Helping Photoshop and InDesign Play Nice
This article appeared in Issue 107 of InDesign Magazine.
Getting These Siblings to Get Along
You know that InDesign and Photoshop are brother and sister in the big Adobe family (along with their older sibling Illustrator), but—like all families—they don’t always get along as well as you might expect. And if you’re a typical InDesign user, you probably also use Photoshop a lot, so it’s essential that you find ways of getting them to work together well!
InDesign simply cannot do the kinds of things Photoshop can. For example, Photoshop is the best tool for changing the tone or color of an image. The Adobe Creative Cloud functions like an ecosystem of applications, each designed to perform a certain set of tasks within your creative workflow.
In this article, we’re going to focus on the many ways in which Photoshop integrates with InDesign and the great accomplishments you can achieve when you use these programs together.. . . .
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