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comment Place Photoshop layer comps in Indesign
@Sara Hey Sara! Glad you found the answer you were looking for! Good luck with your design work! ;)
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accepted Place Photoshop layer comps in Indesign
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comment Do the same in illustrator and photoshop
Is the "shiny glass" effect you're referring to what is showing as gradient sharp areas in the top right and bottom left areas of your PS composition?
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comment How to draw white rectangle over black background in Illustrator?
Adding to this answer you can also after you've added the black rectangle in a layer then lock that layer and add any additional elements in different layers so that the black background doesn't become a workaround hindrance.
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comment How to trim part of object after subtraction?
Well thank you! That was the exact desired effect I was looking for!