Terry White

Terry White

Terry is a Worldwide Creative Cloud Design Evangelist for Adobe Systems, Inc., where he leads the charge in sharing Adobe’s Creative Cloud products to users around the world. Terry is an Adobe Certified Expert, author of Secrets of Adobe Bridge, co-author of InDesign CS/CS2 Killer Tips, runs Best App Site and Terry White’s Tech Blog, and is a key presenter at conferences around the world.

LIGHTROOM Q&A

with Terry White

Q. My Lightroom Classic plug-in wants to save the edited images as PSD. What is PSD and is it as good as DNG/RAW?  A. It’s very easy for a Lightroom user to become accustomed to working only with DNG/RAW or JPEG files. Most people understand that shooting in RAW yields the highest-quality image that your camera can produce. When working with DNG/RAW files in Lightroom, you’re actually never editing the actual RAW file. Lightroom/Lightroom Classic only applies nondestructive edits to the metadata and never edits the actual pixels of the image.  When you send the image to a third-party ...

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Q. My Lightroom Classic plug-in wants to save the edited images as PSD. What is PSD and is it as good as DNG/RAW?  A. It’s very easy for a Lightroom user to become accustomed to working only with DNG/RAW or JPEG files. Most people understand that shooting in RAW yields the highest-quality image that your camera can produce. When working with DNG/RAW files in Lightroom, you’re actually never editing the actual RAW file. Lightroom/Lightroom Classic only applies nondestructive edits to the metadata and never edits the actual pixels of the image.  When you send the image to a third-party ...

LIGHTROOM Q&A

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Q. I just got a new, bigger hard drive. How do I move my images to the new drive without messing up Lightroom Classic?  A. This is a common scenario and a common question. At some point you’re going to fill up your hard drive or need to replace it, as hard drives don’t last forever. The problems arise when people take it upon themselves to move their Lightroom Classic (LrC) photos in the operating system instead of letting Lightroom Classic do it. If you move the photos in the operating system behind LrC’s back, then LrC won’t know that you moved them, and you’ll have to relink the photo...

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Q. I just got a new, bigger hard drive. How do I move my images to the new drive without messing up Lightroom Classic?  A. This is a common scenario and a common question. At some point you’re going to fill up your hard drive or need to replace it, as hard drives don’t last forever. The problems arise when people take it upon themselves to move their Lightroom Classic (LrC) photos in the operating system instead of letting Lightroom Classic do it. If you move the photos in the operating system behind LrC’s back, then LrC won’t know that you moved them, and you’ll have to relink the photo...

Both Adobe Lightroom and Lightroom Classic are pretty straightforward, but there are several little known features and tips and tricks that most users will never find on their own. In this class, Terry White does a rapid-fire session fitting as many tips on both versions in an hour as he can. If you’re a Lightroom or Lightroom Classic user you don’t want to miss this one!

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Both Adobe Lightroom and Lightroom Classic are pretty straightforward, but there are several little known features and tips and tricks that most users will never find on their own. In this class, Terry White does a rapid-fire session fitting as many tips on both versions in an hour as he can. If you’re a Lightroom or Lightroom Classic user you don’t want to miss this one!

LIGHTROOM Q&A

with Terry White

Q. If I delete original photos in Lightroom cloud to make/conserve space, does that also remove them from Lightroom Classic?  A. This is a common concern among users of Lightroom Classic who also want to take advantage of Lightroom cloud for a mobile workflow, but don’t have a ton of cloud storage in their plan. Some Photography plans have as little as 20 GB of cloud storage. That’s not a lot, especially if you’re shooting in RAW while you’re out and about. The good news is that you can allow those “originals” to sync down from the cloud into Lightroom Classic and then remove them from L...

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Q. If I delete original photos in Lightroom cloud to make/conserve space, does that also remove them from Lightroom Classic?  A. This is a common concern among users of Lightroom Classic who also want to take advantage of Lightroom cloud for a mobile workflow, but don’t have a ton of cloud storage in their plan. Some Photography plans have as little as 20 GB of cloud storage. That’s not a lot, especially if you’re shooting in RAW while you’re out and about. The good news is that you can allow those “originals” to sync down from the cloud into Lightroom Classic and then remove them from L...

PHOTOSHOP Q&A

with Terry White

Q. Sometimes when I go to the Properties panel, the Remove Background quick action button isn’t there. Why is that?  A. Remove Background is a quick action in Photoshop, and it can be found in the Properties panel (Window>Properties) as well as the Discover panel (click the search/magnifying glass in the upper-right corner in the Options Bar). When you go to the Properties panel, the Remove Background button will only show up if you have a regular layer selected, not the Background layer. Simply converting your Background layer to a regular layer by clicking its lock icon in the Layer...

