How to Work Faster in Photoshop
Now, the goal of today is very simple to speed up your photo shop work for that is the primary goal of what you're doing today. Everything that we're gonna be looking at is meant to help you work faster, quicker and more efficiently. And the tools in which we are going to use to facilitate that goal is we're gonna be looking at adjustment layers. We'll be looking at short cuts. We're going to be looking at clipping masks a little bit on blend modes in case your around for Lindsay Adler's blend mode a little bit earlier, I'm gonna be looking at blend modes as well. We'll be looking at some different blending modes. She utilized creative uses of blend modes. I'm gonna be a little bit more practical in my application, so we're gonna do something a little bit different. And then finally, we have actions down at the very bottom ways in which we can automate the process of Photoshopped to work for us a little bit more quickly, concepts we will be covering. More specifically, we'll be using t...
ools and layers, non destructively key part of photo shop and working, working quickly and efficiently within photo shop. We're gonna be setting and creating our own custom shortcuts. We're recreating clipping masks for faster and cleaner composites, clipping masks or one of my favorite things on Photoshopped. Once I figured out what those weren't how to use them, it really made my life a whole lot easier. We're gonna be utilizing blend modes to apply logos, cutting things out without actually cutting them out and finally making our own actions.
Spend more time behind the camera and less time in front of your computer! Chris Knight shows you his top 5 techniques for working faster in Adobe® Photoshop®. Make the software work for you by learning key shortcuts, how to create actions, non-destructive editing, clipping masks, and utilizing blend modes. Having a vast understanding of the tools within this program and how you can shoot with your workflow in mind can have you sharing your images almost as fast as you can click the shutter.
Software Used: Adobe Photoshop CC 2017