I’m excited to announce that my new Photoshop 2020 Essential Training: Photography course is now available on LinkedIn Learning and Lynda.com. Whether you’re an experienced creative pro or just starting on your creative journey, learning how to use Photoshop is the best investment you can make in your work!
I’m excited to announce that my new Photoshop 2020 Essential Training: Basics course is now available on LinkedIn Learning and on Lynda.com. Whether you’re an experienced creative pro or just starting on your creative journey, learning how to use Photoshop is the best investment you can make in your work! In this course, you’ll quickly learn how to open and navigate documents, customize the Photoshop interface, and start editing your photos.
While I recently posted the video below on Curves for my 3, 2, 1, Photoshop series, I wasn’t able to fit all of the shortcuts within the 2:20 second time limit so I thought I would include them (below the video), in this post (plus, I know that some of you prefer to simply read the shortcuts rather than watch a video).
In this episode of “3, 2, 1, Photoshop!”, you’ll learn numerous ways to use the Curves Tool in Photoshop.
In this course, Julieanne Kost filters out the noise and complexity for you so that you’ll end up empowered and able to quickly get the image results you want.
Photoshop’s default behavior is to add a layer mask whenever an adjustment layer is created.
Discover how easy it is to emulate traditional photographic techniques in this free video from Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Photography on Lynda.com.
Discover new features and enhancements made to Artboards including new background color properties and easier duplication of layers and layer groups, Adjustment layer support for Looks and Fill layer support for Patterns created in Capture CC, read-only Library Collaboration, and new export options for embedding color profiles and additional Artboard improvements.
One of the lesser understood features in Photoshop is the Gradient Map Adjustment Layer. This is unfortunate because it is really useful for creating richly colored, yet subtly toned image effects including mimicking traditional cross processed looks.