www.TheArtofRetouching.com - Saving Images When you’re all set and good to go with the changes you’ve made in your image, the most important thing is to know how to save your file properly. You wouldn’t want to lose all that hard work, would you? Let’s say you want to save your file with all its layers and adjustments as they are, for archiving purposes. When you go to File – Save As, you get a whole bunch of format options to choose from. Most of these options aren’t really all that useful. Some of the available formats are for video, some are for 3d, and some are even old and outdated. But if you want to save your file for archiving, you can save it as a PSD Photoshop file, or a TIF file. Personally, I prefer saving files under the TIF format because it has more advanced abilities. However, at this point for you, either is fine. The file type you want to use really depends on your purposes. If you’re saving the file and sending it over as a full size image image, you can flatten your layers and save your file as a TIF. But if you’re saving it for the Web, you should use the smaller JPEG format. It’s great for uploading on websites and sending via email, but it’s not for long-term storage because saving an image as a JPEG damages the file and throws away excess colors and data. Saving as PSD (Photoshop Document) When you save a file as PSD, you have the option to “Maximize Compatibility”. Ticking this box will make your file larger, but it allows older versions of Photoshop and other software to open your file, hence the compatibility. Saving as TIF When you save a file as TIF, a dialog box opens with a variety of options. What’s important is to click the radio button that says “LZW” under Image compression. This makes your image smaller without damaging it. The rest of the options can be ignored. Unlike JPGs, TIFs will not damage your files, and has the ability to keep all the layers and effects. Saving as JPEG There are a number of “JPEG” file options when you save, but you only need to concern yourself with the first one under the dropdown menu. When the dialog box opens, you’ll notice the slider for Image Quality. The lower this number is, the more similar colors the JPEG throws away, effectively damaging your photo. For example, if you have Blue Shade 1, 2, and 3, the JPEG format decides that Blue Shade 1 and 2 are similar and will opt to throw Blue Shade 2 away, leaving your image with just Blue Shade 1 and 3. The discarded colors do make your file smaller though, so it’s perfect for Web uploading and sending. Not so good for the framed sunset print, however. If you want to know more about different file formats and compression, just head on over to www.theartofretouching.com for an extremely informative collection of tutorial videos that will make you a better photo retoucher.
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See a higher quality video on TechTutor.TV! Once you have created an image in Adobe Photoshop CS3 you can then save the image in JPEG file format. In this video tutorial, you will learn how to save an image as a JPEG in Photoshop CS3. See higher quality tutorials all for FREE at http://www.techtutor.tv
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Hope this video helped! Let me know in the comments what else you would like to see tutorials on. Check out my full video catalog: http://bit.ly/Ferox-Videos Follow Ferox on Twitter: http://twitter.com/JoeyRicciuto Follow Ferox on Instagram: http://instagram.com/JoeyRicciuto Portfolio: http://behance.net/JoeyRicciuto
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Today, we show you all the most common file formats, what they're for and how to create them. Learn to export photos for the web with accurate colors, save your work in layered files, create an animation, or make a transparent background. Here's what we cover: 1:05 Creating the Animation 11:06 Saving Layered Files 11:34 ______ .PSD 13:01 ______ .PSB 14:05 ______ .TIF 17:11 Saving Files for the Web 17:22 ______ .JPG / .JPEG 21:26 ______ .GIF 24:35 ______ .PNG 27:21 Recap Download the Sample Image Here: https://phlearn.com/tutorial/image-file-formats/ Information on average web page sizes from https://www.machmetrics.com/speed-blog/average-page-load-times-websites-2018/ VISIT PHLEARN.COM FOR MORE FREE TUTORIALS https://phlearn.com SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR MORE FREE TIPS AND TRICKS http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=phlearnllc LET'S BE FRIENDS! Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/phlearn/ Facebook ► https://facebook.com/phlearn Twitter ► https://twitter.com/phlearn Phlearn ► https://phlearn.com
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In this 60 second tutorial, you will learn how to save images in various formats from Photoshop CS6. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE because there will be a new tutorial every week. Follow me on Twitter @RiverCityGraphx Like us on on facebook: http://on.fb.me/e8Z6Ts Suggest tutorials at http://www.rivercitygraphix.com For project files, help forums, and more check out the website at http://www.rivercitygraphix.com For business related inquires contact us at riverci[email protected]
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Saving Options: Everything you need to know about the different file formats to shoot in and to save your images as in Photoshop. Membership is with full editing workshops, Photoshop actions, overlays, and more available along with more details here: http://www.summerana.com/membership Images by Summerana Photography
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About This Episode Learn techniques Of PS in this Episode of The Russell Brown Show.A Complete Tutorial About PhotoShop Adobe Evangelists By Russell Brown .
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In this free lesson from video2brain's course, Getting Started with Word 2007, Tim Grey looks at the various ways in which you can modify the appearance of text in a document, such as changing the font and font size; choosing bold, italic, or underline; and using highlights and colors. For more information on this course, please visit http://www.video2brain.com/en/courses/getting-started-with-word-2007
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How to work easy (save time) in adobe Photoshop with Variables, In this video you will see how to make/create School/collage/company bunch of ID cards in few seconds or minutes automatically. Photo Credit : https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:CB106492_(5299266966).jpg ID cards size available here - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO/IEC_7810 Please watch 01 to 46 Basic Photoshop video for Better Understand about Photoshop and if you are starting today to learn Photoshop. These video classes / tutorials are for beginners in Hindi. visit at www.sanjayphotoworld.com like page on facebook www.facebook.com/sanjayphotoworld Please comment in below comment box about video. बेसिक #sanjaykumarswami
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Get the complete lesson at http://www.totaltraining.com. find out about more lessons on Twitter @totaltraining or http://www.Facebook.com/total-training. Order today and save 20% using coupon code tt_social. Total Training for Adobe Illustrator CS5 Essentials will teach you all you need to know to get up to speed quickly and easily with this powerful vector design tool. Join award-wining designer Steve Holmes as he shows you how to wield the sheer power of this incredible design and artwork program. Learn real-world techniques and solid processes for creating stunning artwork and layouts for print and digital media, utilizing the biggest and best tools Illustrator has to offer.
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This video introduces the Channel Mixer Adjustment in Photoshop as a powerful tool for extracting customized Black and White photos in Photoshop. The techniques discussed here should work in most editions of Photoshop. A basic understanding of the RGB colour format is useful for this video.
