To see the brochure I created using CS4 InDesign click the link below:
This is brochure I created using Adobe CS4 InDesign about how to prepare for an upcoming Hunter/Jumper Show. I started with a basic template. I selected the photos that I wanted to use and edited them using Photoshop to make sure they fit into their selected spots. After placing my photos I started on the copy of the brochure. I edited my copy in Microsoft Word and then placed it into the text boxes. Using the photo frames and text boxes I aligned everything into the given margins to make sure everything was formatted correctly.
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Check Out My Blog Postcard
This postcard was created using in InDesign with one of the postcard templates. I created this document as an extra show and tell of what I can do with Adobe InDesign. I first selected the photos I wanted to use and resized them in Photoshop. I then placed them in their corresponding spots in the postcard. I created the body text I wanted for the document and used Microsoft Word to check my spelling and grammar.
To see the website I created using CS4 Dreamweaver click on the link below:
Life of an Equestrian Website
Adobe CS4 Dreamweaver was used to design this website. I started with a basic template. I selected my photos, resized each in Photoshop to fit to their corresponding spots on the website. After each photo was place I added my copy, which I used Microsoft Word to check my grammar and spelling. After placing in my copy, I used tripod.com to upload my website pages to the internet.
Here are some samples of photos I have played with and edited in CS4 Photoshop:
This photo was prepared in Photoshop. I cropped the image to fit the frame size I desired. After, I selected “save for web & devices” and chose the maximum quality option to save my photo. This option allowed for a convenient image size that can be easily viewed on the web at the highest quality.
Using Photoshop this photo was prepared for use in InDesign. I cropped my photo to fit the frame size I desired. After cropping it I saved the photo in “save for web & devices” and chose the maximum quality within the amount of space the intended destination for the photo allowed for. This option allowed me to place the photo into my InDesign brochure I was creating.
This photo was also prepared using Photoshop. I followed the same steps used to prepare my photo for the web, but before I saved it I placed a filter over the picture. The filter allowed for a visual effect and a little creativity. I chose the “cross hatch” filter to give the photo a nice painted look.