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Q. Sometimes when I go to the Properties panel, the Remove Background quick action button isn’t there. Why is that?  A. Remove Background is a quick action in Photoshop, and it can be found in the Properties panel (Window>Properties) as well as the Discover panel (click the search/magnifying glass in the upper-right corner in the Options Bar). When you go to the Properties panel, the Remove Background button will only show up if you have a regular layer selected, not the Background layer. Simply converting your Background layer to a regular layer by clicking its lock icon in the Layer...

Photoshop Q&A

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Q. I have a new MacBook Pro based on Apple’s M1 chip, but one of my favorite plug-ins isn’t native yet on M1 and doesn’t show up. How can I use this plug-in?  A. Congrats on your Apple Silicon-based Mac. I love mine, and the speed and battery life are amazing. The speed increases come from running applications that have been re-coded to run natively on these new chips, and Photoshop and Lightroom have been updated to run natively, which is great. If your third-party application hasn’t been updated yet, then it may not show up in the normal places in Photoshop.  You can reach out to th...

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Q. I have a new MacBook Pro based on Apple’s M1 chip, but one of my favorite plug-ins isn’t native yet on M1 and doesn’t show up. How can I use this plug-in?  A. Congrats on your Apple Silicon-based Mac. I love mine, and the speed and battery life are amazing. The speed increases come from running applications that have been re-coded to run natively on these new chips, and Photoshop and Lightroom have been updated to run natively, which is great. If your third-party application hasn’t been updated yet, then it may not show up in the normal places in Photoshop.  You can reach out to th...

Photoshop Q&A

with Terry White

Q. I have a small JPEG that I want to run Super Resolution on, but I’m at a loss as to how to get the JPEG to open in Camera Raw?  A. Super Resolution is an amazing bit of tech built into Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, and Adobe Camera Raw. Accessing it via Camera Raw in Photoshop, however, isn’t as straightforward as it is in Lightroom. When you open a RAW file in Photoshop, it automatically opens in Camera Raw. If you have a low-res JPEG that you want to run Super Resolution on, double-clicking it would only open it in Photoshop, since Camera Raw isn’t needed.  Here’s a way to get a ...

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Q. I have a small JPEG that I want to run Super Resolution on, but I’m at a loss as to how to get the JPEG to open in Camera Raw?  A. Super Resolution is an amazing bit of tech built into Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, and Adobe Camera Raw. Accessing it via Camera Raw in Photoshop, however, isn’t as straightforward as it is in Lightroom. When you open a RAW file in Photoshop, it automatically opens in Camera Raw. If you have a low-res JPEG that you want to run Super Resolution on, double-clicking it would only open it in Photoshop, since Camera Raw isn’t needed.  Here’s a way to get a ...

Most people become Creative Cloud (CC) members because they’re interested in the applications that come with the membership; however, many members never look beyond the applications to take advantage of the subscription for which they’re already paying. The Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan comes with a lot of benefits that go beyond Photoshop and Lightroom. It also gives you access to several powerful mobile apps, Adobe Fonts, Adobe Creative Cloud Express and Portfolio, cloud storage, etc. Let’s learn how to take advantage of all these tools to power your productivity and creativity.  ...

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Most people become Creative Cloud (CC) members because they’re interested in the applications that come with the membership; however, many members never look beyond the applications to take advantage of the subscription for which they’re already paying. The Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan comes with a lot of benefits that go beyond Photoshop and Lightroom. It also gives you access to several powerful mobile apps, Adobe Fonts, Adobe Creative Cloud Express and Portfolio, cloud storage, etc. Let’s learn how to take advantage of all these tools to power your productivity and creativity.  ...

Photoshop Q&A

with Terry White

Q. Is there a way to bring up the last filter I applied; but rather than applying the same last settings, I want to change the settings. Is there a way to do this?  A. Photoshop remembers the last filter you applied. As a matter of fact, after you apply a filter, the next time you go to the Filter menu, the last filter you used will be at the top of the menu. If, however, you choose it that way, it will apply that filter with the same settings you previously used. There’s a little hidden keyboard shortcut that will bring up the dialog of the last filter that you used so that you can chan...

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Q. Is there a way to bring up the last filter I applied; but rather than applying the same last settings, I want to change the settings. Is there a way to do this?  A. Photoshop remembers the last filter you applied. As a matter of fact, after you apply a filter, the next time you go to the Filter menu, the last filter you used will be at the top of the menu. If, however, you choose it that way, it will apply that filter with the same settings you previously used. There’s a little hidden keyboard shortcut that will bring up the dialog of the last filter that you used so that you can chan...

Photoshop Q&A

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Q. Now that you can copy-and-paste with layers from Adobe Illustrator to Photoshop, I’m wondering if it also creates swatches for the colors?  A. The copy/paste workflow from Illustrator to Photoshop is new as of the October 2021 MAX release of Photoshop 2022. It’s great for what it does, but you’ve just highlighted one of the things that it doesn’t do at this time. You’d have to create the swatches you want manually or better yet, in the Swatches panel (Window>Swatches) in Illustrator, click the flyout menu at the top right of the panel, and choose Save Swatch Library as ASE (you’ve ...

