Thats why I have scripts and batch processing at times
I don't even know how to PP. Those who know, don't want to share. And I simply don't have the talent to read and learn
The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt....
I get high when I do PP.
Do landscapes la, very minimal PP required.
Take a photo you took, and one which is beautifully edited by a pro, put them side by side and adjust your picture as similar as possible to the pro. Slowly you will know what are the tools involved.
For me, i have a whole set of actions preset (which i created) to speed up my workflow, and adding a shortcut key to those actions helps alot too. For eg, USM + save are preset at my F4 key.. That sure save so much time clicking here and there.
What took me 5 hours to do last time takes only 1 hour to finish now Not to forget batch process where i let my computer work for me when i'm asleep
Last edited by behyx; 20th August 2007 at 10:19 PM.
yup..use actions and batch processing. record your actions and play them back. you can also search the web for actions. willyfoo also released some good ones in cs.
here's my workflow after loading in the photos..
1. in adobe cs3 bridge, use tools/batch rename to rename my photos to something meaningful
2. then still in bridge select photos to process and rate or label them
3. select those rated or labelled and use tools/photoshop/batch or tools/photoshop/image processor to process the pics
image processor is quite useful cos you can optionally fire off your actions from there.
get it correct right out of the camera and no need to PP?
“How fortunate for leaders that men do not think.” - Adolf Hitler
Then wake up go Poot Poot?
All it means is you have to learn to harmonise yourself with the forces of nature and time and space.
Although smearing the fresh blood with the cut head of a white rooster where pee pee is may help.
May the force be good with your pee pee!
Last edited by Sion; 21st August 2007 at 10:40 AM.