vendredi 25 mars 2011

DEP en infographie - Module 2 - Microsoft Word 2004 - Numérotation page spécifiques

Après 1 heure de recherche j'ai enfin trouvé comment faire ce qu'on voulait faire.

En gros

1ière page, on fait un saut de page à la fin de la page

2ième page, on fait un saut de section (page suivante) à la fin de la page.

3ième page, on fait un saut de section (page suivante) à la fin de la page.

Voilà c'est aussi simple que cela.

Vive Quark et InDesign !

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jeudi 24 mars 2011

Procédés infographiques - Module 2 - Environnement Mac OSX - Divers tutoriaux 1 - Enseignant Steve Prud'Homme

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Find : Graphic Design : Adam Dachis : How to Give Your Photos a Gritty, High-Contrast Look

 

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You've probably seen professional photos and advertisements (especially sports ads) with a gritty, high-contrast look. Assuming you've got a well-lit photo, this effect is very easy to achieve in just a few seconds by blending a color channel. Here's how.

The video above demonstrates the process for you, but here are the basic steps:

  • Go into the Channels palette in Photoshop, select the green layer, and copy it.
  • Select the RGB composite layer in the Channels palette, then switch back to the layers palette and paste the green layer you just copied into a new layer.
  • Set the blending mode of your newly-pasted layer to Overlay.
  • Dial down the opacity until you get the look you want.

That's it!


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Find : Graphic Design : Adam Dachis - How to Create Easy Reflections in Photoshop (or Any Image Editor)

 

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You've probably seen text, product shots, and other kinds of images with reflections since it's become a fairly popular effect. It's really easy to do in Photoshop, or pretty much any image editor (even a web-based one). Here's how to do it.

The video above will give you the full rundown, but here are the steps involved:

  • Take the image you want to reflect and copy the bottom half of it, then paste that into a new layer.
  • Line up the pasted layer with the layer of the object you want to reflect, then flip the paste layer vertically. In Photoshop, you can do this by pressing Command+T (Control+T on Windows), right-clicking on the pasted image, and choosing Flip Vertical.
  • With your pasted image flipped, line up the top part of it with the bottom part of the image you want to reflect. At this point it should already look like its reflecting, but not very realistically.
  • Grab the eraser tool and make sure the brush has a hardness of 0. Set the brush size to about the height of the reflection layer. Place the eraser about half-way down the reflection and all the way to the left. Hold down shift to ensure your line will be straight, then click and drag the erase all the way to the other end of the canvas. This will make the reflection fade out into the background.
  • Finally, reduce the reflection layer's opacity so it's not quite as intense as the real object.

That's all, you're done! For more Photoshop tips, tricks, and how-tos, check out our Photoshop tag page. If you're new to Photoshop, check out our Basics of Photoshop Lessons to learn how to use it.


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Find : Diy : How to Force Your Mac to Stay Awake Indefinitely via the Command Line

How to Force Your Mac to Stay Awake Indefinitely via the Command LinePreviously posted menubar app Caffeine can keep your Mac from falling asleep for a set amount of time, but if you want to control sleep yourself, through the OS X Terminal, you can do so very easily with a simple command.

User Ricket on StackExchange shares this neat little command line tip. To keep your Mac awake, all you have to do is open Terminal on your Mac (Macintosh HD -> Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal) and enter the following command:

pmset noidle

When you're ready to allow your machine to sleep again, you just need to press Control + C.

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Procédés infographiques - Module 2 - Tutoriel Word 2004 - Divers tutoriaux 1

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lundi 14 mars 2011

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Graphic Design : Collage : Instagram at the Grammys: MTV Making Use of iPhone Photography


Forget Lady Gaga and the egg. Forget Cee Lo’s insanely awesome performance with puppets. Forget that Eminem killed it on stage with Dr. Dre. The Grammys were huge last night and the activity on Twitter was pretty wild even for me. I was amazed at the number of people that engage in social media as these shows are on. But there was something that was even more awesome to me: the use of instagram at the Grammys by MTV! Even if you’re not MTV, how are you using Instagram or your iPhone for photography to promote your photography and business?

MTV Grammys coverage using Instagram iPhoneography

MTV was making use of iPhone Photography and the popular social photography app, Instagram. Snooki and Sway Calloway hit up the red carpet at the Grammys with an iPhone and snapped shots of their live coverage. iPhone photography, with the help of Instagram, is becoming a seriously fun and social way to share photography in real time for events, leading up to events, and behind the scenes.

MTV iPhone Photography using Instagram at Grammys

MTV making use of Instagram is wicked proof that my vision for iPhone photography is well in motion. If you received my newsletter today, I included another amazing link to something special related to iPhone Photography.

Are major camera companies like Nikon or Canon paying attention to what’s going on with mobile phone photography and the ability to share the photography instantly? I have daydreams where I’m not even concerned with using a Nikon or a Canon for my photography.

Snooki and Sway - Instagram at the Grammys

Everyday something new is happening with iPhone Photography and something is brewing behind the walls of Instagram. Just a week before, I was able to follow Super Bowl hashtags on Instagram and see iPhone photography from Kevin Rose at the game.

Cool. So What? Whatever. MTV is using Instagram because it’s the latest hype and that’s all it is! Right? No way.

I urge photographers to look at what’s happening with iPhone photography and Instagram from a larger view and within judgement. MTV was able to take interesting photographs and share them in real time with people following their Instagram feed. MTV is finding ways to use these tools and platforms to be top of mind in the eyes of fans and viewers. MTV has always been a brand that looks to show it’s creativity and connection with having a good time while coving the music industry. Using Instagram connects with a community of creatives while at the same time it’s doing their marketing, advertising, and making headlines.

Would you expect PBS to start using instagram to promote and share a telethon? I doubt it. Does instagram fit in with your brand as a photography business? Using this app might not be for every photographer out there, especially the very conservative pixel counters out there. Unfortunately there are many many uses for iPhone Photography that some photographers may be missing out on because of their pride.

Instagram being used at the Grammys by MTV is pretty cool and the photography speaks for itself too.

Here are a few more photos I found in the MTV feed that I thought to share:

Instagram and MTV using iPhone Photography

B.O.B at Grammys talking to Sway - IPhone Photography with Instagram

Snooki and Paulie D at Grammys courtesy of Instagram iPhone Photography

Instagram iPhone Photography from MTV at Grammys

Hotness at Grammys with MTV, Instagram and the iPhone Photography

Instagram Photography from MTV at 2011 Grammys

Prediction? Soon we’ll hear people talking about celebrities making money from Instagram photos instead of tweets.

If you’re not already thinking about how you can make the most out of having fun with Instagram and your iPhone, I strongly suggest you start now.

Photo credit – @MTV on Instagram or find them in their instagram feed.

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