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Background Removal from Packshot Photography

Background Removal from Packshot Photography

| July 3, 2013 | 12 Comments

Today we have prepared one treat for you, that will save you lots of time. We are giving you away one handy Photoshop tutorial¬†and action that is aimed at extracting packshot images from their backgrounds. Back in the day when I started working in magazine publishing Photoshop was in its early years. The first version […]

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Text Justification

Text Justification

| May 24, 2013 | 9 Comments

In this tutorial we will discuss how to adjust settings for justified type. Tweaking word, letter and glyph spacing is a must if you want to improve the appearance and readability of your text.   First let’s go to the preferences setup of your document and make an adjustment which will help us to see […]

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Tip No. 4 – Always Visible Master Page Elements

Tip No. 4 – Always Visible Master Page Elements

| May 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Many times I got a question how to make master page elements, like page numbers or running heads, always visible! The answer is, use layers. For example if you place an image on the page that is covering the page numbers, and you don’t want that, you will have to manually detach page numbers and […]

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Tip No. 3 – Numbers on the Cover Page

Tip No. 3 – Numbers on the Cover Page

| April 24, 2013 | 1 Comment

This is our third weekly tip. Each week we will bring you short articles in which you can find some great ideas about different topics related to magazine production. These tips are not meant to be long and detailed, but instead they will be short articles which, we hope, will help you to get some […]

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Working with Mugshots

Working with Mugshots

| March 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

In this article I am gonna talk about working with mugshots. Lots of inexperienced designers do not know how to achieve some dynamic layouts with mugshots cause mugshots are pretty dull to work with but you can lay them out in many interesting ways which will create some dynamic story between them.   If you […]

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Tip No. 2 – First Anniversary

Tip No. 2 – First Anniversary

| March 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

This is our second weekly tip. Each week we will bring you short articles in which you can find some great ideas about different topics related to magazine production. These tips are not meant to be long and detailed articles, but instead they will be short articles which, we hope, will help you to get […]

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Setting the Subheads

Setting the Subheads

| March 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Subheads are one of those page¬†elements with which you will work often and you have to know how to approach them and how to lay them out. Their role is to break up the text and to give readers some clue what lies in the following paragraphs. This is why subheads should have meaning since […]

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Tip No.1 – Column Photo

Tip No.1 – Column Photo

| March 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

This is our first weekly tip. Each week we will bring you short articles in which you can find some great ideas about different topics related to magazine production. These tips are not meant to be long and detailed articles, but instead they will be short articles which, we hope, will help you to get […]

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