Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video The panels, part of Photoshop CS6 for Photographers Quick Start.
One of the things I really appreciate about the Photoshop interface is that you …can move the panels around to suit your particular workflow and your particular preferences. …For example the default setup which you see here, includes the color and Swatches …panels which I pretty much never use. I also never use Styles. …I don't use Paths all that often. I don't really need History and I don't …really use Mini Bridge or the timeline. So, many of these panels I could get rid …of, which would leave more room for some of the panels that I tend to use more frequently.…
So let's take a look at how we can customize the panel layout. …Which in many respects means we're customizing the overall Photoshop …interface to give us easier access to the features we use more frequently. …You'll notice that the panels over on the right side of the Photoshop interface are docked. …That means they're essentially part of the Photoshop interface rather than being …free floating. And so, for example, if I were to zoom in …
- A guided tour of Photoshop
- Setting up your environment
- Color modes, bit depth, and image resolution
- The Histogram
- File formats
- Basic adjustments
- Output workflow
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1. A Guided Tour
2. Setting Up Your Environment
3. Some Fundamentals
4. Basic Adjustments
5. Wrapping Up the Workflow
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