Touch lessons are behind us already, which have taught us
to carry out some basic picture adjustments and then save them in
PS Touch’s own gallery.
for example, the blue rose we made last time, which can be automatically
loaded from the gallery when you open the software. Saving a picture
in the gallery is offered automatically in PS Touch before you exit,
but if you have finished adjusting a photo and you’d like to save
it, you can also do it by using Done icon in the
If you click on
Done icon, a small window appears showing three options.
First, you can
save the image in Photoshop gallery (Save),
second, you can save it under another name (Save As),
which is useful if you made new changes and don’t want to overwrite
the previous version. Third, you can cancel the save command (Don’t
Save). After using any of the three buttons you’ll get back
to the software’s own gallery, where you can browse among the previews
of all the modified pictures.
What if you want
to save in the external picture gallery of the telephone or tablet,
or even if you want to share on the internet?
There are options
for these too, in the internal picture gallery. Before importing into
an external gallery, click on the spur wheel icon in the top left
corner. Here you can set the size of the imported photo (Image
Import), which is 3 megapixels by default but can be 10 even.
The icon next to
it will open a menu, which helps you create a new importing gallery
that you can name whatever you like (Create Folder).
Saving or loading
the pictures can be done with the help of the bottom three icons.
The first one pens the online cloud services of Adobe Creative
Cloud. The second opens a new picture from an external source,
let it be taken freshly by the camera of your phone even. The third
is a pool of importing commands.
Touch the third
icon to be offered the following three options:
to Creative Cloud: The ready photos listed above can be loaded
to their web-based place in Adobe Cloud (if they have such a place).
to Gallery: The selected ready photos can be exported into
an external picture gallery.
The selected pictures can be shared through one of the online file
sharing sites (or another cloud service).
Touch any of these
and a window appears at the bottom where you can select the imported
picture format. If saving in Adobe Creative Cloud,
it can be Photoshop Touch's own .PSDX format, or
in other cases JPEG or PNG file
the format, now select the photo(s) you want to import. Simply touch
them, and the software will regard them as selected.
Importing can be
launched with the bottom right OK button, which will
also show the number of the selected pictures.