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Monday, May 11, 2009

Adobe Photoshop

We are finally approaching the very last step of our Revit Classroom Workflow chart.  I would like to introduce a few programs to you before I continue explaining the last step, Presentation.

Today I would like to introduce you to Adobe Photoshop.  There are many different photo editing programs that could be used to "post-edit" your renderings but Photoshop tops my list.  During the Presentation step I will explain to you the many ways I utilize this program to complete my presentation ready Revit project.  

Adobe does offer student discount for their software:  See this link.

Here is a little information and links:
"Communicating concepts visually to clients, regulators, and colleagues can be a challenge. New Adobe® Photoshop® CS4 Extended software delivers powerful tools to help you convey details clearly, articulate complex concepts, and report progress on projects in a visually compelling and dynamic way. What’s more, you can automate common tasks to save valuable time.

Comprehensive 3D painting and compositing capabilities, expanded 2D and 3D measurement tools, and a streamlined Adjustment and selection workflow are just a few of the features that enable you to work more efficiently and make a greater impact with all of your drawings, designs, and communications. Photoshop CS4 Extended is part of Adobe Creative Suite® 4 Design Premium edition."