Save images and Examine file formats Photoshop Elements 10


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Saving images and examining file formats

Files are not saved for you automatically in the Full Photo Edit workspace. So it's important that you save your files yourself, not only at the end of your correction workflow, but frequently as you work. If you've made any change to a photo since the last time you saved, you'll see an asterisk up here in the Document tab and that means you can save at this point. If you don't, you could lose all your changes since the last save if the program or your computer crashes. To save my file with its changes, I'll go to the File menu, and I could choose Save or Save As.

I get in the habit of choosing Save As rather than Save because after the first time you use the plain Save command, it will automatically save over the last iteration of the file. So I'll choose Save As, and that opens the Save As dialog box. First, I'll choose where I want to save the corrected file. Some people make a separate folder for their processed files. I'm going to save this version of t...

Saving images and examining file formats
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Saving images and examining file formats provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 10 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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