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I explain how to use the Eyedropper Tool in Adobe InDesign, and how it is similar to, and different from, the same tool in Adobe Photoshop in this short video tutorial.
I introduce the selection and pen tools in Adobe InDesign in this short video tutorial.
In this video tutorial, I show how to create master pages in Adobe InDesign, edit specific instances of master page items on other pages, and apply a second set of master page content.
In this more in-depth tutorial, I explain how to use custom brushes, color range selections, and masking to achieve a stylized look with brushes composing the subjects.
In this video tutorial, I show how to create an image sandwich, or concealing part of a magazine title in the cover, using selection and duplicate layer techniques in Adobe Photoshop.
Adding digital makeup in Adobe Photoshop can be achieved by using the brush tool on new layers in combination with layer blending modes.
Selecting a color range in Adobe Photoshop can be useful for selecting areas without strongly dilineated borders.
This short video tutorial shows how to create text made up of photos by using layer clipping masks in Adobe Photoshop.
In this short video tutorial, I show how to use masking and blurring to achieve a simulated depth of field in Adobe Photoshop.
Using the brush tool in combination with pixilate filters can produce unique and abstract borders.