[MULTI] Fundamentals of Photoshop Getting Started with the Interface, Tools, and Layers Photoshop I

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[MULTI] Fundamentals of Photoshop Getting Started with the Interface, Tools, and Layers Photoshop I
Fundamentals of Photoshop: Getting Started with the Interface, Tools, and Layers Photoshop I (HD)
Duration: 1hr 16m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 451 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English



Welcome to the first lesson in this five-part series of Photoshop classes. Throughout this series we'll cover everything you need to know to become a Photoshop pro. Knowing how to use Photoshop is an incredibly useful skill and is commonly used by anyone from photographers to graphic designers and illustrats. It is such a robust program that can be extremely overwhelming. I'll do my best to make you feel comftable while I teach you the ins and outs.
What You'll Learn
In this class (Photoshop I) you'll learn the fundamentals of Photoshop's interface. I'll help to show you exactly what you're dealing with when you first launch Photoshop. Topics in this class include:
Resolution. We'll learn what resolution is and what it means. Together, we'll take a look at various compositions and devices and learn the standard resolution size f those fmats. I'll give a special emphasis on resolution sizes f web and mobile, as those dimensions are always very specific.
Photoshop Wkspaces. We'll open Photoshop together and take a peek around to see what's going on under the Photoshop hood. I'll show you exactly what you're looking at so that you feel comftable as we move fward.
Tools and the Photoshop Toolbar. I'll briefly show you the handiest of tools and give you a few toolbar tips and tricks along the way. We'll study tool options and bonus surprises that each tool has.
Photoshop ShiChuang. There are so many Photohop ShiChuang that it's hard to know which ones you'll need. I'll show you around the default ShiChuang, which are generally the most imptant, and tell you how they wk. We'll specifically learn about the col window, the type ShiChuang, the layers window, and a few others.
Layers. Layers are such an imptant part of Photoshop. I'll show you everything you need to know about layers to become a Photoshop pro. We'll create layers, duplicate layers, and get them all ganized into groups! It may bing, but if you're an ganization fiend like I am...you'll love it.
Saving Files and File Types. There are a lot of ways to save your Photoshop files. I'll do my best to show you the most imptant ways to do so. We'll learn what exactly a PSD file is. How to save PDFs in Photoshop and the various image types that you can save to.
Adjusting your Canvas Size. Your Photoshop canvas is like a window into the soul of your project. And it can be quite frustrating when the size of your canvas is holding you back. I'll show you how to adjust your canvas size most effectively and let you know when the right time to adjust the size of your canvas is.
The Zoom Tool. I'll show you the quick n' dirty tips and tricks of the zoom tool and how to zoom most effectively.
Best File Naming Practices. Knowing how to name your files is incredibly imptant if you want to keep them ganized. It's easy to haphazardly name your files and not be able to find them again. I'll show you my favite methods f naming my files and ganizing them into folders.

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