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Photo Editing in Photoshop and Flash

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With Photoshop, you are able to effectively modify images and prepare them for use in Flash. Photoshop allows you to edit bitmapped images in ways Flash cannot. Flash 8, however, has added a great new set of features. Blend modes and filters further modify your image or object until it’s just right. Using the native tools given to you in Flash 8 also greatly speeds up workflow and enhances the end users’ experience.

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  • File Size
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  • Select Image
  • Bitmapped Image

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© 2006 Michael Kemper, Guido Rosso, and Brian Monnone

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Monnone, B. (2006). Photo Editing in Photoshop and Flash. In: AdvancED Flash Interface Design. Apress. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4302-0164-9_13

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