Photographers and graphics designers—including professionals, hobbyists, enthusiasts, and students—use Photoshop to edit and refine their work. In this course, Deke McClelland takes you on a personalized tour of the basic tools and techniques you can use to make great images and graphics. Deke shows you how to open images from multiple sources, crop and straighten images, navigate panels and menus, and customize preferences. He guides you through how to edit images by adjusting brightness and contrast, correcting color, and retouching portraits. He demonstrates how to use layers to mask parts of an image and make composite artwork. He also covers formatting text, printing, preparing web graphics, and more.
Navigating through Photoshop menus
Changing image size and resolution
Cropping and straightening images
Working with layers
Saving your progress
Adjusting brightness and contrast
Using the Quick Mask mode
Using Camera Raw
Creating web graphics show more No sub-Tutorials exists in this Tutorial.
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