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This tutorial is going to show you Screen options overview (Grid type, layout, post format options, post settings). Subscribe Our Channel: http://goo.gl/zjoR8Z Enjoy Premium Cherry Framework 4 templates at our website: http://www.templatemonster.com/templates.php?pr=50125-186275utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=chfortuts66 Follow us: Facebook http://goo.gl/3yXKEu, Twitter http://goo.gl/NR5fDK, LinkedIn http://goo.gl/qDZeEO, Dribbble http://goo.gl/UwqX48, Pinterest http://goo.gl/Tp8Je5
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When you use The Easy Template Maker by Signs Banners Online it gives you choices and options by choosing the drop down fields. Customize your settings and click Generate. A summary will appear. This is the specifications size + resolution needed for you custom settings. Also, a Information sheet is available which is recommended to save and share. Use as a handy reference sheet for your or another designer. You can now download the template and open in your favorite programs such as Photoshop. M O S = Material Over Size. Also known as FOLD OVER BLEED, digital printing (banner signs) does not need bleed like traditional paper products. When signs and banners are made, the edges are folded over. This is called Fold Over Bleed so you do NOT need trim marks. Do not add any registration marks or color bars on you files anywhere as they may print disproportionally or be seen on the hems. Looking at The Easy Template in more detail. The Easy Template has a Red line which is the material over sizes needed for fold over bleed. A Blue line which is your finished order size and a Green line which is the approximate sewing position of threads or folds. KEEP ALL IMPORTANT GRAPHICS INSIDE THE BLUE LINE. Place your creative and logos, photos etc over the template, then turn off the template layer so you only see your designs. Rasterize any fonts and curve elements and flatten including any smart layers so that you have a single background layer. Remember, you can have graphic printing on the hem -fold over bleed- but these will be turned over. Double check your work, then upload for instant printing at http://www.signsbannersonline.com and watch as your banner sign is automatically inspected, previewed, printed and moves around the factory and to your door. - - - Remember, you can customize your banner and sign options to any dimension using The Easy Template Maker located at http://www.signsbannersonline.com/qsi/mos.php - - - .
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Why are PDFs sometimes much larger than they need to be? Find out in this tutorial, where David Blatner explores a few export settings to pay attention to so you can get the smallest file size possible when exporting from InDesign. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/InDesign-tutorials/InDesign-Secrets/85324-2.html?utm_campaign=WpabFHS4qhw&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube-earned. This specific tutorial is from the series InDesign Secrets presented by lynda.com authors David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepción. The complete series offers short tutorials and hidden and surprising workflow tips that make using InDesign more efficient.
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www.TheArtofRetouching.com - Because of all the fancy tools that Camera Raw comes packed with, it's easy to overlook certain settings that are actually very important. This tutorial will briefly go over the significance of knowing how Camera Raw exports images to Photoshop. Determining your output options will make the work that you do, whether it's for printing or for magazines or simply for web display, much more convenient. Below your image in Camera Raw, you will see a line of blue text that tells you specific details about your picture. Clicking on this blue text opens up the "Workflow Options" dialog box, where you can set up your color profile, bit depth, image size, etc. Color Profile The first little dropdown menu is the Color Profile (or Color Space). There are a lot of different options here, but the most important ones to take note of are sRGB, Adobe RGB, and ProPhoto. What makes the three of these different from each other? We can go into detail about each profile, but what's important to know right now is how you can use these to your benefit depending on your work. If your work is limited to digital outputs like the web or other digital devices, then sRGB is the universal color profile for that purpose. Adobe RGB is most commonly used by those who are in the editorial line of work. This is because Adobe RGB handles more colors than sRGB. Adobe RGB Colors are often duller and more muted as well, making them easier to transition to CMYK when it comes to printing magazines and such. However, if you have a more controlled environment with your output options, say, from your computer to your printer, then choosing ProPhoto might be the way to go. This profile handles the most colors. If you want to have your ProPhoto image printed out, it might not transition too well into a printed output by someone who is only familiar with Adobe RGB. The point is to make sure you consider all aspects of the work you do, and choose the right profile that'll fit your line of business. Bit Depth and Image Sizing The default setting for bit-depth is 8-bit, only because there used to be a lot of filters that only support 8-bit images. Keep in mind though that it's always best to use 16-bit as the default bit-depth for your images. As discussed previously, it'll provide the smoothest gradient of colors for your picture, and will get rid of those nasty banding effects that may get with an 8-bit image. Nobody wants to see sloppy work, right? For Image Sizing, unfortunately, the "Resize To Fit" behaves quite differently on a Mac and on a PC. When left unticked, the image size defaults based on your camera settings, which for example may be 16 megapixels. When you click on this tickbox, you will have the option to change your size to whatever megapixels you wish. Why would you even want to do that, you ask? Again, depending on the work that you do, you need to know what size you need. For a magazine, the standard size is usually 11 by 17 inches, and with 16 megapixels, that just isn't enough. If you change it up to about 18 megapixels, then you will get roughly about 11×17". But if you need to use your images simply for computer display, then perhaps something around 3 megapixels will be enough to keep your file sizes on the smaller side, especially if large images take too long to render on your computer. Other Workflow Options Resolution, as previously discussed, is best left to 300 pixels/inch for the best output. Sharpening is better left unticked. The same is true with your sharpening adjustment sliders, because sharpening inside Camera Raw will not only sharpen your image edges (contrast), but also sharpen noise as well. If you really need to have that kind of effect, there are more powerful and effective tools you can use once you get into Photoshop itself. Lastly, there is a tickbox inside the Workflow Options dialog box that says "Open in Photoshop as Smart Objects". Should you check this tickbox? Yes, absolutely yes. Normally, at the bottom right corner of your Camera Raw interface, you will see a button that says "Open Image". This opens up your photo into Photoshop as a background layer. But when you tick "Open in Photoshop as Smart Objects", this button changes into "Open Object", which then allows you to open your image in Photoshop, make changes, go back into Camera Raw, make some more changes, and head back into Photoshop again. That's the ultimate non-destructive workflow right there. Neat trick!
