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10 Tips for retouching

This list is less about how to do certain tasks and more about what I find myself doing in order to be productive in Photoshop. Perhaps you’ll have your own tips to add.

    Vary Your Tools
    We all fall into the trap of using familiar tools because they are after all, familiar. Yet we all have heard theres dozen ways to everything in Photoshop. Read More…

Create Folders Quickly

Recently, at a meeting, I shared that part of my workflow consists of a folder structure that contains a “Master Folder” (job jacket) plus three interior folders for “Original Files”, files I’m “Working On”, and files that are “Final” and ready to returned to the client. One additional document, an excel compatible worksheet that I use to track changes, is also included. Read More…

Emailing with Lightroom 4

For those times when you’re flipping through your favorite collections and think – “I’ll send this in an email to ….” Lightroom 4 has you covered. Now before you tell me Lightroom 3 had the ability to email images let me agree with you but point out it was something you set up as a post process function, Read More…

Merge Up!

A Member recently asked about the Photoshop command that merges all layers together but also leaves the individual layers intact. Its a common task and once you learn it, you’ll probably use it a lot, but its not in any menu. Read More…

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