add extra points which can later be moved with the Direct Selection tool. Or, conversely, to simplify a shape use the Delete Anchor Point t
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Viewed : 158 Times   Date Submitted :  2016-03-17
  Article Number : 213104
Search Terms : Illustrator ,Pen ,Tool ,tool ,points ,Point ,Anchor ,Illustrator ,shape ,click ,handles ,create
SEO Score: 49

By: Tom Gillan  
In the last few versions of Indesign Adobe has added the capability to create ebooks and apps for Android and Apple. Whilst the publishing side of this can be complex, the initial Indesign workflow for the layout design is virtually the same as for print
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Viewed : 242 Times   Date Submitted :  2016-01-03
  Article Number : 213069
Search Terms : Adobe ,Workflow ,Graphic ,Design ,Indesign ,Adobe ,document ,courses
SEO Score: 32


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