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In this video you will see a Photoshop file that has been created as a template for two double doors and two windows inside a school. I then will take this file and create panels that fit on our 54" rolls of vinyl. (Recorded with http://screencast-o-matic.com)
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Camera Raw Editing Tutorial. This is an example of how I edit photos using Adobe Camera RAW and Photoshop CC 2017. To see more editing and photography tutorials, please Subscribe! I am a photographer and drone pilot, and I enjoy posting drone footage, photography & photoshop tutorials, as well as pranks, funny stuff, and the occasional cooking or food related video! Please Consider Subscribing https://www.youtube.com/user/jmalonear?sub_confirmation=1 Website: http://www.jaysphoto.com Instagram: @jay_malone Twitter: @jaysphoto Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jaysphotography
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SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS http://bit.ly/PianoAppSale In this video, Mahalo expert Justin Z. briefly explains how to adjust the Image Size options in Photoshop. About Image Size Options --------------------------------------------------------------------- The size of your image will determine how large it is. It may sound obvious, but it's important to understand how image sizing works and how to make changes. For instance, you may be working with a picture that is too big for internet use, and the file size itself is too large to email. You can make it both smaller in size and shape without losing noticeable quality. Using Image Size Options --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Go to Image -- Image Size in the top menu bar. This will open a new dialogue box showing you the dimensions and size of your image. 2. At the very top of this box is the size of the file (34.8M in the picture below). 3. Pixel Dimensions allows you to change the size of the image by pixel count or by percentage. Percentage is the easiest, but Pixels is more precise. 4. You will notice to the right of these choices is a small Chain Link. This keeps the proportions of your image intact. You can turn this off, but you run the risk of warping it. 5. Document Size refers to the physical width and height of your image. You have multiple choices regarding how to change this, which include inches, centimeters, picas, points and columns. 6. Resolution will determine the picture quality of your image. You can switch between pixels per inch or pixels per centimeter. 7. The check boxes below make it so you have less to worry about when it comes to image changes. 1. 8. Scale Styles will keep the effect constrained. 2. 9. Constrain Proportions will keep the image itself scaled properly. 3. 10. Resample Image will make changes to your image quality. 11. On the right is the Auto button, which allows for quick image quality changes. 12. When you are done you can press OK or Cancel and the changes you made will either take effect or not. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-adobe-photoshop-image-size-options/
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Get the complete lesson at http://www.totaltraining.com. find out about more lessons on Twitter @totaltraining or http://www.Facebook.com/total-training. Order today and save 20% using coupon code tt_social. Adam's combination of real-world design experience, technical expertise, and training background make him an ideal InDesign CS3 software guide. In Part 1, he shows you how to navigate the new Adobe InDesign CS3 interface as well as all the paragraph, text, and character options available. In Part 2 you'll learn how to insert Photoshop, Illustrator and PDF files into your work and how to create and transform shapes and effects. Plus, you'll learn necessary skills for using color, working with layers, and preparing your designs for final output. Highlights Learn to navigate the new user interface, customize important preferences, and create document presets and templates. Discover how to place multiple Photoshop and Illustrator files with just a few clicks and make all your images fit your layout with ease. Unleash the power of new transparency effects including bevels, glows, and gradient feathers. Save time with object styles, text wrap, and lots of tips and tricks along the way. Give your documents a professional polish with lessons on paragraph formatting options, indents and spacing, hyphenation, and formatting text with styles.
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In last week's tutorial, I shared how I've shown logo options to freelance clients in the past. This week's video discusses what happens after the logo has been approved by your client. We'll take the approved logo and save it in file formats for print and web to cover any scenario for your client. For more goodies, be sure to visit my blog where I share lots of design freebies! http://every-tuesday.com/ Don't forget to follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/everytues or twitter: https://twitter.com/teelacunningham and I'm also on Instagram now! http://instagram.com/everytuesday Thanks for watching!
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Get the complete lesson at http://www.totaltraining.com. find out about more lessons on Twitter @totaltraining or Facebook /total-training. Get an introduction to Adobe InDesign CS4 with this essential training that introduces you to the basics tools, skills and techniques required to create professionally styled text, layouts and graphics that deliver a powerful impact. In this series, youll be guided through the techniques needed to work with text and graphics in your layouts. You will also learn how to apply artistic effects to text and placed artwork, without prior knowledge of other applications like Illustrator or Photoshop.
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❗ Save time & download my free Instagram Video export preset: https://go.whoismatt.com/instagrampreset/ Watch my IGTV Tutorial: https://youtu.be/HD9WjkpOQPI Don't have Premiere Pro?! Download a free trial at: http://bit.ly/premierepro_trial Read the text version of this tutorial at: http://whoismatt.com/instagramexportsettings While Instagram now lets you crop and upload videos in the app, it really is still lacking the finer control that you can get by editing a video in a traditional editing software such as Premiere Pro CC. By editing a video before copying it to your camera roll for uploading to Instagram, you can perfectly control the quality, framing, and get a much higher quality than just shooting and uploading. This tutorial will show you the export settings for the highest render quality for Instagram, and even show you how to upload widescreen videos. These steps also work for uploading to Instagram from both iOS and Android. Use Dropbox to send your edited video files to your phone! Sign up here: http://db.tt/xwW5c9G Use Google Drive to send your edited video files to your phone! Sign up here: http://drive.google.com Want my export settings for 4K videos? Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGyb6ZPUy20 Want to export 1080p videos instead? Here's my video about those 1080p export settings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-_MwtGaHjA 🎼Need help finding music for your wedding films? Subscribe to Matt's Music List: https://mattsmusiclist.com INSANE lowlight main camera (Amazon): http://geni.us/BphV7W My favorite wide angle lens (Amazon): http://geni.us/YwGvT The lens that is on my camera 80% of the time(Amazon): http://geni.us/YGFQQh Killer ND filter/adapter for these lenses (Amazon): http://geni.us/h5328u Best drone ever (Amazon): http://geni.us/lkb8m Filters for the best drone ever (Amazon): http://geni.us/polarpromavic2 Mega comfy shoulder bag (Amazon): http://geni.us/zJA7s42 BEEFY electronic gimbal (Amazon): http://geni.us/o4rj6 Fantastic video monopod (Amazon): http://geni.us/Q6Hqz Ridiculously tiny audio recorder and mic (Amazon): http://geni.us/dr10ltrecorder Prism for fancy in-camera effects (Amazon): http://geni.us/9C9X FAST video editing laptop (Amazon): http://geni.us/i8B4 Indestructible camera case (Amazon): http://geni.us/ZKSeHZ Light & sturdy travel tripod (Amazon): http://geni.us/hTtdPP4 Portable LED Lighting Kit (Amazon): http://geni.us/sCUsvs ❓If you have any questions about these export settings, or filmmaking questions in general, feel free to leave a comment below or get in touch at http://whoismatt.com. 👍Want to learn to film weddings? I'm now offering on-on-one filmmaker consulting! Check it out at http:///whoismatt.com/consulting 📷Interested in knowing what audio gear I used to film this wedding? Here's a list: http://whoismatt.com/gear/ Wedding Film Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/filmstrong If you want to keep up with my photos, videos, and other behind-the-scenes stuff, follow me on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/whoismatt I also post a ton of video related things to my Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/whoismattcom Music licensing sites I recommend: 🎧 Sound Stripe - http://bit.ly/sound_stripe (use the coupon code "WHOISMATT" for 10% off a yearly or monthly subscription!) 🎷 ART LIST - http://geni.us/artlistmusic (free extra 2-months when you subscribe using this link!) 🎵 Musicbed - http://geni.us/musicbed (get a 30-day free trial!) SEND STUFF TO: Matt Johnson 2177 Buckingham Road #553 Richardson, TX 75081 USA I’m required to state that I'm a part of affiliate programs for Amazon, B&H, SoundStripe, ArtList, Filmstro, and Kit - AKA - I make a bit of $$ when you click on those links in my video descriptions. It costs you nothing, and helps me grow my beard. :)
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Have you ever messed up your Default File Format And Icons by using open with option? Now you don't have to worry anymore as I have come up with new idea and proper explanation. In this video you will learn how to bring back to your default file format and icons. Please make sure that you follow the exact steps. If you are not clear with this tutorial then feel free to leave me a comment or email me and I will try to help you ASAP. To see step by step instruction clearly please click the lick below. http://goo.gl/BhTj3 or you can email me at: [email protected]
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READ this first! For details about opening camera raw files and DNG files go to this link: http://www.imagemaven.com/camera-raw/ This is Adobe's list of supported cameras. Read this first. https://helpx.adobe.com/camera-raw/kb/camera-raw-plug-supported-cameras.html And also consider keeping everything up to date. Computers and software. This post has more info about that. http://www.imagemaven.com/new-camera-domino-effect/ If you have a really new camera model and a slightly (even a couple months) older version of Elements, Photoshop or Lightroom, then the ACR plug-in may have to be updated. Along with how to open your raw files, that's what I'm demonstrating in the movie above. Chances are high that many of you will not be able to open your raw files on the first try. Capturing images in RAW file format is far more flexible than capturing jpgs. However, sometimes your camera and the software on your computer don't quite sync up. This is true if you have a brand new camera and an older version of Photoshop, or new Photoshop that hasn't been updated. If that is the case, you may have to update your Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) plugin for Photoshop. Follow the directions in Step One below. Now, if that doesn't do the trick, you'll have to download the free Adobe DNG Converter utility, which will convert files from over 200 any digital camera Raw files to a more universal RAW file format, DNG (which stands for digital negative), which can then be opened in an older version of Photoshop. (Older being CS2, Cs3, CS4.) Photoshop Elements can also open RAW files, and you may have to follow the same process if you have a newer camera and an older version of Elements. Step One: Update Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) • Update and install the latest version of ACR (v6.6 as of December 2011) • Use the Adobe updater (if it's installed on your computer). That way all the updates will be automatic and much simpler than the manual method. • Detailed instructions are included on the download page of the Adobe site • For Photoshop CS2 -- the latest version of ACR is 3.7 • For Photoshop CS3 -- the latest version of ACR is 4.6 • For Photoshop CS4 -- the latest version of ACR is 5.7 • For Photoshop CS5 -- the latest version of ACR is 6.7 • For Photoshop CS6 -- the latest version of ACR is 7.1 • For Photoshop CC -- Will Auto Update • Once you have installed the latest version, try again to open your camera RAW files • Easiest way is to navigate to the folder where your RAW files are using Adobe Bridge • If this doesn't work, go to Step Two. Here are the direct links to the latest Adobe Camera Raw updates for Photoshop: • Mac: http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp?product=106&platform=Macintosh • Windows: http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp?product=106&platform=Windows Step Two: Download DNG Converter • If Step One doesn't work, you will need to convert your files to DNG format, and then use ACR after that to open the converted files • Once you get your file converted to a DNG, it will open in any recent version of Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, and other RAW image converters too. Links to the latest Adobe DNG Converters are the same links as above Step Three: Convert Your Files To use the DNG converter, follow these steps: (These are for Mac, but the PC steps are very similar) • Go to the appropriate link above and download the latest Adobe DNG Converter • Place it in your Applications folder • Launch the DNG Converter application • Select the folder where your raw files are located and click Convert • You can save the new files to another folder, which I suggest you do, (and perhaps delete the original raw files once you are certain the new DNG files will open) • You can also re-name your new DNG files, but it might be simpler to keep their original file numbering • The DNG files are also slightly smaller than your raw files, but don't worry, all the quality is there Suggestion: Try one small folder of images first to test • The DNG converter converts your raw files to the DNG format which can then be opened using ACR and Photoshop CS2, CS3, CS4, CS5 and higher, as well as Lightroom, Aperture and iPhoto • Very simple and fast. Converting files to DNG is actually considered very beneficial, as it is an archival format and it also uses a loss-less compression which makes the DNG files 15% smaller • DNG files can be opened by all RAW conversion software and in the future may become the standard file format for all digital cameras *** WINDOWS USERS: For everyone who doesn't have a MAC, download Adobe Application Manager and update from there.
