Using InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop Together: Moving Vectors


In this classroom we learn great techniques in the use of Photoshop.  What I found interesting in this article is that it shows you how to create certain pathway called “vectors” and the benefits of using each of these programs and how to transfer from program to program.  This article uses Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator and teaches you where there are strengths and weaknesses in each for when it comes to moving vectors from program to program.  Below is an example of how a vector looks when moved from another program to Photoshop as pixels.


While here below is a picture of how it looks when moving a vector into Photoshop as a path as we have worked with in this class.


This is not anything that we will be possibly doing in class but I felt like it was a nice article in which would be put into use for future reference if anybody wanted to pursue work with Photoshop and expanding the horizons into InDesign or Illustrator.  Here is the link below:

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