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Indesign Tutorial: Two-Page Spread Design

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Design a two-page spread with Adobe Indesign! This tutorial does cover a few basics and provides tips on creating a magazine! Visit our website https://www.sonduckfilm.com for more tutorials, giveaways and film and photo gear! Download Project files here: http://www.sonduckfilm.com/tutorials/indesign-two-page-spread-design/ Social Media: Drop a like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sonduckfilm Hit me up on Instagram: http://instagram.com/sonduckfilm Connect with me on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshnoel Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SonduckFilm Suggested Videos: Easy 2D Animation: https://youtu.be/X3i3MtdmoEI Best Free Fonts: https://youtu.be/OtyibmNGDGM How to Design a Magazine in Indesign: https://youtu.be/qF8DjE0KlPk Flat Character Deisgn: https://youtu.be/tsSckNaJFfQ
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Obscenum (7 days ago)
I believe this would be really bad for printing... Sorry, my english is very basic, but I'll try to explain why this wouldn't work. You need to setup a bigger inside margin, since that part is going to get binded.. So, if you did this for printing, unless this is the middle page in some kind of stitch binding, you're going to lose a significant part of the image.. In this case the girl's face, wich is one of the main subjects of the image. I believe a way to avoid this, and this comes from someone who was just trying to learn too, so don't asume I'm right, is to repeat the image in two different frames, tanking into consideration an estimate amount of "image area" thats going to be lost through binding. But I believe you gotta do some test printings before coming to a conclusion. Try one with 3mm, other with 5mm... It's expensive but it works in the end.
iloverockyo (8 months ago)
Great tutorial! This is exactly what I need T_T
Kilyén Balázs (1 year ago)
Sorry, but i personally dont understand the point of this tutorial, there is basically no word on design at all. I mean explain why you make the "design" choices you make, or more likely you dont make, because its just a textbox and a picture. Could you design a more complex page spread please? With more pictures and text boxes ect? So that we understand what and why you place and where?
Aguilasaurus Inc. (1 year ago)
How do you create just a DPS without the blank page at the beginning?
KD KD (1 year ago)
Select the pages you'd like to keep, right click and uncheck Allowed Selected Spread To Shuffle. Then deselect all pages, select the one you want to delete and drag it to the trash.
Awais Hunjra (1 year ago)
Great tutorial
Ivan (1 year ago)
Good tutorial, but I have a question about bleeds? When it goes to print from here, how do you avoid them cropping out the part of the image in the middle?
Ariel (4 months ago)
@Lukas Prochazka same question too
Lukas Prochazka (1 year ago)
came here just to ask that....it would cut from both side making image much smaller
Same question here
Vinidhra Venkataraman (2 years ago)
I loved the way you explain. Its juts crisp and clear. Thanks
Kensley Valcin (2 years ago)
Vinidhra Venkataraman is this a splash page?
Dana Mathews (2 years ago)
GREAT job - clear, quick and to the point. Plus well edited and balanced ausio ( a plus ) Best tuturial I've seen in 8 years - Most, waste time with added conversation, while most of us just want to get right to the point. Well done. QUESTION, When printing a book..... Is it always best to place the entire image over the facing pages as a spread as you did ---- OR BETTER to place half of the image on the left and then place the other half on the right aligned, and drag each image's gutter side to the edge??? Which is best to get the best print and binding results?
Natalia Vera (2 years ago)
awesome! thank you!
EnterCainment! (2 years ago)
Hey, I wondered if you could do a tutorial about the trailer of Suicide Squad. Like the title on the end and stuff, if you get what I mean? Hope it's possible! Nice video's btw! + sub!
EnterCainment! (2 years ago)
+SonduckFilm Nice! Thanx! Looking forward to see it!
SonduckFilm (2 years ago)
I really want to do that. I am planning to work on it!
fadhluu (2 years ago)
best tutorial channel on youtube, keep it up man!
Rosomyat (2 years ago)
you made it so easy... thanks

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