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Adobe Photoshop CC: The Basics

Jento Pieters

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5 Lessons (1h 44m)
    • 1. Photoshop CC Tutorial: The Basics

      21:07
    • 2. Photoshop CC Tutorial: Insert Text, Layer Style & Shortkeys

      19:01
    • 3. Photoshop CC Tutorial: Layers, Solids, 3D Text and Tips

      22:11
    • 4. Photoshop CC Tutorial: Color Corrections and Filters

      15:30
    • 5. Photoshop CC Tutorial: Advanced Tools

      25:55
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5 of 8 students recommend this class
Very well paced teaching. I am switching from Paint Shop Pro to Photoshop for work and this class got me off to a good understanding of some tool and usage basics.
This is a great free class for beginners or users interested in learning Photoshop from the first time you open the program. His tutorial begins by creating a new file, to learning tools, effects, downloads, filters, effects, etc. This is a valuable class because he doesn’t just highlight over the tools and effects with a brief note on when to use it, but he actually clicks on it and demonstrates what each tool/effect does in the program. This was a good refresher for me since I haven’t touched my Adobe Programs in a looong while. I’m running on CS4. Oof.