Practical Photoshop : How To Make Your Photos Look Great Premium class

Dawid Tuminski, www.dawidtuminski.com

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23 Videos (1h 31m)
    • Practical Photoshop - Promo Video

      1:09
    • Introduction

      2:58
    • Design Challenge

      1:00
    • 1.Practical Adobe Photoshop - Understanding the interface

      2:55
    • 2.Practical Photoshop - Panel and Control Panel

      4:05
    • 3.Practical Photoshop - Interface best pracitces and shortcuts

      6:54
    • 4.Practical Photoshop - Opening Images

      2:03
    • 5.Practical Photoshop - Placing images

      4:29
    • 6.Practical Photoshop - Understanding Layers

      5:51
    • 7.Practical Photoshop - Transforming Images

      7:41
    • 8.Practical Photoshop - How to Use the Canvas

      5:48
    • 9.Practical Photoshop - How To Use the Crop Tool

      3:33
    • 10.Practical Photoshop - Let's make the tree look better

      2:49
    • 11.Practical Photoshop- Let the Cropping Continue

      4:26
    • 12.Practical Photoshop - How to Straighten the Leaning Tower of Piza

      2:59
    • 13.Practical Photoshop - Let's Sum Up the Cropping

      2:30
    • 14.Practical Photoshop - Making a Photo Look Great

      9:05
    • 15.Practical Photoshop - Correcting The Colors

      3:44
    • 16.Practical Photoshop - Vintage Effect Technique #1

      4:06
    • 17.Practical Photoshop - Vintage Effect Technique #1

      5:10
    • 18.Practical Photoshop - Design Challenge Resolved

      3:29
    • 19.Practical Photoshop - Design Challenge - Saving an Image

      3:42
    • 20.Practical PHotoshop Thanks for taking the class

      0:25

About This Class

I have had considerable Photoshop experience so I was concerned this might be too basic but I was wrong. Dawid has a way of finding value in every lesson regardless of your skill level when you start. I absolutely can't wait for the rest of this series.

How can you eat an elephant?

Bite by bite.

Photoshop is a huge program and learning it can be long and hard.

But what if you could eat it bite by bite, learning only what’s practical about it and see immediate results of your efforts?

With this course it is absolutely possible, because it is all about learning the practical Photoshop.

Take a look at just a fraction of great Photoshop knowledge you will find inside:

  • How to use Photoshop’s interface and not get a headache from looking at it.
  • How to quickly get the photos in the same size for you family album or for your next business presentation
  • How to make your photo look awesome in just a few easy steps.

This course is an opportunity for you to see what you can achieve with the program in just a few minutes.

You can finally make your photos look fantastic with some simple techniques, without any prior Photoshop knowledge.

This course was created with those in mind who:

  • have ever wanted to learn Photoshop but felt overwhelmed by it
  • have ever started learning it, but finally gave up, because they didn’t see the results of their efforts
  • prefer to start with the most practical aspects of Photoshop that are easy to learn and give fast results

So enroll in the course and finally make your photos look great!

See you inside.

Dawid

PS If you like the class, please submit your review and class project.  It will help other students, just like you interested in topic I teach, in finding my classes. Thanks!

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I have had considerable Photoshop experience so I was concerned this might be too basic but I was wrong. Dawid has a way of finding value in every lesson regardless of your skill level when you start. I absolutely can't wait for the rest of this series.
Sara Cameron-Ragazzo

Graphic designer who never stops learning.

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Dawid Tuminski

www.dawidtuminski.com

I've been using graphical software for many years now and I've recently decided to share my knowledge with others and I always try to do it in a straight-to-the-point kind of way with a touch of entertainment.

To tell you the truth I never thought of taking up a career as a teacher of any kind. In fact, I was always reluctant to agree with people, who always encouraged me to teach, saying: You should be a teacher!

But here I am and I am really enjoying it!

At first I started learning Photoshop. Then it was Illustrator and logo design principles. I kind of stuck with these two programs for a few years to eventually start learning web development through Dreamweaver and Wordpress.

My decision to start teaching was based on the quality of trainings and tutorials I saw and participated in. I thought to myself: Man. I really could do this better!

So here I am now, online on Skillshare and offline, in my home city.