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Posted on 31/03/15 10:47:59 PM
Steve Caplin
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Retouch Pro: Photoshop and Illustrator 1st April
My new show is on Photoshop and Illustrator - how you can work with images in Illustrator, and why you'd want to.

The show starts at 9pm UK time - and yes, this time (since the clocks have gone forward) it really is 9pm.

Register for free here:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2446020112108572161

Posted on 01/04/15 08:19:18 AM
tooquilos
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Re: Retouch Pro: Photoshop and Illustrator 1st April
I'm very interested to see this tutorial Steve. I don't know what time it will be for me to watch it live however I will watch the re run.

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Posted on 01/04/15 11:38:47 PM
GKB
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Re: Retouch Pro: Photoshop and Illustrator 1st April
Excellent show as always. Really must use Illustrator more often.

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Posted on 07/04/15 5:40:22 PM
Kathryn
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Re: Retouch Pro: Photoshop and Illustrator 1st April
Steve, do you have a link to your Photoshop/Illustrator past show?

I have been a Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign user for many years now.
I often times migrate between the applications depending upon the project and the specific task at hand.

Lots of methods and techniques to get from point A to point Z!!!!

Kathryn

Posted on 07/04/15 5:57:03 PM
Emil
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Re: Retouch Pro: Photoshop and Illustrator 1st April
Again: Problem with a copy from Illustrator to Photoshop. The round corners effect is lost.



Posted on 17/04/15 1:57:39 PM
Steve Caplin
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Re: Retouch Pro: Photoshop and Illustrator 1st April
That's because the circle effect in Illustrator is a live effect. You need to Expand it first before the circles become real objects.

Posted on 18/04/15 5:12:46 PM
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Re: Retouch Pro: Photoshop and Illustrator 1st April
I have just tried the effect again and it works now.

What did you mean by "Expand"? Even I did not use the transformation effect to make some space between the circles I had the circle effect in Photoshop copy now.




Posted on 20/04/15 08:01:29 AM
Steve Caplin
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Re: Retouch Pro: Photoshop and Illustrator 1st April
Some Illustrator effects are 'live', which means you can adjust them after you've created them. These effects look like regular paths, but they aren't; in order to turn them into standard, editable paths you need to use Object > Expand, after which the effect is no longer live.
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