9. Saving and Sharing Photos

You’ve removed color cast and fixed red eye, cropped and rotated, fixed the lighting and added effects. What now? You almost certainly want to save the improved image, probably with a new file name. And then? You can print it, share it on your website or Photoshop.com, combine it with other photos in an album for the web or on a CD, purchase professional prints, load it onto a digital picture frame, or create more complex projects such as calendars and photo books. Really, there’s no reason to just keep your favorite photos on your hard drive, where you look at them every now and again. Good photos are meant to be seen!

Saving edited images

I hope you’ve been saving your work as you go, but once ...

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