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Episode 6: Adobe in the News

In the last couple of weeks Adobe has been in the news, and not in a good way. Dave shares his take on the issue of apparent price increases and the chances of Photoshop users getting sued.

Episode 5: Chat with Scott Kelby

Dave sits down with Scott Kelby and they chat about Scott’s journey starting from a two-person design firm, the fun (and possible nightmares) of Photoshop World, and what Scott would do if he was in charge of Photoshop and Lightroom. Along the way there’s a little reminiscing and a bunch of useful Photoshop tips.

Episode 4: Productivity & Automation: Actions

In part two of his discussion of productivity and automation in Photoshop Dave Cross addresses the question “What about Actions?”. He talks about some misconceptions about Actions, methods to learn more about them, and a cool way to make single-step Actions.

Episode 3: Productivity & Automation in Photoshop (Not Actions!)

Dave talks about how productivity and automation in Photoshop means more than Actions. In fact in this episode he doesn’t cover Actions at all – that’ll be in part two next week! Learn a quick strategy you can start using right away to be more efficient in Photoshop!

Episode 2: Why work Non-Destructively in Photoshop

In this episode Dave discusses his top five reasons for working Non-Destructively in Photoshop – and none of them are “in case I change my mind” – and shares a cool tip about Adjustment Smart Filters.

Episode 1: Troubleshooting in Photoshop

Dave talks about some simple strategies to use when things aren’t working in Photoshop the way you expect. Hear how using a checklist can same you time and heartache. Of course there’s a tip of the week about non-destructive cropping and even a quick Q&A.

Pilot Episode: A Photoshop Podcast?

In this pilot episode Dave Cross talks about the thought process behind this podcast about Photoshop, including a nostalgic look back 15 years ago at “Photoshop Radio”, discusses how we can stop being creatures of habit and shares a tip about using a keyboard shortcut to hide a layer.