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Hey guys, recently YouTube called the audio from one of my, actually my most audio viewed video it’s over 25,000 views, it’s my Photoshop CS3 easy logos video, so I decided I might as well just do it again, and this time I’ll be doing it in CS4. So let’s just show you how to do that real quickly. Let’s say you want to make a really quick logo for like (--) business or something and you just change this font type to, go to Window, paragraph, character, I don’t know, let’s change it to like Tunga, it don’t rally matter, I guess, it’s you just see it so, just do the font, colors, dark, hit big, okay, one of my businesses was, let’s see you say, Cool Runnings, and this company makes bobsleds, they’re ok, well, you do maybe a blue logo of some sort, I don’t know, it’s really up to you. So go on and go to your Google search bar or pop to mind up, you go and want to search for a Photoshop, styles designer folio, and I’ll just post the link in the sidebar so you don’t have to actually search for this, so I did the work for you. And here they are, search result, click on it, just go down here, you click download, hit OK, and zips along right there, uphold those link in sidebar too and you just double click and you just kind of import it over here to the styles panel, you don’t see the styles panel immediately, go to window, styles, it doesn’t have the shortcut keys and you’ll have to find it. It may also be in the same windows it colors and just watch its pallets but anyways, and you want to come down here to your Cool Runnings layer and you can just click this layer styles and literally it took me what, 3 seconds to do that, and I’ve been have the styles, once you have the styles and store all of them, it does minutes. So that was pretty good for a bobsled company I guess, and on my first video I got all kinds of questions asking how to make that little logo, definitely so I’ll show you. Since the audio is taken off, a lot of people didn’t understand that. You don’t want to come here to your Ellipse tools click it, you’ll see up here you got all these shapes, these are Vectors, basically what a vector is, is almost like a jpeg photo or raster photo, which is kind of just to set image, to set some data, I guess you could call it which really can’t be manipulated without having laws less code that makes sense, you lose code when you stretch them out and basically a vector is computer program so you can make this as big or little as you want without losing any quality, that’s all it is. So you can make this pretty wavy shape and you click on it, so its custom shaped, you need 2 more of this shape item, click down and you’ve got all these shapes. For more, you can click this side button here, click all, then ok, you got this nice big list, al those and you can just drown out, hold shift slide there so its same color, actually you’re going to make sure the shape layer is selected and do it again, actually no, you want to make sure the, there you go, okay. Getting lost, getting messed on in tutorial, it’s not very good start. Anyways, you names just come up and click the same, goes with the styles which I’ve shown you earlier, now I took all those, you know, I don’t even know if this is blue, if this is blue, or purple, I don’t know, I’m color blind, don’t judge me. Anyways, so yeah, this is in HD, revisit all my CS3 tutorial, I hope it helped out, I hope you get the chance to look at my other videos so thanks and peace.