Views: 837210 Marlene Hielema
Learn how to import photos into Photoshop using Adobe Camera RAW or ACR for short. This is a full ACR tutorial for beginners. Download the entire course and project files here - http://bit.ly/PICPhotoshop Adobe Camera RAW is an extremely powerful tool that allows you to convert your RAW files into files that can be used inside Adobe Photoshop. Adobe Camera RAW is a RAW photo converts that is usually called ACR. This is a full in depth ACR tutorial for beginners. You will learn how to use ACR in photoshop CC and how to use Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop. you will learn what is adobe camera raw and how to process raw photos in photoshop. Photoshop Raw, photoshop camera RAW and Row photos in Photoshop. How to edit raw photos in photoshop Adobe camera Raw Tutorial. Part 1 - What is Photoshop - https://youtu.be/l7waNfsMXHU Part 2 - QuickStart Guide - https://youtu.be/2307e8iGDo0 Part 3 - Import/Edit/Export - https://youtu.be/ExXzHOzoN_w Part 4 - Settings and Workspaces - https://youtu.be/rTG3WOM5K0o Part 5 - Import Methods - https://youtu.be/jSH36BpD7gA Part 6 - Adobe Camera RAW - https://youtu.be/CoLsvubYqio _______________________________________________________________ ►Subscribe to Photos In Color on youtube - http://bit.ly/PICytsub ► Visit the Photos In Color - http://bit.ly/PICcom ► SOCIAL MEDIA! • Facebook Page - http://bit.ly/PICfaceb • Twitter - https://bit.ly/PICtwit • Instagram: https://bit.ly/PICinsta (Photosincolor) • Snapchat: Clearlyed
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I am mainly putting this here so that I can link to it for one of the groups that I run on Facebook, Davos' Den Of Geekiness (DDOG). Though I copied this from a tutorial on Photoshop (primarily for CC 2017) I thought that it dealt very nicely with which type of file format to save an image out as for posting on social media. It also addresses what options to save these formats in (primarily the different types of JPG there is). The last section also covers what PPI to save the image out as and this is basically determined on whether you are going to print the image later on or whether you are just going to save it on the Internet. These were three lectures from the tutorial Photoshop Made Easy: Learn Photoshop in 4 hrs. The course can be found on Udemy website.
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When saving images for the web, there are a lot of options. jpg, png, gif.... webp? In this video I look at the difference between jpg and png, and then compare it to webp, which depending on the settings you use, is a better version of *both* jpg and png. It's important to choose the right format because it impacts quality, as well as file size, and images are the heaviest load for most sites. Using the right format, and optimizing your images correctly, can help you (and your visitors) save a ton of bandwidth, so it's something that's worth looking into. /// Links More about WebP: https://developers.google.com/speed/webp/ Squoosh: https://squoosh.app Free converter (through command line): https://developers.google.com/speed/webp/docs/precompiled In-depth image optimization (including more info on webp, and much, much more): https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/performance/optimizing-content-efficiency/automating-image-optimization/#what-is-webp #fiveminutefriday (well, I tried at least!) --- I have a newsletter! https://www.kevinpowell.co/newsletter New to Sass, or want to step up your game with it? I've got a course just for you: https://www.kevinpowell.co/learn-sass --- My Code Editor: VS Code - https://code.visualstudio.com/ How my browser refreshes when I save: https://youtu.be/h24noHYsuGc --- Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kevinpowell I'm on some other places on the internet too! If you'd like a behind the scenes and previews of what's coming up on my YouTube channel, make sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinpowell.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevinJPowell Codepen: https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/ Github: https://github.com/kevin-powell
Views: 6660 Kevin Powell
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JPG, GIF, TIFF, PNG, EPS - how do you know what to use? Find out here! Like my interrobang necklace? You can get one at http://dftba.com/karen You can watch all of my graphic design videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL99CB3991F6281872 Previous videos: Typography Inspiration in San Francisco: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ixd0cB7u4Sg Blinged Out Flowerpots Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oySjeAdael0 Learn more about different file types: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image_file_formats http://www.scantips.com/basics09.html End music by Hank Green: http://dftba.com/artist/15/Hank-Green Check out my website: http://karenkavett.com Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/karenkavett Subscribe to my second channel: http://youtube.com/karenkavett Follow me on Tumblr: http://karenkavett.tumblr.com Follow me on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/karenkavett/ Thanks for watching, and DFTBA!
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❗ Save time & download my free 1080p export preset: https://go.whoismatt.com/1080pexportpreset/ Don't have Premiere Pro?! Download a free trial at: http://bit.ly/premierepro_trial Read the text version of this tutorial at: http://whoismatt.com/hdexportsettings This is the second video in my tutorial series all about the video settings that I use when rendering my videos in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. While first video and text tutorial was all about my 4K export settings, this one tackles my 1080p export settings. If you are using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, CS 5.5, or CS5, I have an earlier blog post I wrote back in 2012 detailing my 1080p export settings for those programs. This tutorial is significantly shorter than my 4K export settings tutorial due to me not going nearly as in-depth about my reasoning for choosing the settings that I use. So if you are watching this video or reading the text tutorial below and are confused about why I am using a certain setting, I would highly recommend watching the 4K export settings video, as many of the settings that I go over are similar and include explanations. In the near future, I will be releasing the third (and final!) video in this series, detailing my Instagram export settings. It is my hope that between these three videos, your video quality will look its best whether you are exporting your videos for YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, or a client. Want my export settings for 4K videos? Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGyb6ZPUy20 🎼Need help finding music for your wedding films? Subscribe to Matt's Music List: https://mattsmusiclist.com 📷GEAR I USE: http://www.kit.com/whoismatt INSANE lowlight main camera (Amazon): http://geni.us/BphV7W My favorite wide angle lens (Amazon): http://geni.us/YwGvT The lens that is on my camera 80% of the time(Amazon): http://geni.us/YGFQQh Killer ND filter/adapter for these lenses (Amazon): http://geni.us/h5328u Best drone ever (Amazon): http://geni.us/lkb8m Filters for the best drone ever (Amazon): http://geni.us/polarpromavic2 Mega comfy shoulder bag (Amazon): http://geni.us/zJA7s42 BEEFY electronic gimbal (Amazon): http://geni.us/o4rj6 Fantastic video monopod (Amazon): http://geni.us/Q6Hqz Ridiculously tiny audio recorder and mic (Amazon): http://geni.us/dr10ltrecorder Prism for fancy in-camera effects (Amazon): http://geni.us/9C9X FAST video editing laptop (Amazon): http://geni.us/i8B4 Indestructible camera case (Amazon): http://geni.us/ZKSeHZ Light & sturdy travel tripod (Amazon): http://geni.us/hTtdPP4 Portable LED Lighting Kit (Amazon): http://geni.us/sCUsvs ❓If you have any questions about these export settings, or filmmaking questions in general, feel free to leave a comment below or get in touch at http://whoismatt.com. 👍Want to learn to film weddings? I'm now offering on-on-one filmmaker consulting! Check it out at http:///whoismatt.com/consulting Wedding Film Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/filmstrong If you want to keep up with my photos, videos, and other behind-the-scenes stuff, follow me on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/whoismatt I also post a ton of video related things to my Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/whoismattcom Music licensing sites I recommend: 🎧 Sound Stripe - http://bit.ly/sound_stripe (use the coupon code "WHOISMATT" for 10% off a yearly or monthly subscription!) 🎷 ART LIST - http://geni.us/artlistmusic (free extra 2-months when you subscribe using this link!) 🎵 Musicbed - http://geni.us/musicbed (get a 30-day free trial!) SEND STUFF TO: Matt Johnson 2177 Buckingham Road #553 Richardson, TX 75081 USA I’m required to state that I'm a part of affiliate programs for Amazon, B&H, SoundStripe, ArtList, Filmstro, and Kit - AKA - I make a bit of $$ when you click on those links in my video descriptions. It costs you nothing, and helps me grow my beard. :)
