In this video, learn how to prepare the images in Photoshop and how to add the captions to the image metadata.
- For the next few movies … I'd like us to turn our attention to the preparation … and placement of the images. … So before we place them, … we need to prepare them in Photoshop. … Here is one of the original illustrations, … and the first thing I want to do … is convert it from a color image to a grayscale image. … Next, I want to make sure that I give it … a meaningful name. … You may remember that I pointed out in the text file … that I have inserted these markers, … indicating where the images are to be placed. … Now these markers are based upon the 1897 edition. … So I went through that PDF, … and noted the page number of those images. … Our pagination is different, but that doesn't matter. … We can always refer to … and find this marker in the text. … So I'm going to save the file. … I'll keep it as a JPEG, … as zero eight, … and then I'm going to add in … a word that is referenced in the caption. … The next thing I want to do … is add the caption text … to the image metadata. …
- Setting up an InDesign workspace
- Adjusting the page size and margins
- Placing text
- Applying text styles
- Automating formatting
- Adding footnotes and headers
- Placing images
- Fixing text details
- Creating the front matter
- Creating the cover
- Exporting the final book
Skill Level Intermediate
InDesign CC: Designing a Magazine Layoutwith Nigel French1h 51m Intermediate
EPUB Accessibility Using InDesignwith Laura Brady2h 41m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Document Setup and Strategy
3. Placing Text
4. Styling the Text
5. Working with Images
6. Finessing Text Composition
7. Creating the Front Matter
8. Creating the Cover
9. Preparing for Print
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