Do you waste too much time trying to locate the image you want for use in a Photoshop project? Do you find yourself sorting through folder after folder only to open the image and find that it is not what you were looking for?
Did you know that Adobe's Photoshop has all the tools you need to organize and manager your digital image files.
It is amazing how much time people can waste trying to find images because they are not familiar with the tools provided within Photoshop for organizing, managing and navigating images.
Photoshop makes it possible to not only view and sort your image files but also perform tasks such as creating new image folders, moving and deleting images, and renaming and rotating image files.
If you are still doing your digital image file management outside of Photoshop then you will be amazed at how easy these tasks can be in Photoshop without closing the application.
Photoshop also provides a snapshot of the specifications of each image including: the filename, date created, date modified, image format, height and width in pixels, as well as color mode and resolution information.
Another feature lets you see detailed data about an image file which is imported from your digital camera. This information will include ISO information, shooting mode, shutter speed and aperture as well as white balance data.
This data can be beneficial for documentation purposes or to help you in your study of exposure if you are an aspiring photographer.
Adobe Photoshop has it all covered even down to the management of your digital images. Because you can see thumbnail pictures of the images you are looking for you don't have to guess as to whether you are opening the right picture.
Stop wasting time looking for images and start spending more time creating stunning images and graphic designs.
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