Exporting Illustrator files for use in Photoshop


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Exporting Illustrator files for use in Photoshop

Many times, you'll create artwork inside of Illustrator, but then you want to bring that artwork into Photoshop to finish off a design. For example, it's very easy to create precise shapes and objects inside of Illustrator. But you may want to take advantage of advanced painting or pixel-based drawing capabilities that Photoshop has. So in those cases, you might start off with art inside of Illustrator, and then bring them into Photoshop. Of course, there are many reasons why you might want to take Illustrator artwork into Photoshop. And it's nice to know that you can preserve a lot of editable information when you work between these two programs.

Now, it's true that if I take a regular, native Illustrator file and I save it out of Illustrator, and I then open up that native Illustrator file into Photoshop, Photoshop can correctly rasterize that image and place that as one large image. However, if I want to preserve individual object attributes, things like transparency, th...

Exporting Illustrator files for use in Photoshop
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Exporting Illustrator files for use in Photoshop provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS5 Essential Training

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