30 Days of Photoshop – Day 30

We are there, we finally made it.

We’ve reached the end of 30 days of Photoshop tutorials – and if you have completed every one, then let me offer you my congratulations.

Great work, well done.

You have sown the seeds to becoming a skilled Photoshop user.

The foundations you have put in place over this last month will help you take real control over the editing process.

The fun starts now!!

Armed with your new knowledge, can I suggest that your next step should be to find out how you apply all that you have learnt?

Time to book one of our editing workshops perhaps?

You might want to check-out our Photoshop Ninja workshop (running over 4 months). Click here for details

You might also be interested in our Lightroom Mastery course (running over 2 Saturdays) starting this October.
Click here for details


Today’s Subject:  Saving and Exporting

Would you like to save the ‘working copy’ of the photo you’re editing, complete with all the layers in place… or do you simply want to save a copy with all the layers reduced to just one?

And if you chose to export, how do you control the image size in such a way that you get the best combination of file size and image quality?

There’s a difference between simply saving a file and exporting a file. The final tutorial in this series will look at a number of options provided by Photoshop.


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Kevin Ahronson

Kevin is a full-time professional photographer and has been teaching photography since 2009. He founded the Hampshire School of Photography where he runs photography workshops and gives one to one mentoring to photographers at all levels, from complete beginners through to those who want to turn professional

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  1. Jasrameshen says:

    Its really amazing and fantastic

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