Join Nigel French for an in-depth discussion in this video Unifying the images with a stylistic treatment, part of Designing an Invitation.
Our next step is to apply a treatment to these images that's going to tie them…together a bit better.…Let's just take a look at some of the things we might do.…I'm going to use this number to demonstrate this with.…I'm going to select it, and then holding down the Option or Alt key, I'm going…to double-click on it and that's going to open it in its creator application.…If you find when you do this, it doesn't open in Photoshop;…you will need to do this step first.…You'll only need to do this once, but the step is, come to your Finder or your…desktop and choose an example of the file type that we're working with, which in…this case is a JPEG.…
And then from the File menu, choose Get Info, make sure that this section here,…Open With, is set to Photoshop and then click Change All.…If you're doing that on a Windows machine, right-click on the file name and…choose Properties and you'll have the same sort of options.…You'll only need to this once and it will stay that way until somebody comes…along and changes it.…
- Looking at type choices
- Creating a digital letterpress effect
- Adding text and images
- Creating alternate versions of your invitation