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10 Steps to Mastering the Photoshop Workspace

Steve Weinrebe, Photographer, Author, Instructor

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10 Videos (13m)
    • Step 1 - Introduction

      1:03
    • Step 2 - Workspace Color

      1:11
    • Step 3 - Zooming and Panning

      1:07
    • Step 4 - 2-Up Views

      1:02
    • Step 5 - The Power of Undo

      0:54
    • Step 6 - Working with History

      1:47
    • Step 7 - The Eyedropper Tool

      1:32
    • Step 8 - Quick Selection

      0:46
    • Step 9 - The Brush Tool

      2:05
    • Step 10 - Menus Everywhere

      1:45

About This Class

10 steps to getting to know the Photoshop workspace. Learn your way around the most powerful image editor on the planet. New to Photoshop? In just a few minutes you will be able to get up and running.  In this 10 lesson orientation for beginners you will learn:

  • The basic elements of the Photoshop workspace
  • How to change the color of your workspace
  • How to zoom and pan in your images
  • How to arrange multiple images on your screen for a 2-Up view
  • How to use multiple Undos and History
  • How to make selections and masks
  • How to sample color with the Eyedropper
  • How to use the Quick Selection tool
  • How to use the Brush tool and brushes
  • How to explore Photoshop's contextual menus

When you start up Photoshop do you feel like a deer in the headlights? This is the perfect quick orientation to know what you are looking at when you launch Photoshop, and how to set up Photoshop to begin your image editing project, so that you can start using Photoshop like a pro.

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Steve Weinrebe

Photographer, Author, Instructor

Steve has been teaching photography for over 25 years, drawing on his professional background as a widely published advertising and corporate photographer. Author of 2 books on photography and Adobe Photoshop, Steve loves demystifying the art of photography for enthusiastic students. Steve is a Certified Technical Trainer, Adobe Community Professional, and has won a Videographer Award for video-based training. On the part-time faculty of three photography schools, when not teaching Steve can ...

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