Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving as you go, part of Photoshop CS6: Restoring Photos.
I'm sure it goes without saying that after you're finished working on an image …you want to save the final result. But what might not be so obvious is, that …it's a really good idea to save along the way. …As you're working on a photo, I recommend after each major step that you save the image. …Let's take a look what that workflow might look like. …And I'll just go ahead and draw a crop box here, and let's assume that this a …good crop. I'll turn off the delete cropped pixels …check box and apply that crop so that it is applied in a non-destructive way, and …then I'll choose File, followed by Save from the menu.…
And after each major step working on my image I'll want to choose this command, …but of course I don't need to come to the File menu and choose Save. …You'll notice that to the right of the save command there is an indication of …the keyboard shortcut that would be Cmd+S on Macintosh or Ctrl+S on Windows. …And so as I perform each additional step I can simply press Ctrl+S on Windows or …
- Choosing your source image
- Adding metadata
- Image restoration strategy
- Working with layers
- Evaluating before and after
- Tonal and color adjustments
- Image cleanup
- Adjusting detail
- Saving the master image
- Creating a print or online version
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Tonal Adjustments
3. Color Adjustments
4. Targeted Tonal and Color Adjustments
5. Image Cleanup
6. Adjusting Detail
7. Finishing Up the Image
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