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Learn how to retain transparency and save an image with transparent background in Photoshop. We'll talk about how you can save your photos with or without background. In this episode, we'll also talk a little bit about image file formats like, JPEG, PNG, PSD, TIFF etc. and which ones support or does not support transparency. ► Please SUBSCRIBE for more Photoshop Tip videos like this in future: https://goo.gl/94umrc Whether you want to have a transparent background for your logo to insert that as a watermark in all your images or video, (Yes, all major video editing softwares including Premiere Pro supports transparent objects) or you are making composites, you need to have objects and images with transparent background. Let us understand what exactly an object with a transparent background is. An object with a transparent background when imported into any photo or video editing software DOES NOT bring with it it's background to form a rectangle or square. Usually an object which was built to be transparent and not saved with a transparent background, will automatically acquire white to be it's background color. On the other hand, an image with a transparent background will take whatever is in layer below the object layer as a background. Now, saving images with transparent background, all boils down to image file formats. Now, there are tons and tons of formats, but the one thing that you need to know is, there are some formats that support transparency while some don't. When you save an image with a transparent background in Photoshop, you need to make sure that you are saving it in a format that supports transparency. The best format for transparency retention is undoubtedly PNG. I'm doing this demonstration on Adobe Photoshop CC 2017. There are other formats that do support transparency but PNG is the format that is accepted worldwide across almost all platforms. Hope this video helped you. Cheers!
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There's plenty of different image formats out there, but which one is the best? There's only one way to find out...FIGHT! Thanks for watching! Website: http://www.tiptut.xyz http://www.tiptut.co.uk Subscribe: TipTut: https://www.youtube.com/c/TipTut LinkTCOne: http://www.youtube.com/c/LinkTCOne Social Media: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tiptutzone Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tiptutzone TipTut Theme Assets: Colour Palette: http://www.flatuicolors.com Fonts: Lovelo, Caviar Dreams
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This is a quick demonstration of the new video editor found in Adobe Photoshop CS6. This impressive video editor can handle full HD video, and most of the adjustments and filters that you're used to using for photos can now be applied to videos. Photoshop CS6 is the first version of the program to offer timeline based video editing rather than just frame-based animation. However, animation is still available, and the combination of still images, animation, and video makes a very powerful video editor. If your timeline doesn't look like mine, you might be using the "frame animation" timeline instead of the video. If you want to convert from the frame animation timeline to the video editing timeline, click the icon that the arrow is pointing to in this image: http://www.lightandmatter.org/images/editor-convert.jpg If you have the Video timeline up but still don't see the "Add Media" icon in your timeline, then you are probably using a bad install of Photoshop. Re-installing usually solves the problem, but sometimes it's necessary to remove older versions of Photoshop. If that doesn't work, it's a software problem; contact Adobe support. DYNAMICLINK NOT AVAILABLE Generally this error can be solved by closing down any other Adobe media programs that might be open and using this resource. A reboot will probably solve it, but not always. If shutting down other programs and a reboot don't fix the issue, try this thread at the Adobe Forums: https://forums.adobe.com/message/6064839 SAVING / EXPORTING When you're finished with your video project (or even if you're not) and you want to save it as a photoshop project that you can keep working on later, you simply use the "Save" or "Save As" option in the file menu. However... When you're ready to create the actual video for viewing or uploading to YouTube, etc, look under the File menu choose "Export", and under Export, choose "Render Video". Depending on what version of photoshop you have and what video codecs you have on your computer, you may see some different options here, but any of them will produce a video of some kind :) For more information, visit us at http://www.lightandmatter.org/2012/photoshop-tutorials/editing-video-in-photoshop-cs6/
Views: 690200 Matthew Gore
This Photoshop CS5 tutorial discusses the advantages of processing raw files over JPG or TIFF files in Adobe Camera Raw. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Photoshop-CS5-tutorials/for-photographers-camera-raw-6/61903-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-61903-0203 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter two of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers: Camera Raw 6 course presented by lynda.com author Chris Orwig. The complete Photoshop CS5 for Photographers: Camera Raw 6 course has a total duration of 6 hours and 28 minutes, and provides in-depth training on Camera Raw 6, the CS5 component that makes it possible to more precisely control an image's appearance, exposure, shadow and highlight detail, color balance, sharpness, and more Photoshop CS5 for Photographers: Camera Raw 6 table of contents: 1. Introducing Camera Raw 2. Preferences and File Formats 3. The Camera Raw Workflow 4. The Camera Raw Interface 5. Opening and Saving Files 6. Crop, Compose, and Straighten 7. White Balance 8. Using Basic Adjustments 9. Tone Curves 10. Retouching Blemishes 11. The Adjustment Brush 12. The Graduated Filter Tool 13. Working with Details 14. HSL 15. Black and White 16. Split Toning 17. Lens Correction 18. Effects 19. Camera Calibration 20. Presets 21. Speeding Up the Camera Raw Workflow 22. Getting Creative with Camera Raw 23. Conclusion
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You asked so here's my export settings. One thing I forgot to mention about Lightroom export settings is that you can save the whole process as a preset, so I have a preset for high res, and then a preset for my blog size images etc. MORE LIGHTROOM VIDS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZUiPmTfOks&list=PLPx9teDDJPa04Jq2mMJqEqYxiyrE2YC3q Let's be instagram friends || https://www.instagram.com/joyymichelle/ JOIN THE COMMUNITY! #Photoboss FB Group: http://bit.ly/photoboss CLIENT management software I love and use: Honeybook 50% off http://share.honeybook.com/fTi8j Gear I use for weddings: Clear umbrellas https://amzn.to/2JyjCq7 Pelican Case: https://goo.gl/0d0HsP Nikon Camera Body D610: http://amzn.to/2eJLpY6 Nikon 70-200mm 2.8: https://goo.gl/TbyfUm Nikon 50mm 1.4: http://amzn.to/2ejjijU Nikon 60mm 2.8 Macro: http://amzn.to/2fwAyj5 Nikon 85mm 1.4: http://amzn.to/2fBTfRp Nikon 24-70mm 2.8: http://amzn.to/2fQlr7O Gepe Case :http://amzn.to/2fkYLZd Zeiss cleaning wipes: http://amzn.to/2eJLIlI Nikon Sb910 flash: http://amzn.to/2fBUDDp Pocket Wizard Triggers: http://amzn.to/2fBUyQf Genaray Video light: http://amzn.to/2fY5XxU Hoya close up filters: http://amzn.to/2fkYc1B Rain cover for cameras: http://amzn.to/2qFXyAj LETS CONNECT FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/joymichellep... INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/joyymichelle BLOG: https://www.joymichellephotography.com WEBSITE: https://www.joymichellephotography.com TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/joymphotography I have not been paid to promote or endorse any of these items. These are my honest opinions and thoughts. All gear has been purchased with my own money. Some links are Affiliate links, meaning that at no cost to you, I may receive a small commission if you buy it.
