A 1st look at Adobe Experience Design CC (Preview)
File Saving Options in Adobe Photoshop CC
One of the basic “intelligent” rules in Adobe Photoshop is setup the right (and that means >>> right for you) saving options. And this is NOT something that you’ll remember to do later on. Just do it NOW. It will make your life easier and your files more protected.
Here is my preference in File Saving Options in Adobe Photoshop CC.
Never Save (If I go with this option I am at risk of losing my work)
Always Save » This is my preference (In this case my files will be saved all the time so I am protected against losing my file/work)
Ask When Saving (if I go with this option it will slow down my workflow. Could you imagine clicking every single time on Save/Don’t save?)
√ Save As to Original Folder
√ Save in Background
Always Save » My option
Ask When Saving
√ Use Lower Case
The last option in File Saving Options is VERY important: Automatically Save Recovery Information Every 5, 10,15,30, 1 Hour.
With this option if your computer crashes when you are working on your file, the next time you open your Photoshop your latest autosaved version of your file will be opened as well.
I setup this option to Automatically Save Recovery Information Every 5 minutes.
How to do portrait retouching in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
Join me as we explore how to do portrait retouching in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. We’ll use the Develop module not only to make global adjustments, but also local adjustments and best part is that all of these edits will be non-destructive.
How we can use Content – Aware Move Tool in Adobe Photoshop
A few reasons to attend Scott Kelby’s Shoot Like a Pro: Reloaded Seminar Tour:
Yesterday I attended Scott Kelby’s latest seminar in Atlanta. As usual there was a LOT of information, tips and tricks along with his GREAT sense of humor that makes learning FUN. The seminar atmosphere made it easy to adopt a TON of information without being overwhelmed.
My upcoming webinars
this is my February scheduler for my online webinars
(only 50 seats available)
02/12/2016 9:00 EST – 9:30 EST
This is an introduction to the digital painting for photographers in Adobe Photoshop.
Digital Painting for Photographers is unique techniques that transform your photographs to unique piece of art. The beauty of it that you don’t need to have any previous painting experience.