Posts tagged "Warp"

October 24, 2018

Photoshop CC 2019 Essential Training: Design – Live on LinkedIn | Lynda.com

I’m excited to announce that my new Photoshop CC 2019 Essential Training: Design course is now live on LinkedIn Learning and on Lynda.com:

Course Description:

Adobe Photoshop is a powerful program used across many industries, from art and design to scientific imaging. This course was created specifically to help designers master this complex technology, with the goal of removing technical barriers so you can start creating as soon as possible. Photoshop CC 2019 boasts tools and features for making tonal and color adjustments, applying effects and treatments to type and graphics, and distorting, filtering, and layering elements—all while maintaining the highest-quality output. In this course, Julieanne Kost demonstrates how to efficiently perform common design tasks, including editing images, drawing shapes, and working with type and fonts. As she helps you master key Photoshop features, she shares practical tips for boosting your productivity.

Topics Include:

  1. Working with Smart Objects
  2. Creative transformations and warping
  3. Essential filters for designers
  4. Emulating traditional drawing techniques
  5. Working with shape and fill layers
  6. Pen tool basics
  7. Applying layer effects and styles
  8. Type essentials
  9. Creative brush techniques
  10. Working with libraries and artboards
  11. Exporting files and sharing images
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December 1, 2014

Free Transform and Warp Mode in Photoshop

When in Free Transform, if you want to toggle to Warp mode, you need to click the Warp icon in the Options bar (or Control -click (Mac)  |  Right -click Win within the transformation bounding box and chose Warp from the list). However, while in Warp mode, Command +T (Mac) | Control + T (Win) toggles from Warp mode back to Free Transform mode.

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February 7, 2012

Photoshop – Warping Multiple Layers as One

In order to warp multiple layers as if they are one (such as multiple text layers), on the Layers panel, select the layers and choose Layer > Smart Object > Convert to Smart Object. Then, choose Edit > Transform > Warp and apply the warp to the Smart Object. To re-edit any of the individual layers, choose Layer > Smart Object > Edit Contents or simply double-click on the layer’s thumbnail in the Layers panel.

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