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This Photoshop training recap looks at working with text in a document. We explore some of the options for formatting your text and positioning it on your canvas. The video then provides a quick overview of the Layers panel and the stacking order of objects on the canvas. We finish off by saving a copy of the file as a JPG. What you will recap: • How to add and format text • How to place a vector (Illustrator) file in Photoshop • How to navigate the Layers panel
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The best settings for shooting video with your GoPro Hero7 Black. For Cinematic Look in Color Grading. I cover the settings for a flat color profile for color grading in post, as well as a standard profile for using the video right out of the GoPro. Get your GoPro Hero7 Black here: http://geni.us/GPH7 Get my GoPro Lightroom Presets here : https://sellfy.com/rehaalev Check me out: http://rehaalev.com http://twitter.com/RehaAlev http://facebook.com/RehaAlev http://instagram.com/RehaAlev Check the camera equipment and accessories I use: Camera: Sony a7 III Full-Frame Camera: http://geni.us/SNYa7III Sony Alpha a6500 : http://geni.us/SNYa6500 GoPro HERO7 Black : http://geni.us/GPH7 Lenses: Sony 24-105mm f/4 Zoom Lens : http://geni.us/SNY24105 Sony 28mm f/2 Prime Lens : http://geni.us/SNY28 Sony 55mm F/1.8 Prime Lens : http://geni.us/SNY55 Sony 10-18mm Wide-Angle Zoom Lens : http://geni.us/SNY1018 Sony 16-70mm Vario-Tessar Zoom Lens : http://geni.us/SNY1670 Sony 35mm f/1.8 Prime Fixed Lens : http://geni.us/SNY35 Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L II : http://geni.us/CNN24 Canon EF 50mm f/1.2 L : http://geni.us/CNN50 Canon EF 70-200mm f/4 L IS : http://geni.us/CNN70200 SLR Magic Anamorphot 1.33x50 Adapter : http://geni.us/SLRM50 Metabones T Speed Booster Ultra 0.71x Adapter : http://geni.us/MSBEM Drone: DJI Mavic Air, Fly More Combo : http://geni.us/DJIMA Microphones: Sennheiser MKE 400 Shotgun Microphone : http://geni.us/MKE400 Rode Video Mic Pro+ : http://geni.us/RDVMP Rode RodeLink Wireless Filmmaker Kit : http://geni.us/RDFMS Zoom H2n Handy Recorder : http://geni.us/ZMH2n Zoom H1 Portable Recorder : http://geni.us/ZMH1n Accessories: Ikan 5" 4K Support HDMI Field Monitor : http://geni.us/IKN54K SOKANI X21 Pocket-Sized LED Video Light : http://geni.us/SKN21x Zhiyun Crane M 3-Axis Stabilizer Gimbal : http://geni.us/ZHNCM Manfrotto MVM500A Aluminum Fluid Monopod : http://geni.us/MFTM500 Sirui P-326 6-Section Carbon Fiber Monopod : http://geni.us/SRP326 Hondo Garage Barely Rig and Follow Focus : http://geni.us/HGBR Tiffen 77mm Variable ND Filter : http://geni.us/TFN77 B+W 62mm XS-Pro Variable ND Filter : http://geni.us/BWXSP62 I edit photos with Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop. Video with Apple Final Cut Pro X and Apple Motion.
