Opening an existing image


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Opening an existing image

Obviously before you can work on an image in Photoshop, you need to actually Open that image in Photoshop. So, I wanted to show you a few of the methods that you might choose to use for opening a file. If you use Bridge, to manage you images, you can simply browse to the folder that contains the image you want to work on. And then double-click on the image you'd like to open in Photoshop. For example I have an image here that I had previously worked on, I'll double-click that image here in Bridge, and as you can see it is opened in Photoshop ready for me to work on. I'll go ahead and close the image by clicking the X on the tab for the image.

And then I'll show you a couple of other methods for opening an image. I can go to the File menu and choose Open. I can also press the keyboard shortcut Control + O on Windows, or Cmd + O on Macintosh. When you choose the Open command from the File menu, the Open dialog will appear. Once again, you can navigate to the ...

Opening an existing image
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Opening an existing image provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Image Optimization Workshop

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