For the second installment of my Photoshop Insight Injections, I’m going to share some tips for using Adobe Bridge. Bridge is Photoshop CS2’s replacement for the File Browser that was found in older versions of Photoshop.
Bridge Tips coming after the jump.
Back in 2000, I started sending out my Photoshop Tip of the Week via e-mail. Each of those text-only ‘tips’ was really a collection of 4-8 tips that all related to each other. Lately, those tips have been few and far between because I’ve only sent them when I came up with multiple tips that all related to each other.
Now, I’d like to introduce my free Photoshop Insight Injections! What’s that you ask?
Insight Injections are individual illustrated tips and techniques that will help you get the most out of Photoshop. The first installment can be read below and features a free script with instructions on how digital photographers can embed their Raw format images into a Photoshop file to achieve the utmost versatility.
Today I’m starting a new feature where I partner with Uwe at OutbackPhoto.com to create visually rich tips. Each month, I’ll supply Uwe with a tip that I think would be useful to photographers (they will also be useful to non-photographers by the way) and Uwe will take the concept and add illustrations and his own personal take on the technique.
The first installment describes an alternative method for featering a selection.
I supplied a bunch of tips to MacWorld magazine last year and I noticed that they’ve posted them to the MacWorld Web Site.
They didn’t use all the tips I supplied, so why not read the ones they didn’t use?
For years now, I’ve had a free tip e-mail list where I distribute my Photoshop tips. Now I’m going to start answering Photoshop questions as part of this blog. The third installment is below:
For years now, I’ve had a free tip e-mail list where I distribute my Photoshop tips. Now I’m going to start answering Photoshop questions as part of this blog. The second installment is below: