Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Save shapes, part of Learning the Adobe Creative Cloud.
- The first Adobe Capture feature that I'd like…to show you is the "shapes" feature.…Shapes allows you to capture content with the camera…on your phone, or even a picture that you've already taken,…and converts it to a vector-based object…that can be edited in Illustrator, and in turn,…used in pretty much any of the Adobe applications.…Let me show you how this feature works.…So, I was sitting down with my client the other day,…and they had indicated that they'd like another variant…of the Leaf & Mortar logo, but in a simpler form.…
So during our meeting, I grabbed a piece of paper and…a marker, and I sketched out an idea that I had on paper.…The client liked it, and decided that they'd like…to see a more refined version of that logo.…So to save time, I thought I'd use Adobe Capture…to help things along.…Now, I have Adobe Capture already open on my phone here.…And at the very top, you see all the different categories…where it says: shapes, type, colors, materials, and so on.…I'm gonna make sure I tap on the "shapes" category,…
Chad explains how to sign up for Creative Cloud and install programs and updates. He shows how to upload, download, and manage files in the cloud, and reviews the sharing and collaboration workflow. Then he demonstrates how to store and share reusable assets in CC Libraries and explores some additional, lesser-known services, such as Typekit, Adobe Stock, and Adobe Capture. Finally, Chad shows how to use the Creative Cloud and other Adobe mobile apps to take your work anywhere your creativity leads.
- Signing up for Creative Cloud
- Installing Creative Cloud on Mac and Windows
- Installing CC apps
- Working with files
- Creating and sharing CC libraries
- Identifying and saving colors, fonts, and shapes with Adobe Capture
- Creating patterns and brushes with Adobe Capture
- Using the Adobe mobile apps
Skill Level Appropriate for all
InDesign CC 2017 Essential Trainingwith David Blatner6h 43m Beginner
1. Get Started with the Creative Cloud
2. Work with Desktop Apps
3. Creative Cloud Files
4. Creative Cloud Libraries
5. Creative Cloud Services
6. Adobe Capture
7. Mobile Apps
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