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TK Actions Quick Tip

March 30, 2018

As many of you know, I’ve been collaborating with Sean Bagshaw for many years on luminosity masks and Photoshop extension panels. He not only feeds me ideas for improved ways to use pixel-based masks, but his videos have also been instrumental in explaining these techniques to the photo community.

Now that TKActions V6 is complete, Sean is planning to restart his Quick Tip series on how to use the new panel. This will provide a great opportunity to watch an expert using the V6 panel, to get a more in depth look at its many functions, and to pick up some creative ideas for developing images in Photoshop.

I’ll be featuring Sean’s videos on this blog and providing some commentary on the techniques, but you might also want to subscribe to Sean’s YouTube channel. That way you can get notified of the other videos that he regularly publishes. He’s got a really nice teaching style that provides a lot of information and is also easy to follow.

His first V6 panel Quick Tip is below and looks at his favorite new features. It’s less than 5 minutes long and gives you an idea of what’s coming.

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  1. March 30, 2018 3:23 pm

    I have a question. I bought TK V6 but am still using V5 because I only use one monitor. How does one use the newer version with only one screen. I like to keep my TK panel open all the time, and V6 is too large for me to do that.

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    • March 30, 2018 3:33 pm

      The V6 is designed to take up less than half the space of the V5. Sean Bagshaw shows you how to do that in this video: https://youtu.be/sWtAtfk9us4

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      • March 30, 2018 6:45 pm

        Thank you Tony…I’ve been way too busy to try learning something new, but when I installed it, it seems like it was larger, and I had trouble finding my usual edits. When my craziness is over (couple of months), I’ll settle down and really learn it! I love your creations!!!

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