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Typically, my day begins around
7.30, when I get into the company to organise and package the
jobs that have been printed. I try and get all that
done before the floodgates open at eight o’clock
and we begin trading. Good morning, Simon speaking.
Can I help you? Hi, Bob. How are you going?
Good, Simon. What do you think of this brochure here?
Do you think it’s working well? It looks OK. We could maybe work
with the colour a bit more. Each job is unique in its
own sense, varying from business card jobs right up
to full fledged magazines. My job is a digital
pre-press operator. The average perception is that
with a magazine, you would have a graphic designer designing
it and a printer printing it. But what a lot of people don’t
understand is that there is a big gap in between the graphic
designer and the printer, who actually makes the job work,
organises the graphic work to something the printer can use to print the magazine.
And that’s what my job entails. This job only
requires a short run. It’s actually only 100 copies so
what I would do then is I would direct that file to the Indigo which
is the short-run, digital press. Hey, Tim. How are you going?
Good. With this one here, the client
just wants us to lift the cyan a bit just on the cover, you know.
The rest of it’s fine. Just the cyan?
Just the cyan, yeah. As technology moves, so
does the print industry. Turnaround times have gone from two
or three days to almost two or three hours. Now with the introduction of this
Indigo press, we are able to do that. It’s instantaneous. There
are no plates and it comes off dry, ready for
the client to pick up. On the other hand, there is still
the need for conventional printing Jobs, some jobs do still require
thousands of copies, so what that would then entail, is going
on to the traditional press. Traditional printing is still
a vast area of my industry. This press, as opposed to the
digital Indigo press, is a more conventional press. Although it is
fast, plates do have to be made. A press operator has to make ready
but as you can see, it can run 15,000 full-colour sheets per
hour, which is quite astonishing. This is Hal. He’s the printer. It’s his job to keep this press running to
make sure that there’s ink in the ducts and to make sure that there’s paper running through
this for eight hours each and every day. Warren’s job is basically
what I do in the morning. He’s responsible for taking the
printed job and organising finishing, deliveries, dealing with any problems, dealing
with couriers and also delivering jobs. Andrew’s our
guillotine operator. His job is to make sure that the paper
is cut to the right size for the press and also, once the job is printed,
that it’s printed to size for delivery straight to the
client or to the finishers. I think we should run it. Sweetan is the manager. He
organises what job is put on the press and how long it
should be on the press for. He also deals with clients and
any problems that might arise. 16 hundred – is that correct, Sweetan?
Yep, that’s fine. I got into this job through
doing an apprenticeship. I got in contact with the printing governing
body and then sat an examination. From that examination, I was lucky
enough to get myself an apprenticeship. I like this job because I get a
great sense of job satisfaction. I enjoy seeing a job from initial conception
right through to the finished product. I enjoy dealing with digital files.
I enjoy the deadlines. I don’t enjoy not sleeping but I
do enjoy the buzz of being in a production environment and producing
something that is mass produced. If you wanted to get into this industry,
my best advice would be to get in contact with the governing body
and even do some door knocking. Knock on people’s doors and ask is
there any chance of work experience, because you’ll find that a lot of companies
do offer work experience and a lot of companies are quite happy to take
young kids on as a learning process. We also offer VET for students who are
still at high school who are thinking of getting into the industry and that gives
them a sort of feel for how things work, why they work and just to help them make up
their minds – is this what I want to do?
open photoshop software drag and drop the images that you want to change the background select the image click W to select the magic wand tool press Shift button and mouse left click to select select background double click on layer and press Ok Press Alt + s + f feather radius value=1 or less then click ok press delete button clik Ctrl + d and then click Ctrl + t drag the image press Alt + Shift buttons and maximize the image then click enter button set it on perfect place press Ctrl + s to save image select maximum size for better quality images Thank You For Watching
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Thanks for clicking Welcome to Ju Joy Design Bangla Today I gonna show how to create Advertising Poster in Photoshop CC Choose color as you like Press Ctrl+Delete Shadow effect Change Opacity Select Ellipse Tool (E) Press hold Shift+Alt the drag a shape Color Gradient Radial Reverse Change Color Light effect Drop Shadow effect Stroke Drop Shadow Press Shift+Ctrl+Alt+E Camera Raw Filter I hope You Like this video
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Add & Adjust Effects Press the “Effects” icon Select the effect you want to apply Slide your finger left or right to adjust effect strength. For more options press the “Paintbrush” icon. Press the circle icon to adjust the size of the paint brush You can now apply or remove the effect on specific parts of your image You can also inverse the changes you have made for a different effect Press the “Tick” icon to apply changes
In this Gimp workshop we are going to apply
the HDR or High Dynamic Range effect. If you want to follow along, the download
link for the image is in the video description. When we have opened our image, we press Ctrl+Shift+D
twice, to make two duplicates of the layer. Double click on the name of the bottom layer
and change it to original. Then hit enter. Now press the upwards pointing arrow on your
keyboard to select the middle layer. Press enter and change the name to overlay. Hit enter. Press again on the upwards pointing arrow, hit enter again, and change the name of this layer to desaturate. Hit enter again. When we hover with the mouse, without clicking, over the mode, and then roll the mouse wheel, we can see the different modes and there effects. We make this mode overlay. Press Alt+C to open the colors drop down menu and then press the D key to make the desaturation dialog box visible. Now we just press enter. Press Alt+C again and now the V key. Press enter to invert the layer. Now we press Alt+R, then we press the B key and then the G key to make the gaussian blur dialog box visible. Drag the dialog box to the top of your screen
and pull it out. Move the image so you can see the tram. Make the blur radius 50 and click okay. Then we click and drag the middle layer to
the top of the layers stack. We make its mode also overlay. Press and hold the Shift key and click on
the eye of the bottom layer. In that way we can see the difference. This is basically how we can make a HDR effect,
and we could leave it like this. But we can however go a bit further. Make sure the desaturate layer is selected
and press Ctrl+Shift+D to make a duplicate. Press and hold the shift key and then click on the eye of the original bottom layer to see the difference. Another possibility is selecting the top
layer, press Ctrl+Shift+D again to make a duplicate of this layer. Then we can change the opacity to our liking. Here to, we can press and hold the shift key and then click on the eye of the original bottom layer to see the difference. When you think its to much, you can of course
just delete these last added layers again by selecting them and clicking on the waste bin. Just see what feels good for you. Anyway, here it is, our very own HDR image. I hope this helps and if that is the case,
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