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December 4, 2014 /Learn /Photography /

Digital Imaging: Two-minute Tutorials for Beginners

Wanting to learn more about digital photography? Our photography tutorials are a great place to start.

Some very basic two-minute tutorials for novice photographers who are just getting started with photo editing, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop CC. If you’re a total beginner and just want to learn a few really basic skills, check these out:

PhotoTuts_1Photography: Where to start
Editing, organizing, and sharing photos through Lightroom and Photoshop CC desktop and mobile photography applications.


PhotoTuts_2Go retro: Convert to B & W
Create stunning black & white photos from your color photos with Lightroom presets, and fine-tune the look further with easy-to-use adjustment sliders.


PhotoTuts_3Crop and level
Fix tilted photos with alignment guides and crop them for picture-perfect results in Lightroom.


PhotoTuts_4Create a panorama
Take photos from Lightroom into Photoshop CC and stitch them into a seamless panorama; save it and continue to edit, print, and share through social media within Lightroom.


PhotoTuts_5Remove that object
Seamlessly erase objects from photos with content-aware fill in Photoshop CC.


PhotoTuts_6Fearless photo edits
Experiment fearlessly with your photos in Lightroom: fix a photo or change your mind; apply an editing preset with one click; reset to your original at any time.


PhotoTuts_7Straighten up!
Correct distorted horizontal or vertical perspectives in photos with the Upright feature in Lightroom.


PhotoTuts_8Add words to your picture
Learn how to add text to a photo in Photoshop CC and then style and position it.


PhotoTuts_9Edit photos on the go
Crop images, apply presets to create unique effects, and share photos with Lightroom mobile.


And, for anyone who hasn’t tried the latest version of Adobe Photoshop CC… Give it a try for 30 days. Free.

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  • By Maureen Coffey - 3:28 PM on December 5, 2014  

    Would you consider adding something on the vexing issues of depth of focus/focus depth in the same vein?

  • By Mihai Pintilie - 6:24 AM on December 7, 2014  

    Just discovered this blog and the tutorials, great resources put at photographers’ hands. For example, the ease of creating panoramas let me breathless after watching the video.