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• Save: This option saves the changes that you have made to the original image.
• Save As: When you use Save As, you will save a copy of your original work and begin working on the new copy. Your original image remains as it was when you first opened it.
• Save a Version:
You can check As a Copy in the Save As dialog box as well. When you use the Save a Version command, you save a copy of the file as it is at that moment, but
you’ll still be working on the original file, not the copy.
• Save for Web & Devices:
You can optimize pictures for viewing on the web by
previewing your images in “web” form and making adjustments by specifically choosing different file types. Choose this if you want to save your GIF with a transparent background.
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
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Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Batch processing is useful when you have a large amount of images that need to be resized to a specific size and/or file type. I LOVE this feature in Photoshop!!
1. First create a folder that contains all your images. (I usually place it on the desktop for easy reference.)
2. Open Photoshop. Go to File>Scripts>Image Processor
3. Select your folder from its location in step 1.
4. Tell PS where to place the processed images. (I usually select save in same location)
5. Specify file type you desire, pick quality level, and check the box resize to fit and fill out the dimensions you desire.
6. Press the Run button on left to start the process.
Go grab a cup of coffee while PS does it's magic!
Sunday, October 12, 2008
*Tip: Please do us a favor and upload a photo that does not show your very special but also very private parts. When you do that, we have to take time away from making our website faster and better to go find your profile and hide it, and that's bad for you and us. Thanks for helping!
Now see what the online world has come to!
**Use the left bracket “[” (located next to the letter p on your keyboard) to decrease the Brush size and the right bracket “]” to increase the Brush size. This really speeds up using the tool.