Join Taz Tally for an in-depth discussion in this video Use Image Processor to customize exports, part of Photoshop: Customization.
- Now, welcome back to part two…of customizing your automation.…And yes, you're looking at a blank screen,…it's not a mistake.…And to get us started,…and I'll show you why it's blank in just a minute,…we're going to go underneath File,…and if you're working inside of Photoshop,…you can access what's called the Image Processor.…Huge time saver.…By going File, Scripts, and then go to Image Processor.…Then any, if you have multiple images open,…or even just a single image,…you know, you can work on that particular image…or the multiple images that you have open.…
But you may be guessing at this point…that this is not how I access the Image Processor,…and you'd be right.…So this is the dialog box,…but we're going to cancel out of this,…and we're going to go over to Bridge,…because you really want to access this tool through Bridge,…and as I think I mentioned before,…Bridge is the tool that kind of is the nexus…for all the Creative Suite applications.…And what we have here is we have…a variety of different images of Zip…
But if you're like many people, you're so busy using Photoshop that you don't have time to customize it. That's where this course comes in. Photographer and educator Taz Tally presents a practical approach to customizing Photoshop. Set aside a few minutes each day, watch a chapter, and work its insights into your Photoshop routine to help you work faster and smarter, allowing you to devote more time to your creative endeavors. By the end of the course, you'll be on your way to transforming your Photoshop experience—and you won't have missed any deadlines.
- Creating custom workspaces
- Building your own keyboard shortcuts
- Customizing views, tools, and options
- Adjusting import and export options
- Customizing panels: Layers, Adjustments, Histogram, and more
- Managing and synchronizing color settings
- Setting up soft and hard proofing
- Customizing print settings
- Creating Photoshop actions
- Using the Image Processor and actions together to automate exports