Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Generate vector shapes with Adobe Capture, part of Adobe Mobile Apps For Designers.
- [Voiceover] The next part of Adobe Capture…that we're gonna be taking a look at…are the vector shapes.…And the shape creation process inside of Adobe Capture…could not be any simpler quite frankly,…and this is something that is really helping me…jumpstart my raster to vector workflow.…We've all had that client that sends us…a low resolution JPEG copy of their logo,…or somebody that, you know,…hands you something on a napkin or something like that,…and they're like,…"Yeah, can you use this as part of my business card?"…Or whatever the case may be,…and you look at it and you go,…"Oh my gosh, how in the world am I going to turn that…"into something usable?"…Well, this application is built…to give you a leg-up, almost like a head start…in doing that kind of work.…
So let me show you exactly how it works here.…The shapes interface, very simple,…hit the plus sign in the very bottom,…and that's going to launch open the shape preview.…Now at first it's gonna look kinda crazy on my screen…and that's because I have Tape,…
- Creating custom patterns, color themes, and brushes with Capture CC
- Vector drawing with Adobe Draw
- Image editing and compositing with Photoshop Mix
- Retouching with Photoshop Fix
- Drawing and painting with Photoshop Sketch
- Creating layouts with Comp CC
Skill Level Beginner
Drawing on the iPad with Adobe Sketchwith Tony Harmer1h 11m Beginner
Accelerated Design with Comp CC and InDesignwith Tony Harmer1h 37m Intermediate
1. Adobe Capture
2. Adobe Draw
3. Adobe Photoshop Fix
4. Adobe Photoshop Mix
5. Adobe Comp CC
Create a layout with Comp CC5m 47s
6. Adobe Sketch
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