Photoshop: Overview

Photoshop is the leading industry software for digital photo and image editing. Created by Adobe, Photoshop has been around since 1987. It has stood the test of time and has become the most popular image editing software available.

Adobe Photoshop Overview: 0:00
What is Photoshop: 0:15
Opening Photoshop 1:01
Adobe Photoshop Features: 1:25
Adobe Photoshop Wrap-up: 2:45

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Graphic Design: Overview

All businesses large and small should realize the impact that quality graphic design can have on the success of their company. When Final Web Design goes through the process of building professional online and offline digital graphics we always custom design our imagery for your specific market.

0:00 Graphic Design Overview
0:23 Adobe Photoshop
0:54 Adobe Illustrator
1:35 Logo Design
2:05 Business Cards
2:35 Brochures
2:50 Graphic Design Overview Wrap-up

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Photoshop: Remove Image Background

This tutorial will show you how to easily remove a background from an image or logo. This is a useful technique for any graphic design that may want to create a PNG or transparent image for their project. See this video for yourself on our website at https://FinalWebDesign.com/Video-Blog/Photoshop-Remove-Image-Background

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Photoshop: Rounding Image Corners

Rounding the corners on photos and images is one of the most common Photoshop tasks in web development. In this video we will show you how to round the corners on all your images in Adobe Photoshop.

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Tips for Professional Logo Design

Business logos are the foundation of any businesse's identity. The look and the colors of your company logo are going to determine the look of all your business marketing and promotional materials. This blog post will highlight a few tips that professionals use when designing professional logos.

View from Multiple Angles

One of the first tips when putting your logo together is to view it from multiple angles. Take the design and rotate it, flip it and stretch the logo. Viewing from various angles helps to ensure that the logo is legible and remains aesthetic from all perspectives. Logos are often used on t-shirts, hats, promotional materials and other items that are not always presented upright. Multiple angles are often overlooked and can lead to logos that are unusable in many of their desired purposes.

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