The first in a four-part series by industry-pro Deke McClelland on creating elegant, optimized graphics with the tools in Illustrator CS6 and Deke's special, branded techniques.
Covers the image editing process from the very beginning and progresses through the concepts and techniques that every photographer or graphic designer should know.
An exploration of Adobe’s vector graphics program.
Explores such indispensable Photoshop features as resolution, cropping, color correction, retouching, and layers.
Deke McClelland shows users how to get into the Illustrator mindset and overcome its learning curve.
Deke examines the essential capabilities of the application, from correcting color to retouching portraits.
Deke McClelland introduces the new features in CS4 while emphasizing core concepts.
Provides a concise but thorough examination of core Illustrator concepts.
A concise demonstration of techniques used to assemble text and images into multi-page documents that can be published in various formats.
Teaches the key features of Illustrator CS3 in a way that anyone can understand, and reveals the "Illustrator mindset."
Deke McClelland explores such topics as navigation, color correction, resolution, and retouching in Photoshop CS3.
Deke McClelland shows how to use Photoshop Elements 5 and its three main workspaces to create professional-looking images.