Layering in Adobe Photoshop for Digital Scrapbookers
with Traci Reed
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About The Class
lay the perfect foundation.
Learn how to make your layers lovely in Layering in Adobe® Photoshop® for Digital Scrapbookers! Traci Reed will teach you how to assemble papers, photos, and embellishments so your scrapbook pages look professional and polished, not cluttered.
There are so many fun elements to work within digital scrapbooking, but making pages that are pleasing to the eye can be a surprisingly difficult task. In this class, Traci will teach you how to use basic Adobe Photoshop tools to improve the overall look of your layout.
- How to create realistic depth
- Enhancing using the dodge and burn tool
- Designing with lighting effects
In Layering in Adobe Photoshop for Digital Scrapbookers you’ll learn how to layer from the ground up. Traci will show you how to lay the perfect foundation and how to finish it off with advanced final touches like painting and stitching.
Intro to Scrapbook Layering04:15
Paper: Your Layout Foundation11:35
Building Paper Strips & Blocks12:04
Create Chevrons with the Shape Tool
Traci teaches the easy way to use the rectangle tool in Adobe® Photoshop® to make a chevron design.05:25
How to Line Up Repeating Shapes04:10
Custom Shapes with Polygon Tool09:27
Make Your Own Pennant & Banners10:48
How to Add Interest with Your Photos05:10
Creating the Perfect Cluster11:52
Embellishments with the Visual Triangle12:58
How to Use the Visual Triangle with Pictures03:07
The Rule of Three02:18
Using the Power of White Space04:44
Using the Rule of Thirds08:43
Learn the Importance of Shadowing10:30
What is the Brush Tool?05:16
Using Brushes in a Layout06:05
Using Paint in a Layout03:24
Understanding Blend Modes07:21
Creating Mixed Media Mash Ups05:19
Using Layer Masks02:41
How to Blend Photos03:16
How to Blend Papers02:18
How to Blend Text01:14
Lighting Effects: Learning Radial Gradient05:18
Lighting Effects: Learning Inner Shadows01:51
Dodging & Burning Washi Tape07:59
Creating Custom Journaling with Text Tool05:41
Journaling with the Pen Tool06:46
Incorporating Journaling in the Design04:29
Making Stamps from Fonts06:49
Different Ways to Cluster with Alphabets07:54
Adding Embellishments to Titles04:24
Drawing Banners to Title Cluster03:20
Creating a Stitch Brush12:21
Creating Other Types of Stitching08:03
Traci Reed is a veteran in the Digital Scrapbooking world with over 10 years of experience in Photoshop for scrapbooking. She designs product for both digital scrapbookers at Sweet Shoppe Designs and paper scrapbookers through Gossamer Blue and My Mind’s ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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I have recently discovered digital scrapbooking and have been using a great scrapbooking software that I downloaded on-line. There are limitations with the software that prompted me to look deeper for ideas. Traci's course was fantastic! I learned so much from her not only in scrapbooking layouts and using different elements in a page but my level of understanding of photoshop has improved dramatically. The presentation was easy to follow and broken into perfect chunks to go back and review the techniques. Thank you so much Traci for presenting this awesome course. I will look for more of your courses. Your scrapbooking is beautiful and inspiring!
I'm a photographer. I do a lot of graphic design for my business. I feel like I'm fairly knowledgeable. I saw this class being shown for free on Creative Live one day and it wasn't my first choice to watch, but was the best out of the list... I was wrong. This is a great class. I didn't expect to learn that much and I've been learning a lot! Great info!
This course was amazing. I learn some things I didn't know how to do. Traci is simple and straight forward in her teaching. Very easy to understand.
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