Photoshop Tutorial : How to Make Your Portfolio Using Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop is a registered trademark
of Adobe Systems Incorporated. I am in no way affiliated with Adobe. Hi, I’m Steve Anthony.
I’m a photographer and digital retouching artist here in New York City. In this clip
we’re going to talk about how to make your portfolio using Photoshop. It really couldn’t
be simpler, they’ve done it all for you. Basically go to your file, automate, PDF presentation.
And go into your source files browse and just select the picture that you’d like – the pictures
that you’d like to include in your portfolio. I’m just randomly choosing some snapshots
and just demonstration shots, just to give you an idea of what we’re talking about. I mean this is plenty to give you an idea.
And you can – there are all sorts of different adjustments that you can make. You can set
it up to look exactly like you want it to look. In this case I’m going to leave everything
as it is, select save. I’m going to save it in my documents, I’m just going to call it
Portfolio. Helps when you spell it right, it’s easier to find later that way. Click
save and then just allow it to – I would just use the existing presets. You can change them
to your own tastes, experiment, find out what you like. Click save PDF, and watch it go,
and basically it’s just taking these pictures and putting them together in a PDF. And when
it’s all done
it looks a little something like…this. And as you can see all of the pictures have been
assembled into a portfolio. And again, you can make this as simple or as complicated
as you like. I’m Steve Anthony, and this has been how to make your portfolio using Photoshop.

11 Replies to “Photoshop Tutorial : How to Make Your Portfolio Using Photoshop

  1. Should you optimize your images before making the PDF, or can you make adjustments to the file size in Acrobat?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *