September 3, 2014
In Photoshop choosing File > Share to Behance allows you to upload the currently selected document as a Work in Progress to share with (and gather feedback from), your social media channels including Twitter and Facebook. The key benefit is that you don’t have to flatten or resize the image – the plug-in takes care of it for you so that you can continue working!
October 9, 2013
In this episode of The Complete Picture (Adobe Camera Raw 8.2 in Photoshop CC (v14.1)), Julieanne takes a close look at the feature enhancements and refinements made to the Crop tool, workflow settings, and batch saving capabilities in Adobe Camera Raw. In addition she also covers improvements made to the Spot Removal Tool, Noise Reduction, Local Adjustment Brush, and Histogram.
Note: For more information about the Features in Camera Raw 8.0 (PSCC V14), including the new Upright perspective correction, Radial Filter, and Spot Removal features please see this video “Adobe Photoshop CC: Favorite Features for Photographers”.
August 7, 2013
When exporting layered Photoshop documents from Lightroom (using the Export dialog), selecting PSD as the Image Format (in the File Settings section) will export a new, flattened PSD file. To export a layered PSD file from Lightroom and have Lightroom retain the layers, choose Original for the Image Format (in the File Settings area).
August 5, 2013
When choosing Save As in Photoshop customers typically want to save their files in one of two locations – either back to the folder where the original image resides or, to the same folder that they just saved another file to. For example, you open a file from your trip to Wyoming, retouch it, and want to “Save As” back to the same folder. Or, you open a file from your trip to Wyoming, retouch it, and want to “Save As” to a different, “retouched photos” folder. If you fall into the first camp (saving to the original folder), in the Preferences > File Handling, be sure to check (enable) “Save As to Original Folder”. If you are in the second camp, uncheck the preference and the operating system will take you to the folder that you last saved to using Photoshop.