Tips for beauty bloggers: editing product photos

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Ugh, I probably shouldn’t film while in a wheat-coma in the future :P Anyhow; enjoy the video, and don’t forget that you can watch fullscreen in HD! (Highly encouraged. Highly.)

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17 Responses to “Tips for beauty bloggers: editing product photos”

  1. Okay, I'm still watching, but thanks for the new action thing. I've been using Paint, because it's simpler to open, but if I can resize by just clicking one thing, I might switch to Photoshop.
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  2. "What is a normal person going to call that? Not your X=Y line? Your diagonal line!"

    Pssh, if they didn't get what an X=Y line was, they shouldn't be allowed a computer. =P I kid, of course, but that part was so adorable I had to mention it.

    You rock. Thanks for the vid, I'm starring this post in my reader. =]
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  3. great tutorial.. My workflow is usually edit, resize, and then sharpen. I find that editing is more precise on full size photos. Just my 2 cents :)
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  4. So useful, Rae! Especially the "actions" thing – I'll have to check if Gimp has that, as well. And I agree…the less clickies I have to do, the better :D Even if it is just three clicks.

    And omg, I always think the same thing when I come across "opacity." I rarely have to say it, and I can say "opaque," well enough, but "opacity?" Weeeeeeird.

    Annnnd…I still cannot get over how cute you sound.
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  5. I love using Actions as well–it's how I resize and place my watermark, things like that. Great post, will watch again and share later.
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  6. Awesome tutorial. I never knew about the 'Actions' thing. Haha, goes to show how bad my Photoshop skills are. >.<
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  7. Great stuff! Love the tip about Actions. Will definitely add that to my workflow. :)
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  8. Great tutorial!

    I would love to know where you got your background! It's awesome!

  9. LOL! Oh, if only that were true :P Navigating the interwebs would be so, so much easier!

    Really glad you liked the post :) xx

  10. Haha, I usually have a bunch of programs running at once – my computer lags if I work on photos at their full 4272 × 2848 size, so I cheat a bit and resize first :P

  11. !! :D :D

    Hope you can find something similar to "actions" in Gimp – it's super handy, especially when you have processes with more steps : )

  12. Glad you liked it! xx

  13. Man, I don't even know how to use 90% of the stuff in Photoshop – there's just so much you can do with it! >.<

  14. :) Glad I could be helpful, my dearling!

  15. Oh my gosh, I don't even know – I'm so sorry! If you're really interested, feel free to give me an email and I can send the file to you directly :)

  16. beautysnippets, on July 3rd, 2011 at 5:56 am said:

    Very helpfulp post/video :) Learnt so many new things!

  17. samchughtai, on January 20th, 2012 at 6:12 am said:

    just started writing a blog it was much needed keep them coming good luck :)

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