Did you know that you can now convert a raster image into a vector graphic within just a few seconds in Photoshop? You can also import the vector into other Adobe applications.
In this handy tutorial, Photoshop instructor Unmesh Dinda from PiXimperfect shows you how to use Libraries to open the Adobe Capture interface and create vector shapes out of raster images. Keep in mind that for this to work, you need to be a Creative Cloud member and your raster image should be one color only. Watch below.
00:30 – Using Libraries
00:52 – Tweaking Shape details
01:13 – Importing your vector
01:57 – How to change vector color
Download sample graphic shown in video.
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