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  • NEW SNAPSHOT, THE MISTAKE INSURANCE POLICY
    on Jan 8, 2009
    The great thing about Photoshop's History feature is that you can (by default) undo your last 20 steps. Perhaps even more important is that you can always return to how the image looked when you opened it, so you never really do any permanent dama
  • PREPRESS CLEANUPSIN A SNAP
    on Jan 8, 2009
    This is a great tip if you're zoomed in close to an image for retouching, or checking it in prepress for spots or specs, because it lets you check the entire image in a very methodical wayusing your keyboard to navigate zone by zone. Here's h
  • DRAG-AND-DROP CURVES FOR QUICK CORRECTION
    on Jan 8, 2009
    If you're color-correcting a number of images that are basically the same (for example, catalog shots or high school yearbook shots, where the lighting and composition are pretty much the same), you may want to apply the same Curve setting to a nu
  • CREATING REUSABLE DIAGONAL GUIDES
    on Jan 8, 2009
    If you've used Photoshop's rulers at all, you know that you have your choice of either a vertical or horizontal guide. That's not a bad thing, but there's one thing missinga diagonal guide. Since Photoshop doesn't have one, here
  • LOCKING YOUR TABLET BRUSH SETTINGS
    on Jan 8, 2009
    Since Photoshop 7, the one thing that drove Wacom tablet users insane was that you couldn't lock in your pressure sensitivity settings without saving a special custom brush. Luckily, that all changed in Photoshop CS, and you can now lock in your p
  • THE SECRETS OF SEARCHING IN THE BROWSER
    on Jan 8, 2009
    Don't get caught in the trap of thinking that you have to assign keywords to your photos before you can start using the File Browser's Search function (although keywords certainly make it easier). But to find out just how much power the searc
  • SAVING YOUR ACTIONS AS PRINTABLE TEXT FILES
    on Jan 8, 2009
    This is a totally undocumented actions tip, and if you need it, it's a real lifesaver. Once you've created an action, you can actually save a text document with all the action steps so you can have a printed hard copy of your action. Here's
  • ACTIONS POWER TIP: ADD AN ACTION TO YOUR ACTION
    on Jan 8, 2009
    Here's an Actions power tip: Did you know that you can build an action that will include an existing action? Here's how it's done: As you're recording your action, just go to the Actions palette, click on the existing action you want t
  • MAKING CHANGES TO RAW PHOTOS WITHOUT OPENING THEM
    on Jan 8, 2009
    This is a pretty slick trickediting Raw photos without actually opening them in Photoshop, well, technically. Here's how it's done: Open the Raw digital camera image from within the File Browser, and it brings up the Camera Raw dialog. Make t
  • 3D PRINT EFFECTS (AND WHERE TO GET THOSE GOOFY GLASSES)
    on Jan 8, 2009
    For a brief time back in the 1950s, 3D movies were all the rage, but it was short-lived, probably because you had to wear those cheesy-looking 3D glasses to experience the effect. Although 3D has come a long way since then, unfortunately you still ha...
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