Image Processor in Photoshop
inefficiencies. If you have 30 images, then you need delivered. A client client says I need them to be 10 24 pixels wide. Don't open every single picture and scale them down to that size and individually save them. Select your images and Enbridge go to the Tools menu. There's a choice called Photo Shop, and you have something called the Image Processor. What people never seen it, but it's under tools Photoshopped image processor, and when it comes up, it looks kind of complicated. Most of it you can ignore this part of the very top toe. Totally ignore it. The part below that just says, where do you want to save it? Either in the same folder? Or you can tell it a place If you hit select folder mindset to the desktop and then down here, you can tell what file format did they ask for? Did they want a tiff? Did they wanna J. Peg? I'm gonna say J. Peg right there is your quality setting and over here resize to fit, even tell it to scale it down. I really wish you could choose inches in type...
in a resolution setting, but you can't but it's nice that we have it here. Make sure you have this check box at the bottom turned on called include I C. C. Profile. That means make sure the colors look right when it gets to them because it includes enough info and we hit the run button. It will automatically open all these images. It will automatically scale them to fit within this size and automatically saving this J pecs. You could do it to 250 images and then just go. Lunch is it opens every image, scales it down and saves its shape, but used the image processor also in efficiency wise. If you need a scan, a bunch of images, you got your family photos you want to get in your computer, don't scan and one at a time scandal in batches like this, and then you can go to the file menu. Might take me a moment to find it. It's either under automata you hear this, but back him. Put him as many as you can fit on your scanner, hit the scan button, and when you're done, go to the file menu. Choose automate, and there's a choice called cropping straightened photos. When you choose it, it will investigate that image. It will discover where each images it will rotate them to make them straight. And then when you click through, you'll have. Here's my original, and here's 1234 separate images. It could be six or 10 or 12 or 14 but gang him up there and then use a little intelligence about it. And that is file automate, cropping straight. We go on all day about all these things. There's so many ways you can screw up in photo shop. Most of the ways are not. Your fault is just. There's some technical thing going on behind the scenes where it's less than ideal, and it's just good to learn about them so that, you know you can prevent those problems. And so I hope that this session is giving you some of that information that will help you in the future. Some things that may improve your efficiency, but a lot of things that improve your quality and mainly reduce your frustration. That's ah, what I'm here to do.
Avoid the everyday actions that make your post-production work difficult. Ben will clue you in on common functions and actions that can unknowingly degrade the quality of your images, bloat file sizes, or cause serious problems with your edits when you attempt to print your images. You'll also learn how to fix or replace these actions with more efficient, effective, and safe methods to make your life easier.
Software Used: Adobe Photoshop CC 2015.1.2