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Old 07-29-2007, 08:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A post I made on a previous thread got me to thinking about how other people have their Photoshop set up and why.

Here's a screenshot of my setup


This setup keeps my toolbars from floating over my scrollbars or valuable editing space.

Also, because I don't use Actions and History nearly as much as Layers and Channels I keep them tucked away in the drop downs until I need them.

Anyone else want to share their Photoshop layout?
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Here's my setup. Since I tend to use a lot of tools, I like to keep them all in front of me. Also, since I use dual 22" Samsung LCD monitors, I have plenty of desktop space.

All my email and browser programs are located on another computer, networked to my main server ... and located on a third monitor mounted above these two LCDs. That way I can send email, surf the web or run other programs while Photoshop is rendering a big image ... or while I'm rendering transition effects in video footage.

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...I use dual 22" Samsung LCD monitors...another computer, networked to my main server...a third monitor mounted above these two LCDs.
I take it you aren't married or have kids? Given your setup I couldn't see me trying to afford the hardware you have, not with a wife and daughter! LOL
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My God, Marty...just stick a dagger in my heart! it's bad enough you post all these beautiful models that you get in front of your camera, but to complete the Coup d' Grace, you get to work with the computer setup made in heaven! O.K., i'm gonna' retire to the corner and cry in my coffee...LOL
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My God, Marty...just stick a dagger in my heart! it's bad enough you post all these beautiful models that you get in front of your camera, but to complete the Coup d' Grace, you get to work with the computer setup made in heaven! O.K., i'm gonna' retire to the corner and cry in my coffee...LOL
Gimme a break. LOL I shoot with the same models that all the other photographers in this area shoot with. The only reason some of the models might look hot is all that computer equipment I use to help me "enhance" their beauty. Without my computers, most of my models would just look ... well, uh ... ok, they'd still look hot, but maybe not as hot! LOL

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A post I made on a previous thread got me to thinking about how other people have their Photoshop set up and why.

Here's a screenshot of my setup


This setup keeps my toolbars from floating over my scrollbars or valuable editing space.

Also, because I don't use Actions and History nearly as much as Layers and Channels I keep them tucked away in the drop downs until I need them.

Anyone else want to share their Photoshop layout?
hey if you don't like the scroll bars simple pres F to change the layout of photoshop to "full screen" then you just pan with the space bar. I have no particular layout mostly its like yours but with photoshop maximized and in "full screen" the tool bar is in the same place and I have the actions on the top right side then layers and after that history.
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