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Q. Now that you can copy-and-paste with layers from Adobe Illustrator to Photoshop, I’m wondering if it also creates swatches for the colors?  A. The copy/paste workflow from Illustrator to Photoshop is new as of the October 2021 MAX release of Photoshop 2022. It’s great for what it does, but you’ve just highlighted one of the things that it doesn’t do at this time. You’d have to create the swatches you want manually or better yet, in the Swatches panel (Window>Swatches) in Illustrator, click the flyout menu at the top right of the panel, and choose Save Swatch Library as ASE (you’ve ...

Photoshop Q&A

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Q. I heard about the new masking features in Lightroom and Lightroom Classic. Are those features also in Camera Raw in Photoshop?  A. The new masking features in Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, and Lightroom on mobile are fantastic and take editing to the next level in those applications. The good news is that Lightroom’s editing features are usually in lockstep with Adobe Camera Raw since they’re based on the same engine. This means that yes, the new masking features are not only a part of Camera Raw they’re also a part of the Camera Raw Filter. This is great because it means that now you...

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Q. I heard about the new masking features in Lightroom and Lightroom Classic. Are those features also in Camera Raw in Photoshop?  A. The new masking features in Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, and Lightroom on mobile are fantastic and take editing to the next level in those applications. The good news is that Lightroom’s editing features are usually in lockstep with Adobe Camera Raw since they’re based on the same engine. This means that yes, the new masking features are not only a part of Camera Raw they’re also a part of the Camera Raw Filter. This is great because it means that now you...

PHOTOSHOP 2022 NEW FEATURES (OCTOBER 2021 RELEASE)  Terry White  Adobe MAX is Adobe’s annual conference where Adobe takes the wraps off major updates to its Creative Cloud applications, and this year was no different. Let’s start with an improvement to one of my favorite new selection tools: the Object Selection tool, which was released last year. It’s like having Select Subject on a tool, and this year it gets even better. HOVER AUTO-MASKING OBJECT SELECTION TOOL  With the Object Selection tool (W), you can now hover your cursor over an object in an image and select it with a s...

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PHOTOSHOP 2022 NEW FEATURES (OCTOBER 2021 RELEASE)  Terry White  Adobe MAX is Adobe’s annual conference where Adobe takes the wraps off major updates to its Creative Cloud applications, and this year was no different. Let’s start with an improvement to one of my favorite new selection tools: the Object Selection tool, which was released last year. It’s like having Select Subject on a tool, and this year it gets even better. HOVER AUTO-MASKING OBJECT SELECTION TOOL  With the Object Selection tool (W), you can now hover your cursor over an object in an image and select it with a s...

Photoshop Q&A

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Q. I have a lot of Cloud Documents. Is there a way to organize them? A. By default, when you choose Save As in Photoshop, you now have a choice to save your work as a Cloud Document or to your hard drive as you always did. If you take advantage of saving as a Cloud Document, your images will just appear in a grid, which can get overwhelming. Luckily, you can add your own folders and save your Cloud Documents to the folders you create.  Choose Save As and click the Save to Cloud Documents button at the bottom of the Save As window. Now before saving, click the Create New Folder icon (f...

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Q. I have a lot of Cloud Documents. Is there a way to organize them? A. By default, when you choose Save As in Photoshop, you now have a choice to save your work as a Cloud Document or to your hard drive as you always did. If you take advantage of saving as a Cloud Document, your images will just appear in a grid, which can get overwhelming. Luckily, you can add your own folders and save your Cloud Documents to the folders you create.  Choose Save As and click the Save to Cloud Documents button at the bottom of the Save As window. Now before saving, click the Create New Folder icon (f...

Photoshop Q&A

with Terry White

Q. If I miss something when I use the Select and Mask workspace, is there a way to go back in and fix it without having to start over?  A. The answer is yes, but there’s one thing you’ll need to do first. When you use the Select and Mask workspace, make sure that you set your Output To results to New Layer with Layer Mask. When you click OK, this will make a new layer with a layer mask in your Layers panel.  If you then see that you missed something or need to go back in and make tweaks, then you can double-click on the layer mask thumbnail in the Layers panel. You’ll get a dialog as...

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Q. If I miss something when I use the Select and Mask workspace, is there a way to go back in and fix it without having to start over?  A. The answer is yes, but there’s one thing you’ll need to do first. When you use the Select and Mask workspace, make sure that you set your Output To results to New Layer with Layer Mask. When you click OK, this will make a new layer with a layer mask in your Layers panel.  If you then see that you missed something or need to go back in and make tweaks, then you can double-click on the layer mask thumbnail in the Layers panel. You’ll get a dialog as...

