Learn about breaking the grid with pop-out images in Adobe InDesign.
- [Instructor] Similar to the cut-out image … is the pop-out image where you have a part of the image … breaking out of the rectangular frame … as we have here with the snowboarder … where the hand and part of the snowboard … breaks out of the rectangle. … This is achieved either using … a Photoshop path or using layers. … In this case, I've done it with a Photoshop path … and it involves having a copy of the image … exactly on top of the original … and then increasing the size of its frame, … revealing portions of the image that are cut out. … I'm going to come to the Layers panel … and then disclose the contents of the picture's layer … where we see two copies of this image. … To show you how I created this, … I'll select the top one and delete it … and I'm back to the point now where the whole of my image … is confined within the frame. … I'll select it and now duplicate it by dragging … the item onto the Create New Layer icon, … so I'm back to having two copies now. … I'll select the top version, …
- Why grids matter
- Setting up a modular grid
- Determining margins, page size, and aspect ratio
- Creating a baseline grid
- Creating a cap height grid
- Text wraps and grids
- Object styles and grid
- Using the Gridify feature
- Breaking your grid with images
- Shaping text frames
Skill Level Intermediate
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Graphic Design Foundations: Typographywith Ina Saltz2h 23m Beginner
1. Grids: An Overview
2. Setting Up a Grid
3. Using a Baseline Grid in InDesign
4. Grid-Related InDesign Tools and Features
5. Breaking the Grid
6. Third-Party Grid Tools
Grid Calculator Pro6m 31s
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