Photoshop Tip: Speeding up your Saving

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: April 20, 2012

Category: General

Hi Folks,

Today I’m handing the blog over to my good friend David A Rogers; a real life English Man in New York…well, Florida actually but you know what I mean 🙂

David who also runs the Adobe User Group: Lightroom Tampa Bay, has put together a short Photoshop Tip/Technique video showing how to speed up ‘Saving’ your work in Photoshop; a tip that has now made him one of the finalists in the current Next Adobe Evangelist Competition.

So what is an Adobe Evangelist?
Well, to quote Adobe, an Evangelist preaches the Photoshop gospel and converts average people into Photoshop power users. Evangelists also practice what they preach and harness the magic of Photoshop to create powerful visuals every day…

Voting is still open to decide on an overall winner and to crown the Next Adobe Evangelist until April 23rd, so why not head on over to see the 5 Finalist’s great Hidden Gem videos and cast a vote for your favourite; the videos are short and contain some great tips/techniques, so good luck to all involved.

You can check out the videos and cast your vote here [Link]

Right I’m off to work my way through some of the other entries and take in some more tips/techniques so I’ll catch you later.

Enjoy 🙂

•If you’re a Lightroom user then be sure to head on over to the  Lightroom Tampa Bay Adobe User Group website; a completely free resource full of hints, tips & techniques to help you get the most out of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom [Link]


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  1. david rogers

    Thank you for the support Glyn, and thank you to all the other Brits that have voted. I enjoy sharing what I know and am pleased to have reached the 5 finalists both times this competition was run.
    I have posted the other five videos I entered at the Lightroom Tampa Bay site, hopefully there is something there for your readers.

  2. Ana Adams

    Ahhhh ( * relief sigh ;)) THANK YOU, David !!
    Very useful tip =)


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