Retouch a photo for design layout
As a graphic designer, I've found Photoshop skills to be key to the success of my projects. Sometimes I am fortunate enough to work with an amazing photographer whose work is ready to be used. However, more often than not, I receive photos and realize they could use a good deal of editing before I place them in my layout. Rather than see a good layout suffer, I have learned how to harness the power of Photoshop to transform ordinary photos into amazing portraits.
Who The Class Is For
Whether you are a graphic designer, photographer, student, blogger, or hobbyist, this class will provide you with the skills to edit portraits professionally. The skills covered in this class are typically aquired over several years of professionial practice. The goal of this class is to enable you to avoid a long learning curve and equip you with powerful and practical photo editing skills today.
What We'll Cover
In this class I'll introduce you to the core tools and features you'll need to know for photo editing. Specifically, we'll cover how to:
This Class is Project-Based
You'll apply the skills you're learning to a project of your very own. Take a headshot, your yearbook picture or a real photo you're trying to edit for your portfolio or website and make it 10x more appealing.
Here is an example of a Photoshop transformation you'll soon be able to do yourself!
Ty Wilkins is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Austin, Texas. He is internationally acclaimed for his work with brands including Target, Cheerios, Odwalla, Pepsi, The North ...
Awesome class! I had little to no background with photoshop and I'm much more comfortable doing touchups.