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Playing the action for a single file

In the previous movie we looked at how we can record an action which allowed us to resize, sharpen, and save the photograph as a JPEG. Well back here in Bridge, we can see that it saved this file out right here. And what I want to do is I want to apply that action to another one of my photographs. So here, I'll select one. Perhaps this image here, wedding-03.dng. This image has already been processed in Raw. And often this will be the case. You'll have images which you've worked on, you've completed that.

You just need to go back and run an action for an image. Perhaps you want to skip Camera Raw. Well let me share with you a really valuable technique for skipping Camera Raw. You can hold down the Shift key in Bridge then double-click on the photograph. That will send the image straight to Photoshop. It doesn't go to Camera Raw. It goes right past Camera Raw all the way to Photoshop and here we are. Of course if you prefer to open it in Camera Raw or another place, you can do so and j...

Playing the action for a single file
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Playing the action for a single file provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CC for Photographers: Sharpening

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