Working with Images in InDesign
with Jason Hoppe
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01 Placing and Scaling Images in InDesign19:39
About The Class
the easy way to work with images.
Jason Hoppe has worked in high-end production training, photo retouching, color correction, and creative workflow management for nearly two decades.
- Overcome common Adobe InDesign layout challenges
- Place images exactly where you want them
- Size and space
- Create a contact sheet
- Use image automation
If images put a hitch in yourAdobe InDesign workflow, don’t miss your chance to learn the easy way to work with them in Working with Images in Adobe InDesign with Jason Hoppe.
- Software Used: Adobe InDesign CC 2014.2
Placing and Scaling Images in InDesign19:39
Fitting Images in InDesign10:21
Display Performance in InDesign03:39
Using the Links Panel in InDesign07:15
Modifying Original Files Outside of InDesign09:39
Creating a Contact Sheet and Captions in InDesign12:24
Autofitting Images on Master Pages in InDesign07:25
Working with Layered Images in InDesign07:19
An Adobe® Certified Expert and Adobe® Certified Instructor, Jason Hoppe has accrued more than 17 years’ experience in high-end production training, photo retouching, color correction, and creative workflow management. In fact, Jason has been performing high-end electronic production since the ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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This was great. Clear and nicely broken up into options. I thought I knew plenty about using images in Indesign, but this taught me some really helpful tips and tricks to make my workflow a lot smarter and faster.
Very informative. Includes all the details that are needed as well as at a good speed and repeated often enough to remember. Great teacher!
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