Photoshop Q&A

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Q. How do I clear the images in the Recent area of the Home Screen and the Open Recent option under the File menu?  A. It’s nice that Photoshop keeps track of the images that you worked on last, but there may be times that you want to clear this list. Maybe it’s for privacy reasons, or maybe you just don’t want to see them. Whatever the reason, Photoshop gives you a way to have a fresh start.  Bypass the Home Screen by clicking on the Home icon in the upper-left corner in the Options Bar. Now that you’re in Photoshop, click File, go to Open Recent, and choose Clear Recent File List at...

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Q. How do I clear the images in the Recent area of the Home Screen and the Open Recent option under the File menu?  A. It’s nice that Photoshop keeps track of the images that you worked on last, but there may be times that you want to clear this list. Maybe it’s for privacy reasons, or maybe you just don’t want to see them. Whatever the reason, Photoshop gives you a way to have a fresh start.  Bypass the Home Screen by clicking on the Home icon in the upper-left corner in the Options Bar. Now that you’re in Photoshop, click File, go to Open Recent, and choose Clear Recent File List at...

Photoshop Q&A

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Q. How do I add fonts to Photoshop?  A. Whenever I hear this question, it gives me flashbacks to decades ago when you actually installed fonts into individual applications on the PC. Luckily, those days are long gone and now when you install fonts into your operating system or font manager, they’re generally available to all your applications.  As a Creative Cloud user of Photoshop, you have access to fonts as part of your membership (depending on your CC membership). The next time you want something new in the way of a font choice, go ahead and type your text. With the Type tool (T) ...

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Q. How do I add fonts to Photoshop?  A. Whenever I hear this question, it gives me flashbacks to decades ago when you actually installed fonts into individual applications on the PC. Luckily, those days are long gone and now when you install fonts into your operating system or font manager, they’re generally available to all your applications.  As a Creative Cloud user of Photoshop, you have access to fonts as part of your membership (depending on your CC membership). The next time you want something new in the way of a font choice, go ahead and type your text. With the Type tool (T) ...

Photoshop Q&A

with Terry White

Q. Now that Photoshop has the ability to use Super Resolution in Camera Raw, my question is, should I crop the image first or after I run Super Resolution?  A. I recently photographed the moon with my new Tamron 150–600mm lens and, although it’s a great lens, I wanted the moon to fill the frame. This meant that I had to crop it. Cropping will also result in a smaller file with less resolution than the original 48 megapixels from my camera. To get that resolution back, I opened the cropped version in Camera Raw and ran Super Resolution. The results would likely be the same whether you cr...

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Q. Now that Photoshop has the ability to use Super Resolution in Camera Raw, my question is, should I crop the image first or after I run Super Resolution?  A. I recently photographed the moon with my new Tamron 150–600mm lens and, although it’s a great lens, I wanted the moon to fill the frame. This meant that I had to crop it. Cropping will also result in a smaller file with less resolution than the original 48 megapixels from my camera. To get that resolution back, I opened the cropped version in Camera Raw and ran Super Resolution. The results would likely be the same whether you cr...

Photoshop Q&A

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Q. I understand that the latest version of Photoshop runs natively on Apple’s new M1-based Macs, but what about my third-party plugins?  A. Apple has begun the transition away from Intel-based processors to their own “Apple silicon” processors. M1 is the first one of their own chips found in the 13" MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini. Applications have to be recompiled to run natively on Apple silicon-based Macs.  Photoshop and Lightroom have gone through this transition; however, Photoshop allows for third-party plug-ins, and in order for Photoshop to run natively, those plug-in...

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Q. I understand that the latest version of Photoshop runs natively on Apple’s new M1-based Macs, but what about my third-party plugins?  A. Apple has begun the transition away from Intel-based processors to their own “Apple silicon” processors. M1 is the first one of their own chips found in the 13" MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini. Applications have to be recompiled to run natively on Apple silicon-based Macs.  Photoshop and Lightroom have gone through this transition; however, Photoshop allows for third-party plug-ins, and in order for Photoshop to run natively, those plug-in...

If you want to get twice the work done in half the time, you won’t want to miss Terry White’s class on working faster and smarter in Lightroom Classic. Terry pulls together his favorite productivity tips for boosting your workflow. From importing through making selects, to editing and export, you’ll find new ways to improve your experience. Once you get up-to-speed on these techniques, you’ll wonder how you got along without them.

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If you want to get twice the work done in half the time, you won’t want to miss Terry White’s class on working faster and smarter in Lightroom Classic. Terry pulls together his favorite productivity tips for boosting your workflow. From importing through making selects, to editing and export, you’ll find new ways to improve your experience. Once you get up-to-speed on these techniques, you’ll wonder how you got along without them.

