Photoshop: Best Practices for Collaboration
Photoshop: Best Practices for Collaboration is an Beginner level study on Photography, crafted by the creator, Dennis Meyer. This study is an important step for anyone who needs to excel in his/her Photography expertise. It gives you a thorough grip on Photography, Retouching, Photoshop, Photography, Retouching and Photoshop.
Many Photoshop users have bad habits that can become toxic when collaborating. Developing good habits around the use of layers, fonts, linked files, and unused content can save you and your collaborators hours of work and heartache. This course shows you how, and is a must watch for every Photoshop user. Staff instructor Dennis Meyer helps you to be more consistent when naming and organizing layers, maintain healthy links to other files, keep assets in sync, optimize file sizes, and adopt a style guide that will keep your team on the same page.
- Being consistent
- Naming and organizing layers
- Linking assets
- Using CC Libraries
- Identifying unlabeled layers