Photoshop Basics Series Class 5: Going Beyond Photos in Photoshop

Dan LeFebvre

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18 Lessons (2h 14m)
    • 1. Class introduction

      1:39
    • 2. Type tool

      7:55
    • 3. Area type tool

      5:49
    • 4. Using the pen tool

      5:52
    • 5. Mini project: Using the pen tool to create selections

      11:23
    • 6. Creating shapes

      9:44
    • 7. Editing existing shapes

      5:48
    • 8. Work paths

      5:31
    • 9. Aligning shapes

      5:15
    • 10. Mini project: Adding text along a path

      14:23
    • 11. Working with video in Photoshop

      13:20
    • 12. Fixing the video project files

      6:37
    • 13. Overview of Photoshop's 3D workspace

      7:48
    • 14. Editing a 3D object in Photoshop

      12:41
    • 15. CC libraries in Photoshop

      5:54
    • 16. Installing new fonts

      5:57
    • 17. Updating and reverting Photoshop versions

      7:23
    • 18. Bonus: Getting the project files for this class

      1:19

About This Class

Up until this point in the series, we’ve focused on all the tools that let us do what Photoshop does best—editing photos and images.

But, even though it’s called Photoshop, there’s so much more you can do in this powerful program. We’ll start our journey in this class by learning all about Photoshop’s vector tools—shapes, paths, type and so on. Then we’ll learn how we can work with video inside of Photoshop as well as how we can work with 3D in Photoshop. Along the way we’ll learn some practical tips & tricks to understand the limitations of both features and when we might want to work in Photoshop or when we might want to look elsewhere.

And then we’ll wrap up this class by learning about some of Adobe’s Creative Cloud features as they relate to Photoshop.

After all, these are features you’re already paying for with your Creative Cloud subscription so you might as well take advantage of them!