Photoshop is a boon for designers. It provides you a racy and robust designing and editing experience which is difficult to beat by its competitors. Whether its web layout, print layout or more, Photoshop is there to deliver quality results.
At times you have to do repetitive work, mostly when you are doing photo touch ups or photo editing. At this time to increase your productivity and to save your precious time, you can go for Photoshop Programming scripts.
Actions are very popular. Theyâ€™re easy to use and can save you a lot of time, but at the end of the day, they arenâ€™t very powerful and offer very low versatility. Thatâ€™s where Photoshopâ€™s scripting features go into action. Weâ€™re going to show you the almost endless possibilities that Photoshop scripting offers.
Scripting in Photoshop is something rarely touched upon in regular Photoshop tutorials, but is something definitely worth learning. Scripts are a much more powerful way to automate tasks than actions and can be used to do things which normally aren’t possible in Photoshop. Here we create a script which will edit any image, giving a stylish way to show your photographs.
Learn how to write a script that creates text blocks using the photo-letters you put into a folder. Throughout this tutorial youâ€™ll download some images of signs and crop and resize them to create the letters. Then youâ€™ll write the script asking for a text input, then tiling the letter images accordingly.
In this tutorial author will introduce Adobe ExtendScript Toolkit, reference documents that you will need when writing scripts and in the end author will guide you through a hello world program for Photoshop scripts.
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Get Better Output with Photoshop’s Automate and Scripts Menus
Learn how to automatically output multiple copies of an image in different formats (resizing along the way); print one page with multiple versions of an image; and create diptychs and triptychs.
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How to Create Actions in Photoshop
This video tutorial will make your photography workflow more efficient and less time-consuming. This could be in post processing, lighting, pre-shoot.
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