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29/50 – How to Align and Distribute Layers using Smart Guides in Photoshop CC

Aug 21, 2014 1:21 PM
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As many of you have noticed, Smart Guides have been much improved in the 2014 Release of Photoshop CC. Check out the video below to learn how. (translate)

28/50 – Converting Embedded Smart Objects and Packaging Linked Files in Photoshop CC

Aug 20, 2014 12:36 PM
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In the video below, you’ll discover how to convert an Embedded Smart Object to Linked as well as package your linked files when collaborating with others. (translate)

27/50 – Linked Smart Objects in Photoshop CC

Aug 19, 2014 1:20 PM
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In the video below, you’ll learn when to embed and when to link Smart Objects, update modified content, resolve missing files and filter layers based on Smart Object attributes. Note: at 7:21 I say that you can’t change an embedded Smart Object to a linked Smart Object (because this video was recorded before the 2014 […] (translate)

Updates to FAQ about the 2014 Release of Photoshop CC

Aug 19, 2014 1:20 PM
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Jeff Tranberry has been very busy creating, curating and updating resources to help answer frequently asked customer questions about the transition from Photoshop CC to the 2014 Release of Photoshop. He found that the majority of questions focused around “Where’s my Stuff…” Click here for the answers to questions such as: Where are my settings […] (translate)

26/50 – Improved Image Size and Smart Sharpen Technologies in Photoshop CC

Aug 18, 2014 3:21 PM
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This video demonstrates two new technologies in Photoshop that can help you to get the highest possible quality out of your image. The first is found in Image size where you can not only expand the preview but also utilize the new edge preserving algorithm when you select the Preserve Details (enlargement) option for Resampling. […] (translate)

25/50 – Soft Proofing Now Available in Adobe Camera Raw 8.1 for Photoshop CC

Aug 15, 2014 1:20 PM
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Camera Raw in Photoshop CC now includes the ability to select RGB, CMYK and LAB ICC profiles to soft proof images. To select a profile, click the workflow Options (accessed via the blue hyperlink at the bottom of the Camera Raw window) and in the Color Space section, choose the Space from the pop-down menu. […] (translate)

24/50 – New Image Sizing Options in Camera Raw in Photoshop CC

Aug 14, 2014 1:20 PM
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There are two choices in the Image Sizing area of the Workflow Options in Camera Raw that I didn’t understand the difference between: Width & Height and Dimensions. Well, thanks to Eric Chan, now I know! • Width & Height: One would use this option to resize using both the image width and height. The […] (translate)

23/50 – New Save Image Options in Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop CC

Aug 13, 2014 1:20 PM
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As many of you know, batch saving multiple images from Camera Raw, can be a significant time saver. In Camera Raw in Photoshop CC, the Save Image options have been updated to  include Color Space, Image Sizing and Output Sharpening. This gives us the benefit of being able to quickly save out our images using […] (translate)

22/50 – Workflow Presets Now Available in Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop CC

Aug 12, 2014 12:58 PM
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Workflow presets are now available for defining and then quickly choosing different workflow settings in Camera Raw. Click on the Workflow settings (the hyperlink at the bottom of the Camera Raw dialog) to access the options then, after creating your custom presets and exiting the workflow settings, Control -click (Mac) | Right Mouse -click (Win) […] (translate)

21/50 – The Crop Tool, Workflow Options and Image Size in Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop CC

Aug 11, 2014 1:20 PM
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The Crop tool’s behavior has been modified so that it is now solely responsible for defining the aspect ratio of the image and the Workflow options are responsible for determining the actual image size. For example, in order to create an image that is 8 x 10 inches at 300 ppi, click and hold the […] (translate)

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