Photoshop Q&A

with Terry White

Q. How can I increase the resolution of my image and still maintain quality?  A. This question has been asked since the beginning of time. You have a relatively small image (postage stamp) and you need to make it large enough to make a decent print or even share on social media. In recent years, Photoshop has gotten much better algorithms for increasing the size of an image via Image Size. In the March 2021 update of Camera Raw, however, we now have “Super Resolution,” which basically doubles the resolution of your image while maintaining quality. And yes, you even can use it on JPEGs.  ...

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Q. How can I increase the resolution of my image and still maintain quality?  A. This question has been asked since the beginning of time. You have a relatively small image (postage stamp) and you need to make it large enough to make a decent print or even share on social media. In recent years, Photoshop has gotten much better algorithms for increasing the size of an image via Image Size. In the March 2021 update of Camera Raw, however, we now have “Super Resolution,” which basically doubles the resolution of your image while maintaining quality. And yes, you even can use it on JPEGs.  ...

Make Photoshop your own! Join Terry White as he digs deep into all of the various ways you can customize Photoshop to make it work better for you. You’ll learn how to customize the Toolbar, menus, keyboard shortcuts, panels, workspaces, and more. Terry will show you what preference settings you can leverage to change the interface colors, font sizes, and even certain application behaviors. By the end of the class you’ll be excited and ready to set up Photoshop like a pro!

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Make Photoshop your own! Join Terry White as he digs deep into all of the various ways you can customize Photoshop to make it work better for you. You’ll learn how to customize the Toolbar, menus, keyboard shortcuts, panels, workspaces, and more. Terry will show you what preference settings you can leverage to change the interface colors, font sizes, and even certain application behaviors. By the end of the class you’ll be excited and ready to set up Photoshop like a pro!

Photoshop Q&A

with Terry White

Q. In the Brush Settings panel, there’s an option to Protect Texture. I can’t quite understand how it’s used. What is its purpose?  A. This is a very subtle option that most people probably would never notice; however, if you’re a digital painter and work with different brush presets, it could be a lifesaver. Each brush preset has the option to have Texture on or off in the Brush Settings panel, and with each brush preset, the Texture could be set differently. Protect Texture ensures that each brush preset uses the same Scale and Pattern in the Texture settings. This would simulate the ...

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Q. In the Brush Settings panel, there’s an option to Protect Texture. I can’t quite understand how it’s used. What is its purpose?  A. This is a very subtle option that most people probably would never notice; however, if you’re a digital painter and work with different brush presets, it could be a lifesaver. Each brush preset has the option to have Texture on or off in the Brush Settings panel, and with each brush preset, the Texture could be set differently. Protect Texture ensures that each brush preset uses the same Scale and Pattern in the Texture settings. This would simulate the ...

Photoshop Q&A

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Q. When I upgrade to a new version of Photoshop, should I keep my old version and preferences?  A. While Adobe has tried to make upgrading to a new version of Photoshop as seamless as possible, there are still questions that only you, the user, can answer. The first of those questions is, “Do you want to keep your previous version?” Now keep in mind this only applies to major updates and not bug fixes. So, for example, going from Photoshop 2020 to Photoshop 2021 would give you the ability to keep the older 2020 version while installing the 2021 version right next to it.  Most people ...

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Q. When I upgrade to a new version of Photoshop, should I keep my old version and preferences?  A. While Adobe has tried to make upgrading to a new version of Photoshop as seamless as possible, there are still questions that only you, the user, can answer. The first of those questions is, “Do you want to keep your previous version?” Now keep in mind this only applies to major updates and not bug fixes. So, for example, going from Photoshop 2020 to Photoshop 2021 would give you the ability to keep the older 2020 version while installing the 2021 version right next to it.  Most people ...

Learn how to get started with layers in Photoshop with Terry White! Layers are one of the most important and most used features in all of Photoshop, so if you really want to get good at Photoshop, you need to understand layers. Join Terry as he provides a solid foundation for understanding what layers are, how to create them, and how to make the most of all the features they provide. In this class you’ll learn about the different kinds of layers, how to make new layers, how to work with multiple layers, how to mask a layer, how to keep those layers organized in all of your future projects, and so much more.

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Learn how to get started with layers in Photoshop with Terry White! Layers are one of the most important and most used features in all of Photoshop, so if you really want to get good at Photoshop, you need to understand layers. Join Terry as he provides a solid foundation for understanding what layers are, how to create them, and how to make the most of all the features they provide. In this class you’ll learn about the different kinds of layers, how to make new layers, how to work with multiple layers, how to mask a layer, how to keep those layers organized in all of your future projects, and so much more.

