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How I Save My Images in Photoshop

If you’re confused about which settings to use when saving your images, you’ve come to the right place! In this tutorial, I’ll show you how I save my images in Photoshop after I finish editing them.

Each of my photos actually gets saved three different ways. One to save my work, one for printing, and one for web use. So, in this video, I’ll walk you through all three.

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