Examining dynamic effects


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Examining dynamic effects

In this exercise, we are going to see how our vector-based logo was put together inside of Adobe Illustrator, more specifically, how I put it together. Now I've got the filigree, as I was saying, from the Fotolia Image Library, about which you can learn more at fotolia.com/deke, but everything else I did here inside of Illustrator. Now by this point in time, we've opened the Smart Object in Illustrator. You may recall this. If you're working on Windows, by the way, you can press the Window key along with Tab in order to get this groovy effect right there, in order to switch between your various applications.

You can just Command+Tab through them on the Mac if you want to or use Expos? or something along those lines. But anyway, here is our larger composition called Placed artwork.psd, as you may recall, found inside the 02_ACR_and_ Illustrator folder, and then I just went ahead and double-clicked on the thumbnail for Product logo in order to open it inside of Illustrator. Now why...

Examining dynamic effects
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Examining dynamic effects provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Smart Objects

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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