Welcome to PSKiss Outdoor Photography Toolkit Installation Guide.

Photoshop CC 2015 (and higher) Installation:

  • Download the ZXPInstaller that fits you OS (Windows or Macintosh) and install it on your computer
  • Unzip the file PSKiss Outdoor Photography Toolkit 2014.zip

Quit Photoshop if it is running.

  • Launch the ZXPInstaller
  • Drag the file  “pskiss-outdoor-toolkit-2014.zxp” to the ZXPInstaller window:
  • When the installation is finished, you’ll see this window:
  • Now, launch Photoshop CC 2015 and start working.

Installing the toolkit – CS6 and CC (up to 2014) – Macintosh and Windows XP

  1. Quit Photoshop if it is running
  2. Extract the .zip file you downloaded from PSKiss Shop
  3. Double-click on the file named “PSkiss Outdoor Toolkit.zxp” (the word “DEMO” is added to the Free Demo version). Windows 7  users, see special notice
  4. This will launch Adobe Extensions Manager (CS6 or CC according to your PS version). Click “Accept”
     
  5. Quit the Extensions Manager and launch Photoshop

Installing the toolkit – Windows 7

  1. Quit Photoshop if it is running
  2. Extract the .zip file you downloaded from PSKiss Shop
  3. Click the Start Menu > Programs.
  4. Locate “Adobe Extension Manager (CS6 or CC according to your PS version)”
  5. Right click on it, choose “Run As Administrator” and Approve it
  6. In the Extension Manager’s window click “Install”, locate the folder you extracted in step 1
  7. Select the file named “PSkiss Outdoor Toolkit.zxp” and click on the “Select” button
  8. Click “Accept” and the panel is installed:
     
  9. Quit the Extensions Manager and launch Photoshop

How to open PSKiss Outdoor Toolkit Panel in Photoshop

Go to Window > Extensions and choose “PSKiss Outdoor Toolkit” (the word “Free” is added to the Free Demo version)

Now you are ready to work on your outdoor photos:

Special Note:
If you get this warning when installing your Toolkit, please ignore it. It is an internal issue of the Adobe Extension Manager.
Our products are perfectly safe to use:

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See the Outdoor Photography Toolkit QuickStart Guide – Here

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