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Taking professional screenshots

Taking professional screenshots

Taking professional screenshots

Does anybody know how i can create such screenshots?

/0/]See here

Can anybody give me a step by step instruction how to create this part. Do i need to have Adobe Photoshop or another tool?

RE: Taking professional screenshots

see on the right side the sections "screenshots"

RE: Taking professional screenshots

I'm not certain that I understand what you're asking.


see on the right side the sections "screenshots"

I see Check out some screens is this where you're seeing "screenshots"?


RE: Taking professional screenshots

Sorry sorry sorry, the link was not ok. Here is the link again. See the screenshots, i want to create exactly the same professional screenshots, but i dont know how...


RE: Taking professional screenshots

Are you looking at the shots displayed under the "Themes" button?

I currently use Snagit 10 for professional screen shot capture and video capture.
I was on the Beta test team for four years and I find Snagit to be a fantastic screen and video capture software.

Free 30 day trial can be downloaded here: http://www.techsmith.com/snagit-gslp.html?gclid=CN...

Video Tutorials can be found here: http://www.techsmith.com/tutorial-snagit-current.h...
have a look at a few to see if the product does what you want.

Good Luck


RE: Taking professional screenshots

There is nothing 'professional' about screenshots.

The shots in the sample may have been taken with a camera with a narrow focal depth or they might have been faked in a program like Photoshop by skewing/distorting and applying a masked blur.

RE: Taking professional screenshots

i dont see what is special about those? just print screen and paste in PS. then crop as needed. If you want to add a Fake browser you can just mask as necessary.

i dont know what a professional screen shot? are there screen shot models and photographers that I dont know about? and if so I want in on this action.

Sounds like when my mechanic tries to sell me winter air for my tires in winter and summer air in summer.

Darryn Cooke
www.darryncooke.com | Marketing and Creative Services

RE: Taking professional screenshots

if you're looking to just take still shots you can hold Shift+Control and push the Print Screen button then go into photoshop and paste it... if you want video... you need software.. and there's a few out there... A good one that a lot of people use to make tutorials on Youtube is Camtasia.

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