Open from the Macintosh Finder Photoshop CS6


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Opening from the Macintosh Finder

In this movie I'll show you how to open an image in Photoshop directly from the Macintosh Finder. If you're using Windows on the PC then you can go ahead and skip to the next movie. Those of you who are Premium Members or own a DVD version of this course, have access to my exercise files. The exercise_files folder contains a series of subfolders, including this one, 01_open_image. I'm currently viewing the images inside this folder in the Icon view. If you want to do so as well, you go up to the View menu and choose as Icons.

Notice that I have three versions of a Welcome screen, Welcome.jpg, Welcome.psd and Welcome.tif. If for some reason you can't see those three character extensions, then go up to the Finder menu and choose the Preferences command. Then inside the Finder Preferences dialog box, click on the Advanced tab and turn on this first check box that says, Show all file name extensions, then you can close the dialog box. Now we're seeing a JPEG file, a native ...

Opening from the Macintosh Finder
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Opening from the Macintosh Finder provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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