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Has there ever been a time when you had a low resolution image you want to print? Maybe a screenshot of something or an image where the quality just wasn't there? In this tutorial I'll show you one way you can modify an image and enlarge it to be printed as an 8x10. It only takes a few minutes and a couple of steps. One quick note, I did not create the original image used in this tutorial - I'm not sure who did, but I have seen the image used in various places on the web. Video Summary This particular image was at a resolution of 72 ppi and approximately 5.5" x 6.5". Our goal was to modify this image so it could be printed as an 8x10. When preparing images for print, it's important to keep in mind that your file resolution should be a minimum of 240 ppi to get a high quality print. In this case I wanted to use 300 ppi. Step 1 Open image. Unlock background layer by double clicking on the LOCK icon on the layer. Resize the image by going to Image - Image Size. Then change the resolution to 300. Click OK Step 2 Change canvas size to 8x10 by going to Image - Canvas Size. Use 8 for the width and 10 for the height. Click OK. Step 3 Using Free Transform, cmd + T, resize the image so it is as large as it can be without cutting off any of the edges. Notice we have a small area on the bottom and side that we will need to fill in. Step 4 Extract the text. Select the Magic Wand tool. Change sample size to 3 by 3, and tolarance to 12. Select a black portion of the text. Right click and select 'Similar'. If there are more pixels to be selected within the text, select Similar again. Right click in the selection and select Make Work Path. For the tolerance, use 2.0. The text and graphics will be extracted as a path and can be found in the Paths panel. Step 5 Blur the background layer to remove pixilation. Go to Filter - Blur - Gaussian Blur. Adjust the blur to your liking. I used a 4 pixel blur. Step 6 Fill in the missing areas on the bottom and right hand side. Use the Marquee tool to select the blank areas. Be sure to overlap the surrounding pixels so Photoshop knows what to fill the area in with. After making the selection press Shift + Delete to bring up the Fill dialog box. Choose Content-Aware and click OK. Blend further if necessary. Step 7 Add text back on top of image. Create a new blank layer labeled Text. Go into the Paths panel and highlight the work path that was created. Right click and select Fill Path. Use Black as the color for fill. Step 8 Add stroke around text. First setup your brush settings -- use a hard edge brush and a width of 8 pixels in this case. Right click on the text Path again and select Stroke. Use the Brush as the tool to stroke the path with. Step 9 Increase Contrast. Create a new curves adjustment layer. Select preset called 'Medium Contrast'. Step 10 Combine all layers and Sharpen. Combine all layers using Shift + Option + CMD + E. To sharpen the image go to Filter - Sharpen - Smart Sharpen. Use an amount of 200 and leave the rest of the settings as they are. You're Done! Step 11 Send out for print, the image is complete! The image is now 8x10 with a resolution of 300 ppi and will make a great print. Thank you for watching! For another way to enlarge a low resolution image for print, take a look at another one of my videos here: https://youtu.be/V_Z0aKUpRvM Below is all of the photography gear, audio gear and software I use for capturing images, video, audio and editing. These are affiliate links to amazon. If you choose to use them, I thank you for your support! My Photography Gear Canon 5D Mark IV: http://amzn.to/2G9cvn6 Canon Battery Grip For 5DIV - BG-E20: http://amzn.to/2rARJd2 Canon 60D: http://amzn.to/2F3qGcb Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS II USM: http://amzn.to/2BnsRF9 Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM: http://amzn.to/2E2p6Ii Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM: http://amzn.to/2rsFSxs Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM: http://amzn.to/2E3aXuu Canon 430EX II Flash: http://amzn.to/2DuUOfY Rogue Flash Bender Soft Box: http://amzn.to/2BntjDl GoPro Hero 5 Black: http://amzn.to/2E4ZVF7 GoPro Dual Battery Charger + Battery: http://amzn.to/2Dtgx8a Wacom Intuos Pro Pen and Touch Small Tablet: http://amzn.to/2BnzW8K Think Tank Photo Airport Essentials: http://amzn.to/2DxA1wG Audio Gear Blue Yeti: http://amzn.to/2rsH2ZQ Software I use Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan: http://amzn.to/2BlOhCK ScreenFlow: http://amzn.to/2Dua2SJ iMovie Computer Equipment Macbook Pro: http://amzn.to/2DvuPsW (I have a 2015, but this is the new version) Drobo 5Dt: http://amzn.to/2Dwt6Qk Datacolor Spyder5PRO: http://amzn.to/2BnQJbN Canon PIXMA Pro-100 Printer: http://amzn.to/2G8LWib
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The ULTIMATE guide to Optimize AMD Radeon settings for best Performance in 2018 ✔️, Radeon RX , Vega 56, 64, R7, R8, R9 HD and APUs! For Both OLD and NEW PCs getting more fps in games and speed up your pc, fix lag fix stuttering Lets try for 200+ Likes! 👍 For this Extremely helpful tutorial?! Do your part and hit "Like" now! and feel free to suggest more & Subscribe! ✔️ This video will teach you guys how to tweak , optimize and Speed up amd radeon settings panel for gaming , speed , increase fps , smooth gameplay. This guide works amazingly well on both old and brand new pcs, Featuring ALL and ANY Radeon based GPUs, such as the RX 550, RX 560, RX 570, RX 580 And older gpus such as the R7, R8, R9 Line and even the HD Line! it ensures you are getting the MOST out of your amd radeon graphics card gpu by optimising it properly 📌Want to help support this content? Support via patreon! https://www.patreon.com/panjno Amd / Radeon GPU Drivers: https://support.amd.com/en-us/download 📌Other fantastic Guides to follow to ensure AMAZING results Ultimate GPU Overclocking Guide: https://youtu.be/k1dGwFOdFLI How To Optimize Windows 10 For Gaming: https://youtu.be/wkJBDEDDS5o How To Optimize nVidia Control panel for best FPS: https://youtu.be/_KsK55zgUAQ How To Enable Windows Ultimate Performance power plan: https://youtu.be/W-LnnjsCAe8 ❗️❕ If you guys have any questions regarding any of the steps please do leave them in the comments below and i will do my best to get back to you! My Twitch (Follow me to see when i go live!) - http://www.twitch.tv/panjnotuts System Specs High end: i5 8600k @ 5.1Ghz GTX 1070Ti @ 2.1Ghz 3200Mhz DDR4 SDD + 4 HDDs Low End / Older: Intel x3440 @ 3.4Ghz RX 560 4GB 1800Mhz DDR3 2 x 500GB HDD - My Equipment - Microphone - Blue Snowball (Now the Blue Snowball 2 *Gloss Black Edt* Headphones - Xaomi Mi Pro Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of Panjno/Panjnotutorials, I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Panjno / Panjnotutorials assumes no liability for property damage or loss of data as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Due to factors beyond the control of Panjno, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, programs, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Panjno.
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Correct file preparation results in predictable output and improved control when jobs arrive at your RIP. This session will feature the different cutting options plus the many layout functionalities with Fiery XF and Fiery proServer. Access the various materials presented during the session here - http://webinar.efi.com/WorldofFiery2015/Oct21.
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The image viewer and basic editing app Preview has changed slightly in recent versions of OS X (Lion onward), simplifying the Export Format options down to JPEG, OpenEXR, PDF, PNG, and TIFF. But there are actually many other image formats available, including GIF, ICNS, BMP, Microsoft Icon, Photoshop PSD, SGI, and TGA, you just have to hold down the Option key while clicking on "Format" to access them.
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Ehowtech Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Ehowtech A PDF is a proprietary type of document storage file developed by Adobe. Learn how to edit a PDF file with help from the celebrated columnist of Nerd Chick Adventures in this free video clip. Expert: Andrea Eldridge Contact: www.callnerds.com/andrea/ Bio: Andrea Eldridge is the celebrated columnist of Nerd Chick Adventures. Filmmaker: Richard Benton Series Description: The PDF is one of the most popular document file formats on the Internet today. Get tips on how to edit a PDF file with help from the celebrated columnist of Nerd Chick Adventures in this free video series.
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