· SAVING A PHOTOSHOP IMAGE
You can save your image in Photoshop’s native format. This format enables you to retain multiple layers in your image, if it has them.
- Click on The File menu will appears.
- Click on If the file has yet to be named and saved, the Save as dialog box appears.
- Click the down arrow button and choose a folder in which to save the image file.
- Click the down arrow button and select the Photoshop file format.
- Name the image file.
Photoshop automatically assigns .psd extension.
If you would like to save a copy of the file and keep the existing file open, click the check box of As a Copy.
If you would like to merge the multiple layers of your image into one layer, click Layer check box.
- Click on Save.
Photoshop saves the image file.
Saving An Image For Use In Another Application
You can save your image in a format that can be opened and used in other imaging or page layout application. TIFF (tagged Image File Format) and EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) are standard printing formats that are supported by many application on both Windows and Macintosh platform. BMP (bitmap) is popular Windows image format, and PICT is a popular Macintosh image format.
Saving A Jpeg For The Web
You can save a file in the GIF (Join Photographic Experts Group) format and publish it on the Web. JPEG is the preferred file format for saving photographic image.
Saving A Gif For The Web
You can save a file in the GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) and publish it on the Web. GIF format is good for saving illustrations that have a lot of solid color.