Saving the master image


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Saving the master image

It hopefully goes without saying that once you've taken the time to apply a series of adjustments in order to improve the appearance of a photo, that you want to save the image with all of those adjustments intact. When you're using adjustment layers and perhaps additional image layers in order to use a nondestructive workflow in optimizing your images, it's important that all of those layers be preserved. I'll go ahead and add, for example, a curves adjustment to this image. Maybe I'll brighten up those bright areas just a little bit, and perhaps tone down some of the shadows just a little bit.

I'll turn that adjustment off and on, and that looks to be a good improvement for the image. And let's just assume, for sake of argument, that this was the only adjustment I needed to apply to this image, I would probably spend considerable more time fine-tuning the various adjustments that I might add for this image. But I want to save this image, making...

Saving the master image
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Saving the master 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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