Good afternoon everyone! It’s a late day post today, as I’m FRANTICALLY trying to get stuff done before I fly out tomorrow. I will be in Lexington, KY for PhotoPro Summer School with the amazing David Ziser, talented Kevin Ames & local phenomenon Lynn Michelle. Looking forward to taking the stage with the folks I admire, and sharing some cool Lightroom & Photoshop tips with PPA members.
After this weekend, it’s off to Kansas City, MO for the D2W conference. I’ve already listed the Top Five Reasons you should be there, and I can only imagine the antics that will ensue on that trip.
Today’s quick tip is how to manage metadata in Photoshop PSD files. A useful item for tracking the changes you’ve made to project files over time. Check it out!
Happy July 4th!!! If you’re reading the blog, how I appreciate your patronage & dedication. I’ll make it quick, as today is one to reflect on all our great country has to offer. In keeping with the patriotic theme, I’ve included fireworks in today’s tutorial. Enjoy!
If you’re reading this then that means you’re catching me on a better faster webserver. I want to thank @VSellis for connecting me with @Orangecast as my WordPress setup is screaming fast compared to my old host. Speed baby! Yeah!!!
Alrighty, on today’s episode we’re talking Layer Comps in Photoshop. If you’re not using them, you’re missing out on a cool way to track multiple designs without creating unnecessary duplicate layers. Check it out, let me know what you think.