How to Automate Photoshop

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Learn how to speed up your Photoshop workflow through automation! Join Terry White as he shares some of his favorite tips and techniques for dealing with those repetitive tasks we all face. No matter how you use Photoshop, there are a number ways you could incorporate automation techniques to work more quickly and efficiently. In this class you’ll learn how to leverage Creative Cloud Libraries, Generator to save out assets, Actions for all kinds of cases, droplets, PDF presentations, and more. Stop clicking those same buttons over and over again and automate!

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Learn how to speed up your Photoshop workflow through automation! Join Terry White as he shares some of his favorite tips and techniques for dealing with those repetitive tasks we all face. No matter how you use Photoshop, there are a number ways you could incorporate automation techniques to work more quickly and efficiently. In this class you’ll learn how to leverage Creative Cloud Libraries, Generator to save out assets, Actions for all kinds of cases, droplets, PDF presentations, and more. Stop clicking those same buttons over and over again and automate!

Photoshop on the iPad

with Terry White

The day that many of us were waiting for has finally arrived! Adobe released the long-awaited Photoshop for iPad. Ever since it was teased at Adobe MAX in 2018, people anxiously awaited the actual release. Photoshop is such a diverse tool and everyone uses it in different ways, so expectations were all over the map. Honestly, I was afraid that no matter which features were released in this 1.0 version, it wouldn’t be enough to satisfy the masses. Fortunately, Adobe took the right approach even though it may not feel like it just yet.k Thirty Years of Photoshop Photoshop 1.0 was releas...

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The day that many of us were waiting for has finally arrived! Adobe released the long-awaited Photoshop for iPad. Ever since it was teased at Adobe MAX in 2018, people anxiously awaited the actual release. Photoshop is such a diverse tool and everyone uses it in different ways, so expectations were all over the map. Honestly, I was afraid that no matter which features were released in this 1.0 version, it wouldn’t be enough to satisfy the masses. Fortunately, Adobe took the right approach even though it may not feel like it just yet.k Thirty Years of Photoshop Photoshop 1.0 was releas...

Learn the latest workflow for client proofing using either version of Lightroom! Join Terry White as he breaks down the process for selecting the best photos from a shoot, syncing them to the cloud, sharing them with your client, and viewing their interactions back in Lightroom. Through each step in the process Terry shares the ins and outs of what’s required and shows you the results that a client would see. Terry wraps up the class with an alternative workflow to include watermarks if that’s what your needs require. The collaborative proofing workflow in Lightroom is brand new and still evolving, so learn how to get started with it today!

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Learn the latest workflow for client proofing using either version of Lightroom! Join Terry White as he breaks down the process for selecting the best photos from a shoot, syncing them to the cloud, sharing them with your client, and viewing their interactions back in Lightroom. Through each step in the process Terry shares the ins and outs of what’s required and shows you the results that a client would see. Terry wraps up the class with an alternative workflow to include watermarks if that’s what your needs require. The collaborative proofing workflow in Lightroom is brand new and still evolving, so learn how to get started with it today!

Learn how to become a master of metadata in Lightroom Classic! Join Terry White as he takes a deep dive into all of the ways you can add, edit, and utilize information about your photographs in your workflow. Metadata is simply information about your photos, and can include information applied during capture by your camera as well as information you add within Lightroom Classic. In this class Terry teaches you how to create and apply metadata templates, how to manually enter IPTC information, the value of keywording, how name people using facial recognition, how to apply location information, and how to manage that metadata during export. The more information you apply to your photographs the better able you’ll be to organize and find them over time.

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Learn how to become a master of metadata in Lightroom Classic! Join Terry White as he takes a deep dive into all of the ways you can add, edit, and utilize information about your photographs in your workflow. Metadata is simply information about your photos, and can include information applied during capture by your camera as well as information you add within Lightroom Classic. In this class Terry teaches you how to create and apply metadata templates, how to manually enter IPTC information, the value of keywording, how name people using facial recognition, how to apply location information, and how to manage that metadata during export. The more information you apply to your photographs the better able you’ll be to organize and find them over time.

The Personal Side of Terry White

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Come sit down with one of our favorite tech gurus and portrait photographers, Terry White! In this Personal Side Interview, Kalebra and Terry talk about the evolution of technology, where it’s been as well as where it’s going. You all know how much Terry loves his gadgets but did you know it dates back even to when he was a child? You’ll love hearing about his favorite toy he ever got for Christmas. Terry also chats about how technology has affected his career and offers encouraging advice for embracing tech in your own life.

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Come sit down with one of our favorite tech gurus and portrait photographers, Terry White! In this Personal Side Interview, Kalebra and Terry talk about the evolution of technology, where it’s been as well as where it’s going. You all know how much Terry loves his gadgets but did you know it dates back even to when he was a child? You’ll love hearing about his favorite toy he ever got for Christmas. Terry also chats about how technology has affected his career and offers encouraging advice for embracing tech in your own life.

