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Have you ever wished there was a faster way to perform routine tasks in Adobe Photoshop and Bridge? Recover time for more creative work and speed up your Photoshop workflow by automating Photoshop using actions and batch processing. Author Rich Harrington covers everyday batch-processing tasks, such as cropping and straightening a catalog of images to predefined dimensions, batch renaming files, and exporting creative assets like contact sheets and web galleries.
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(MUSIC). Hi, my name is Rich Harrington. And welcome to this course on using actions and automation with Adobe Photoshop. We're going to explore lots of different techniques that are all about saving time and getting the job done faster. Photoshop ships with a ton of technology; scripts, automation commands, actions, and if you know how to use these, you can get common tasks done a whole lot faster. Now, the cool thing here is it doesn't matter if you're a production artist or a high-end designer, a video pro, or a medical imaging technician.
Lots of times, you're going to have images that have similar problems that need to be fixed. The cool thing is, is by saving your work and storing it as an action or taking advantage some of the a built in automation commands, you can get a lot more done more quickly. And this is just going to free you up to have more time to do the things you enjoy, besides digital imaging. With that in mind, let's jump in and explore what you need to know.
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