Alrighty, it’s the first official day of D2WC and I’m looking forward to all the presentations that will be delivered throughout the day. I’m speaking tomorrow on InDesign Interactive Media, so today I’ll be on the show floor answering questions and helping out.
Wednesday’s video prompted the question, “When do I use Snapshots vs Virtual Copies?” Here is an answer delivered in today’s tutorial. Enjoy!
I know this post is coming out late, but I spent yesterday bouncing around airports trying to get to Kansas City for the D2WC conference. If you’re local, then you’ll see me on NBC this morning promoting the event with Kevin Stohlmeyer.
Alrighty, I have a quick Lightroom tutorial demonstrating how you create virtual copies in your workflow. Check it out!
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!