Happy Friday, everybody! One quick thing, then Photoshop time!
I’m going back to Cali…
I’m teaching my Lightroom seminar on Monday in LA, Wednesday in San Francisco, and Friday in Seattle. It’s not too late to come out and join me. :) Sunday night I’m doing a talk at the Canon Experience Center in Costa Mesa. It’s gonna be a busy week!
Photoshop Buried Treasure Time
I’ve got another in my series on Photoshop Buried Treasure, and this one is about two little known “Recently Used” menus — one for recently used brushes and one for recently used color swatches. Best of all, it’s all automatic (you just need to know where to look).
If you open the Brush Presets panel (under the Window menu); if you look at the top the panel, you’ll see the last seven brushes you’ve used appear across the top of the panel (as seen above).
Same thing with the color Swatches panel (also found under the Window menu); it puts your last 13 color swatches right across the top of the panel (seen circled above).
Kinda hidden, but kinda handy! :)
We’re only a week in, and things are jumpin!!! Here’s a quick look at some stats, as of yesterday:
> We have 856 Leaders approved for walks
> We have nearly 400 Photowalks up and active
> 66 Leaders have created walks, but haven’t released them publically yet
That’s an awesome start for Week One (can’t believe we already have 400 Photo Walks up and running — that is outstanding! Way to go everybody!
I have just four openings left for my Photo Walk in Lisbon, Portugal. :)
Find a walk near you right now, and come join us Saturday, Oct 7th, 2017 all over the world.
Have a great weekend, everybody and we’ll catch ya back here on Monday. :)
P.S. I’m excited to announce we’ve added family and newborn photographer (and KelbyOne Instructor), Tracy Sweeney to the Photoshop World Conference 2018 Instructor Roster. She is absolutely awesome (and a favorite with KelbyOne members). She is gonna rock it! :)
Love me a hidden treasure. I also love being one of the 66 Photowalks already up and running with only 34 spots left this early in the game. I have a great subject for 50 photographers to shoot that will also have them feeling good about themselves at the end of the day.