Join Terry White to learn how to leverage the tools in Adobe Spark to gain more attention to your social media efforts! Adobe Spark is a free social media content creation platform from Adobe that consists of three parts: Spark Post, Spark Video, and Spark Page. Spark Post is for creating single graphic posts with text, Spark Video makes it easy to combine stills, motion, text, and audio into easy to share videos, and Spark Page is a fantastic tool for telling any story in a single scrolling web page. All three are accessible from any web browser or an iOS device. In this class Terry takes you through each Spark component, step-by-step, to show you how to create dynamic and engaging content.

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Join Terry White to learn how to leverage the tools in Adobe Spark to gain more attention to your social media efforts! Adobe Spark is a free social media content creation platform from Adobe that consists of three parts: Spark Post, Spark Video, and Spark Page. Spark Post is for creating single graphic posts with text, Spark Video makes it easy to combine stills, motion, text, and audio into easy to share videos, and Spark Page is a fantastic tool for telling any story in a single scrolling web page. All three are accessible from any web browser or an iOS device. In this class Terry takes you through each Spark component, step-by-step, to show you how to create dynamic and engaging content.

Learn how to get your Mavic Air off the ground and configured for the best photos and videos it can capture! Join Terry White and Scott Kelby as they teach you everything you need to know before you fly - the apps to use, the hardware, phone setup, safety tips, and all the advanced features. Each lesson builds on the previous one, starting in the studio and then heading outdoors to see the drone in action. Terry and Scott wrap up the class with tips on transferring the photos from the Mavic Air and how to power it down. This class is perfect for anyone interested in drones or other gadgets.

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Learn how to get your Mavic Air off the ground and configured for the best photos and videos it can capture! Join Terry White and Scott Kelby as they teach you everything you need to know before you fly - the apps to use, the hardware, phone setup, safety tips, and all the advanced features. Each lesson builds on the previous one, starting in the studio and then heading outdoors to see the drone in action. Terry and Scott wrap up the class with tips on transferring the photos from the Mavic Air and how to power it down. This class is perfect for anyone interested in drones or other gadgets.

Learn how to get started licensing your work through Adobe Stock! Join Terry White as he breaks down what stock photography is all about and how to contribute your work directly to Adobe Stock so that you can make money while you sleep. Terry takes you through all of the steps required to become an Adobe Stock contributor, as well as an in-depth look at what makes a good stock photo. You’ll learn the ins and outs of keywording, preparing your photos for submission, how to get model and property releases, and even how to submit vectors and video. Terry wraps up the class with a review of the most common questions he gets on stock photography, and you’ll leave feeling ready to start uploading your first submission.

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Learn how to get started licensing your work through Adobe Stock! Join Terry White as he breaks down what stock photography is all about and how to contribute your work directly to Adobe Stock so that you can make money while you sleep. Terry takes you through all of the steps required to become an Adobe Stock contributor, as well as an in-depth look at what makes a good stock photo. You’ll learn the ins and outs of keywording, preparing your photos for submission, how to get model and property releases, and even how to submit vectors and video. Terry wraps up the class with a review of the most common questions he gets on stock photography, and you’ll leave feeling ready to start uploading your first submission.

Join Terry White, Adobe's Worldwide Design and Photography Evangelist, to learn how to get the most out of Adobe Creative Cloud. In this class Terry demystifies what it means to subscribe to the Creative Cloud, how to find and install Adobe applications, and how to take advantage of all the additional benefits of a Creative Cloud subscription. From online storage space to increased collaboration tools, and from access to online assets to a wealth of mobile apps there's a lot more to a Creative Cloud subscription than just installing and updating Adobe applications. By the end of this class you'll learn how to empower your workflow with new tools, ensure you are getting the most out of your subscription, and know how to take steps to maintain it into the future.

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Join Terry White, Adobe's Worldwide Design and Photography Evangelist, to learn how to get the most out of Adobe Creative Cloud. In this class Terry demystifies what it means to subscribe to the Creative Cloud, how to find and install Adobe applications, and how to take advantage of all the additional benefits of a Creative Cloud subscription. From online storage space to increased collaboration tools, and from access to online assets to a wealth of mobile apps there's a lot more to a Creative Cloud subscription than just installing and updating Adobe applications. By the end of this class you'll learn how to empower your workflow with new tools, ensure you are getting the most out of your subscription, and know how to take steps to maintain it into the future.

Adobe Muse: Next Steps

with Terry White

With constant updates to Adobe Muse being offered so often, there are some new features to be aware of. These features include adding maps, optimizing for tablets and smart phones, as well as using custom fonts.

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With constant updates to Adobe Muse being offered so often, there are some new features to be aware of. These features include adding maps, optimizing for tablets and smart phones, as well as using custom fonts.

