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I’ve been kicking around the idea of doing a series of screencasts that demonstrate some handy tips and techniques to help people be more productive in Photoshop. It’s been a few years since I’ve written any sort article on this topic, and this time around, I figured a screencast would be better suited.
If I recall correctly, the first time I used Photoshop was in multimedia class in grade 10, and I’m pretty certain it was version 3. Needless to say, I’ve been using the app for nearly two decades, yet I still find myself learning new ways to speed up my work flow, and often stumble upon handy little settings to make my life easier. Just last week, Orman Clark mentioned that he had found a way to remove the “copy” from being added to duplicated layers and groups, which served as the motivation to actually getting this screencast out the door.
At last, I can finally get rid of that pesky “copy” being added to copied layers and groups in PS s.zilla.cc/FPKl (CS5+)
— Orman Clark (@ormanclark) March 29, 2012
Most of the ground covered in this screencast is fairly basic, and mostly to do with setting up the user interface. But hopefully I’ve mentioned a thing or two that you weren’t aware of. If you find this screencast useful and/or would like to see me present more of this type of content, be sure to let me know in the comments, or on Twitter.