// Photography Magazine Let’s face it, to the general public anyone can take pictures. That seems to be the perception…
What’s your style? The answer to this question is fluid for many, but it ought not to be. Defining the look of your images through post-production should be constant, ensuring clients that your consistency will follow through to their own shoot.
Anything that helps you work faster in Photoshop should be considered automation. One of the reasons that I say that is because too many people only think of actions when they think of automation.
Only a few short years ago, you had to have a pretty awesome system and some expensive internal hardware to push high definition video. There were only a handful of prosumer and semi-professional software applications that could do it...
A simple way to work more efficiently is to customize Photoshop so it looks and operates the way you want. This includes creating and taking advantage of presets, editing menus, keyboard shortcuts and creating workspaces.
In each version of Photoshop, new features are introduced that Adobe feels will improve the way we use their software. Over the years there have been hits and misses (anyone remember Vanishing Point?), with very few features that most people would consider a game-changer.
There’s no question about it, Photoshop is an amazing tool that lets us create wonderful images. My goal is to show you how to spend less time in Photoshop and create art that sells.
One of the great things about Photoshop is its ability to make people look their best for a fraction of the cost of plastic surgery. Article by Todd Becker