Output

  • Gavin Cromhout
  • Julie Hatton
  • Martin Jacobsen
  • Adam Juniper
  • Vikas Shah

Abstract

Getting your work out of Photoshop is as simple, or as complicated, as you or your client wants to make it. For a start, you can simply save your Photoshop file in the standard PSD format, although even this can be slightly complicated thanks to Photoshop’s versioning (we’ll get to that). You can also output to a variety of other formats, or even to Photoshop’s own web graphics creation program ImageReady (which comes as part of the package). In this chapter, we cover the aspects of Photoshop that may not be especially exciting, but are important and necessary methods of getting your work from your screen to others via the web, to your printer, or a printing press.

Keywords

Editing Cyan Monopoly 

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© Apress 2003

Authors and Affiliations

  • Gavin Cromhout
  • Julie Hatton
  • Martin Jacobsen
  • Adam Juniper
  • Vikas Shah

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