There are so many ways of doing things in Photoshop. This is so true, its become a cliche to say it. While echoing the mantra, we sometimes forget, or fail to see that while there are many paths, some lead to better, more flexible results with a lot less effort than others. There are different schools of thought. Depending on your level or goals in Photoshop, you might be looking for the following methods.
One thing stands true, no matter what level you are at, and that’s best practices. There are lots of ways to do things, but some should be avoided at all costs. This is what we will be looking at right now.
Thanks for watching this video and I really hope you have learned some good things, or just gained some confidence in your workflows.
If you are just starting out and feel overwhelmed, its ok. We all feel that way at the start. Keep practicing, there are lots of free tutorials here at PhotoshopCAFE as a good starting place. Our tutorials are hype-free, avoid bad practices and are sprinkled full of juicy time-saving tips. You will be comfortable in no time at all. Here are a few tutorials I recommend that will help you understand how Photoshop Works.
If you are more experienced in Photoshop, I hope this was a good reminder and also that you may have picked up a few new tips.
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