Take a look at the new Creative Cloud learning resource. Here you can view hundreds of video tutorials presented by expert trainers from Adobe, Infinite Skills, Lynda.com, Kelby Training, Train Simple, and Peachpit.
Creative Cloud Learn is for users of all skill levels. When you need to get started with a new application, discover new features, or master the fundamentals of a Creative Cloud application, you’ll find hours of tutorials to help you improve your skills.
Learn how to get the most out of your images using this sharpening workflow.
How to sharpen photos in Photoshop
Watch the videos and follow along with the sample files as George Jardine guides you through the sharpening controls in Photoshop and Camera Raw. (The capture sharpening video applies to Lightroom also.)
With the new Camera Raw Filter in Photoshop, you can easily use all Camera Raw controls with non-raw photos, including JPEG, TIF and PSD files.
If you or someone you know is in the early stages of exploring Photoshop, there’s a new learning destination that’s worth a visit. Photoshop for Beginners is a sub-forum on Adobe.com that is tailor-made for newcomers to the powerful but complex software.
Ask any question in Photoshop for Beginners and you’ll receive an answer that emphasizes visuals — including video how-tos — and steers clear of unnecessary jargon.
Some popular web searches for Photoshop CS6 features occasionally come up empty. Over time, web crawlers will better target the best content. Until then, check out the following:
Want an overview of new Photoshop CS6 features, with links to detailed descriptions and third-party tutorials?
Check out Photoshop CS6 Help.
Tutorial Builder lets you quickly create tutorials that interact directly with Photoshop CS6 tools and commands. Your audience can view steps and control related Photoshop features either within the application itself, or from iPad tablets. (Tablet-based tutorials free up valuable screen real estate for images and workspaces.)
Watch an overview video and download Tutorial Builder.
By now, you’ve likely seen the many big-ticket improvements in Photoshop CS6, from video, to 3D, to seamless image recomposing and beyond. But did you know that CS6 includes over sixty “Just Do It!” features?
These so-called JDI’s cover a range of small, yet key enhancements that Photoshop users have long clamored for. To complete common tasks quicker, give this overview a look.