Learning Photoshop CS6 Video Tutorial - Gh50 Cedis

  • Published date: August 31, 2019
    • Accra, Gt. Accra, Ghana

LEARNING ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS6 TRAINING   In this Adobe Photoshop CS6 video training course expert author and trainer Andy Anderson introduces you to the basics of this graphics software from Adobe. Photoshop is a huge and complex program, but Andy breaks it down into bite-sized pieces that anyone, from beginner to more experienced users can understand and follow. This course is designed for a beginner, and no prior knowledge of Photoshop is assumed. This tutorial covers the essential features of Photoshop that everyone should be familiar with. Andy starts by taking you through the interface, including the preference setup. Once you are familiar with navigating and finding tools, you cover topics such as Adobe Bridge, Camera Raw, adjusting color, layers, blending, adjustments, the pen tool and paths, as well as dodging and burning. With over 13 hours in this software training video, you also go into detail with filters, manipulating images, selections, levels and curves, and so much more. By the conclusion of this video tutorial for Adobe Photoshop CS6, you will have a clear understanding of what Photoshop has to offer, and how you can use the available tools, and apply the demonstrated techniques to enhance your own images. Working files are included to allow you to practice alongside the author as he teaches you during this course.   Contents Include: 01.  Getting Started 02.  Photoshop CS6 Essentials 03.  Getting Started 04.  Viewing – Controlling Images 05.  Adobe Photoshop Bridge 06.  Working In The Camera Raw Plug-In 07.  Working In The World Of Color 08.  The Photoshop CS6 Layers Panel 09.  Photoshop Blending Modes 10.  Adjustment Layers 11.  Layer Styles 12.  Pen Tool And The Paths Panel 13.  Controlling Selective Portions Of An Image 14.  Going Retro With Grayscale 15.  Photoshop Filters 16.  Fixing And Manipulating Images 17.  Essentials Of Selection 18.  Working Smart With Actions 19.  The Basics Of Levels And Curves 20.  Working With The Brush Tools 21.  Working With Photoshop Type 22.  Outputting Photoshop Documents 23.  Conclusion      


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