This course will take from start to finish on creating a custom website from scratch using Adobe Muse. Everything from creating Master Pages, to adding slideshows, videos, forms, and finally, publishing the site. You don't have to be into code or web design to create a website. Adobe Muse makes it easy.

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This course will take from start to finish on creating a custom website from scratch using Adobe Muse. Everything from creating Master Pages, to adding slideshows, videos, forms, and finally, publishing the site. You don't have to be into code or web design to create a website. Adobe Muse makes it easy.

Adobe Muse: In-Depth

with Terry White

Terry White shows viewers how to use Adobe Muse to design and publish a single-page website that features scrolling effects, slideshows, custom links, multiple layouts, and panel widgets.

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Terry White shows viewers how to use Adobe Muse to design and publish a single-page website that features scrolling effects, slideshows, custom links, multiple layouts, and panel widgets.

Muse CC for Photographers

with Terry White

You probably know that you need a website, but you're not really into writing code. That's why Adobe Muse CC was created. You can have your own website and more importantly update it as often as you need.

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You probably know that you need a website, but you're not really into writing code. That's why Adobe Muse CC was created. You can have your own website and more importantly update it as often as you need.

You would be hard pressed to buy a camera that doesn't shoot video today! However, as a photographer you probably never got into video editing. Now with Adobe Premiere Pro CC it couldn't be easier to tell your story with photos and videos. The problem has been that all the other Premiere Pro classes out there are geared towards video people. In this class Terry White shows you how to go from start to finish with your videos, photos and music without all the video jargon. Let a photographer show you how to use Premiere Pro CC.

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You would be hard pressed to buy a camera that doesn't shoot video today! However, as a photographer you probably never got into video editing. Now with Adobe Premiere Pro CC it couldn't be easier to tell your story with photos and videos. The problem has been that all the other Premiere Pro classes out there are geared towards video people. In this class Terry White shows you how to go from start to finish with your videos, photos and music without all the video jargon. Let a photographer show you how to use Premiere Pro CC.

Intro to InDesign CC

with Terry White

InDesign CC lets you bring your photos, text and graphics together in a seamless integrated workflow. After this class you'll be able to layout out just about any document that you want to create. Brochures, newsletters, magazines, business cards, flyers and books and just a click away.

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InDesign CC lets you bring your photos, text and graphics together in a seamless integrated workflow. After this class you'll be able to layout out just about any document that you want to create. Brochures, newsletters, magazines, business cards, flyers and books and just a click away.

The iPad has taken the world by storm and has increasingly become a useful addition to a digital photography workflow. Join Terry White, worldwide Creative Suite Design Evangelist for Adobe Systems, as he walks through the various iPad apps he uses in each stage of his photographic workflow. Whether you are planning a shoot, transferring photos to your iPad while shooting, reviewing your photos after a shoot, editing your photos, signing releases, or showing your finished work, there is an app for that and Terry knows which ones are the best.

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The iPad has taken the world by storm and has increasingly become a useful addition to a digital photography workflow. Join Terry White, worldwide Creative Suite Design Evangelist for Adobe Systems, as he walks through the various iPad apps he uses in each stage of his photographic workflow. Whether you are planning a shoot, transferring photos to your iPad while shooting, reviewing your photos after a shoot, editing your photos, signing releases, or showing your finished work, there is an app for that and Terry knows which ones are the best.

With InDesign CS6 and a Creative Cloud subscription it has gotten a whole lot easier to create an unlimited number of applications for the iPad. Join Terry White, worldwide Creative Suite Design Evangelist for Adobe Systems, as he takes you through every step in the process for creating an iPad app from scratch up to submitting it for approval in the App Store. You'll learn what software is required to complete each phase of the project, how to create alternate versions for vertical and horizontal orientations, how to add various forms of interactivity, and how to build the final app itself.

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With InDesign CS6 and a Creative Cloud subscription it has gotten a whole lot easier to create an unlimited number of applications for the iPad. Join Terry White, worldwide Creative Suite Design Evangelist for Adobe Systems, as he takes you through every step in the process for creating an iPad app from scratch up to submitting it for approval in the App Store. You'll learn what software is required to complete each phase of the project, how to create alternate versions for vertical and horizontal orientations, how to add various forms of interactivity, and how to build the final app itself.

InDesign CS5 Power Session

with Terry White

Design Evangelist Terry White takes viewers through the new features in InDesign CS5 and shows InDesign users why they should be upgrading to this new version.

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Design Evangelist Terry White takes viewers through the new features in InDesign CS5 and shows InDesign users why they should be upgrading to this new version.

How to get the most out of using these powerful applications together

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How to get the most out of using these powerful applications together

Learn how to create PDFs for print and web, as well as how to use Acrobat to collaborate with your peers.

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Learn how to create PDFs for print and web, as well as how to use Acrobat to collaborate with your peers.
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