PHOTOSHOP VIDEO LOG: PREPARING PHOTOS FOR THE WEB
By Zack Schnepf
I’ve been teaching a lot of online Photoshop workshops lately, and one of the questions I always get is how best to prepare photos for the web. Preparing images for the web can be confusing when you’re first starting out. Many programs like Lightroom and iphoto can simplify the process with one button image prep, but the best and most powerful way is still manually preparing your images in Photoshop. In this video I demonstrate my own techniques for compressing photos for the web.
I highly recommend making an action for these repetitive steps. My normal web compression action is almost 30 steps long, but it included lots of advanced auto alignment steps for my watermark. This is a simplified version of my usual method.
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