Most of us save for web often, but there are many tools in the interface that are easy to miss. This tutorial goes over how to optimize, tweak, adjust and make sure your end result looks awesome when it hits the internet.
One of the most powerful and versatile options is Smart Collections, Franklin McMahon shows how to sort and arrange and then automatically move your photos into virtual folders arranged by a variety of parameters.
The new features of swatches include choosing a background color for new layers and selecting multiple colors. This video shows users a couple of these new ways of using the Swatches panel.
The advantage of using minibridge instead of bridge is that you are still in Photoshop and can access its tools much faster. This video shows users how toload images, how to arrange the minibridge window, review mode, and labeling options.
Franklin McMahon shows how to make some quick adjustments in Curves using presets, adjusting individual color channels, as well as the options. He also goes into the Exposure slider and shows how these tools can enhance the color levels in your images.
Help your images grab attention by sharpening them using Photoshop’s smart sharpen and unsharp mask filters.
This video goes over how to adjust the highlights and shadows in your image with dynamic range. It covers using camera raw and the shadows/highlight adjustment in Photoshop.
Create a bump map using a simple cloud render, create a displacement map, add color and then create a 3D object.