Video2brain - Automate Image Editing in Adobe Photoshop CS5: Learn by Video
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Add Efficiency Without Sacrificing Quality. You might not think that automation and creativity go hand in hand, but sometimes they do. By automating tasks where appropriate in Photoshop, you can streamline your workflow and free up time to work on the artistic aspects of photography. In this workshop from Photoshop expert Tim Grey, you’ll start by learning core automation concepts and using basic automation tools to process multiple images quickly and easily. Next, you’ll explore actions, an incredibly powerful tool for processing one or more images in a consistent way. You’ll see how actions let you apply creative effects consistently to your images and prepare images for sharing. Finally, you’ll work through a variety of real-world projects that reinforce what you’ve learned and demonstrate some of the many ways you can employ automation in your own workflow.
Automation can never completely replace the artistic control you want to employ with your photographic images, but it can help supplement your workflow and streamline many of your efforts. In this workshop you’ll learn the concepts behind automation in Photoshop and techniques for applying automation to your work.
In this chapter we’ll explore the basic concepts related to the use of automation in Photoshop.
Batch Processing Tools
In this chapter we’ll take a look at a variety of tools and techniques you can use to automatically process a group of images for a specific purpose. You’ll learn how to rename, process, and add metadata to multiple images at once.
Getting Started with Actions
The lessons in this chapter will guide you through the basics of actions in Photoshop, such as using the Actions panel, reading an action, and adding and deleting actions.
Creating and Modifying Actions
In this chapter we’ll walk through the process of creating an action, including recording an action and modifying it after the fact.
In this chapter we’ll explore a variety of methods for using and managing your actions. You’ll learn how to play, save, and load actions, as well as how to use batch processing and droplets.
In this chapter we’ll take a look at several projects highlighting the use of actions for a variety of tasks.
Project Files are not included!