Posts Tagged "bentley"

Using Align – Distribute in Adobe Photoshop CS5

Here is a video on using the Align – Distribute tools in Adobe Photoshop CS5. These are great techniques to use when you need to layout a canvas with multiple image openings to arrange them with an even space between each image. This is also an easy way to lay out signature lines for a …Read more »


This Professional Photographer Can’t Live Without It

I was recently asked in the context of photography what was the one thing that I could not live without. As I thought about it, I realized that it would be very difficult to narrow this down to just one item. In actuality there were several different areas that in each, there was a piece …Read more »


Photo Processing Using Adobe Image Processor for Image Batch Resizing

H&H’s Professional Photo Lab shows you how to use Adobe Bridge and Adobe Image Processor to quickly and automatically resize and optionally watermark a single file or an entire group of print quality image files for web applications. Learn more about professional photo processing from our photo lab today!


Photo Processing: Applying Logos and Watermarks in Photoshop Parts 1 & 2

Here at the photo lab, I continually get questions regarding applying logos and watermarks in Photoshop and it is a lot easier than you might think! I put together this easy 4 part tutorial on getting that real professional look without a lot of hassles or technospeak. Parts 1 & 2 take you through creating …Read more »


Photo Lab Video Blog: Photoshop CS4 on MAC

I’ve been using a Mac for about a year now.  Although I love it, there are times that I think, “Why does this look so different compared to the same application on a PC?”  Bentley helps us out today with a quick tip about the Photoshop application on a Mac: See what our Photography Lab …Read more »


Photo Lab Video Blog: eZSuite Print Size Preferences

Bentley offers another quick video tip.  This time, he shows you how to organize the print sizes listed in eZSuite. Get your organized images to our photo lab for printing!


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