Photoshop Tip Tuesday – 07/20/2010

It’s Tip Tuesday, and I thought I would extend the conversations started yesterday about my last YoutTube video preventing unauthorized printing of your Facebook photos. Lots of people weighed-in on comments, Twitter & Facebook, with suggestions ranging from “Don’t post your photos online” to “That’s why I watermark my images.” You should checkout the article written by Terry White on how you can further protect Facebook content by using Lists. Today’s video tip demonstrates how to make a quick watermark on an image using Layer Styles while adjusting Layer Fill.

Be sure to watch for the #TipTues hashtag on Twitter, and join me again for next week’s video.

Photoshop Tip Tuesday – 07/13/2010

It’s time for another Tip Tuesday. Today I’ll be demonstrating how you can use Content Aware Scale to transform an image. This is extremely useful to photographers & designers that need to stretch or squash an image for a design or layout. Have a look:

If the embedded video doesn’t work, you can view the video directly on YouTube. Be sure to tag Kevin or I on Twitter with your Photoshop questions, watch for the hashtag #TipTues and join me for next week’s tip.

Announcing Photoshop Tip Tuesday

Welcome to all the KJ fans visiting my humble website today. If you caught the announcement on Kevin’s blog, you know we’re teaming up to bring you a new Photoshop or Lightroom tip on Tuesdays each week. The best part of this series is we’ll be responding to your questions! You can get started by connecting with us:

1. Leave comments on the blog.

2. Follow Kevin and Follow me on Twitter, you can @reply us there.

3. If you missed a video, subscribe to the YouTube channel.

For all the new folks, here’s a primer on why you’d choose Lightroom vs Bridge, my thoughts on Aperture 3 compared to Lightroom 3, and learn how Lightroom manages your image metadata.

I hope you’ll find Photoshop Tip Tuesday to be an essential part of your Internet fare, checkout this week’s episode, and watch next week as I talk about Content-Aware Scaling in Photoshop.