Learn about saving the artwork in a variety of formats for external use.
- [Instructor] Here's our completed image,…and the issue now is how do we get it off the screen…and into a usable format?…We'll go to the Document settings, and we'll look at Export.…And here we get all of the export options.…Normally, we would output this as a JPEG file…and you can see this size 4,000 pixels wide…is going to come out to about nine megabytes in size.…
We can reduce the size of it here…and for more accurate results,…we can tap and type in say 2,000 for a smaller image,…and this brings it down to just 2.99 megabytes,…but let's put it back to the full resolution.…We could export this in a variety of formats…for different purposes.…We could, for example, export it as a PSD file,…which will then be readable by Photoshop,…although it does come in at 103 megabytes.…
But if we wanted to print this poster,…we'd do best by exporting it as a PDF file.…In this format, the text will be exported as vector artwork,…which will print much more crisply…than if it were part of the image and exported as a bitmap…
This course was created and produced by Steve Caplin. We are honored to host this training in our library.
- Adjusting color
- Working with selections
- Adding adjustments and filters
- Inserting text
- Correcting lens distortion
- Retouching skin
- Creating HDR images
Skill Level Beginner
1. Image Enhancement
2. Creating a Jazz Poster
3 Working with RAW Images
4. Special Effects
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