In this Photoshop tutorial, Richard Harrington gives some free tips on how to create a droplet with Adobe Photoshop. A droplet is an executable Photoshop action that is a mini application stored on your computer that allows you to drag and drop an image, multiple images, or folders of images onto the droplet to have Photoshop launch and batch process the images using the predefined actions. The Interlace Flicker Removal action is used in this example to batch process some tiff files. Also covered in this tutorial is using the Image Processor script to convert JPG to TIFF files for better batch processing.
Batch Process Commands Play Video Some free tricks on how to use the batch processing commands in Photoshop. Batch processing allows you to execute actions on folders of images or photos to take the monkey work out of your life and leave it in the capable hands of the Adobe software to automate the tasks. Using Photoshop CS3 Extended, Richard walks you through executing the batch command.
THE BLUR LAB Play Video Adobe Photoshop CS6 includes three new blurring filters. Rich Harrington will show you new ways to blur specific areas in a photo, as well as achieve tilt sheet and vignette effects.
THE ADAPTIVE WIDE ANGLE COMMAND Play Video Adobe Photoshop CS6 adds to an existing feature that you may not have even been using called Photomerge. Rich Harrington will show you the new Adaptive Wide Angle command to remove all of the lens and perspective distortion in merged photos. You will also learn how to use these exact techniques with video footage, too.
Adobe created quite a stir when it recently announced a public beta for the next major update to Photoshop. Is this the result of some very smart marketing, or perhaps an act of desperation, due to the harsh economic realities facing most creatives these days? What is the future of this critical production tool?
Lite Bite for Photoshop: Using Masks on Groups Play Video Using masks to speed up web design can help you show multiple graphic ideas with the least amount of effort for best effect. In this tutorial, Martin Ainsworth willl show you how to add a mask to a folder and add content to it.