Photoshop CC 2015 One-on-One: Fundamentals

Photoshop CC 2015 One-on-One: Fundamentals

Photoshop CC 2015 One-on-One: Fundamentals is an Beginner level tutorial on Photography, compiled by the creator, Deke McClelland. This tutorial is an absolute foundation for a person who needs to sharpen his/her Photography skills. It provides you a thorough grip on Photography, Retouching, Photoshop, Photography, Retouching and Photoshop.

Free Download - Photoshop CC 2015 One-on-One: Fundamentals
Author Deke McClelland
Publish Date 8/14/2015
Skill Beginner
Duration 14h 54m
Topic Photography
Video Tutorials 188
Last Update 7/27/2016

Learn everything you need to know about Photoshop, in the order you need to know it, in this top-to-bottom overview of the world’s most powerful image editing software, Adobe Photoshop. With all new movies and all new exercise files, Deke McClelland’s flagship One-on-One series is completely refreshed for Photoshop CC 2015. In this Fundamentals installment, the first of three, Deke takes you on a personalized tour of the basic tools and techniques that lie behind great images and graphic design, while keeping you up to speed with the newest features offered in Creative Cloud.

Learn to open images from multiple sources, crop and straighten images, navigate panels and menus, and work with layers—the feature that allows you to mask parts of an image, combine effects, and composite artwork. Deke shows you how to perform important editing tasks, adjusting brightness and contrast, correcting color, and retouching and healing portraits. He also reviews formatting text, printing, and preparing web graphics in Photoshop.

Check back every time Photoshop updates for new movies, new feature reviews, and new ways to work.

Topics include:

  • Opening images
  • Zooming in and out
  • Understanding image size and resolution
  • Upsampling and downsampling
  • Cropping nondestructively
  • Straightening a crooked image
  • Creating new layers
  • Working with clipping masks, opacity, and blend modes
  • Scaling and rotating layers
  • Saving your work
  • Adjusting brightness and contrast
  • Applying dynamic adjustment layers
  • Correcting color casts
  • Recoloring artwork
  • Working with Quick Mask mode
  • Retouching portraits
  • Nondestructive dodging and burning
  • Developing raw images in Camera Raw
  • Creating and formatting text
  • Printing images
  • Saving images for the web

Photoshop CC 2015 One-on-One: Fundamentals : Video Lessons

  • Welcome to One-on-One2m 57s
  • New Photoshop Interface: November, 20155m 43s
  • How it all starts33s
  • Opening an image from the Windows desktop6m 26s
  • Opening an image from the Macintosh Finder6m 53s
  • Opening an image from Photoshop or Bridge7m 2s
  • Opening an image in Camera Raw5m 42s
  • Closing one image, or all at once5m 12s
  • Navigating your image29s
  • Zooming in and out5m 48s
  • Using the more precise Zoom tool6m 29s
  • Zooming continuously5m 37s
  • Entering a custom zoom value4m 24s
  • Scrolling (aka panning)2m 45s
  • A few top-secret scrolling tricks4m 8s
  • Switching between open images5m 8s
  • Rotating and resetting the view4m 3s
  • Cycling between screen modes4m 20s
  • Using the Navigator panel5m 23s
  • Panels and workspaces7m 34s
  • Updating a workspace2m 49s
  • A few very important preferences7m 49s
  • Reassigning Spotlight (Mac only)3m 28s
  • Digital imaging fundamentals1m 18s
  • Image size and resolution5m 21s
  • Introducing the Image Size command7m 37s
  • Common resolution standards6m 57s
  • Upsampling vs. real high-resolution data7m 10s
  • Changing the print resolution7m 15s
  • Downsampling for print4m 28s
  • Downsampling for email and photo sharing8m 30s
  • The six interpolation settings6m 5s
  • Some practical downsampling advice5m 27s
  • Upsampling with Preserve Details5m 36s
  • Honing in on your image1m 30s
  • Using the Crop tool3m 18s
  • Cropping nondestructively5m 11s
  • Rotating and other Crop tool tricks7m 12s
  • Straightening a crooked image4m 58s
  • Filling in missing background details5m 1s
  • Using the Perspective Crop tool2m 26s
  • The new Content-Aware Crop2m 22s
  • The layered composition1m 25s
  • Introducing the Layers panel5m 44s
  • Converting the flat background into a layer4m 59s
  • Customizing the transparency checkerboard3m 14s
  • Turning a color photo black and white5m 30s
  • Creating a silhouette with Brightness/Contrast4m 4s
  • Creating a new layer and painting on it6m 7s
  • Simple tricks for painting with the Brush tool4m 37s
  • Distinguishing black from non-black pixels7m 51s
  • Moving an image from one document to another4m 33s
  • Expanding the canvas to contain a new layer5m 49s
  • Employing a clipping mask3m 40s
  • Working with opacity and blend modes8m 7s
  • Three ways to duplicate a layer4m 17s
  • Scale, rotate, and layer masks5m 27s
  • Filling a selection with color6m 48s
  • The art of saving58s
  • Four essential things to know about saving7m 15s
  • Saving layers to the native PSD format6m 18s
  • Saving a flat print image to TIFF4m 14s
  • Saving an interactive image to PNG5m 41s
  • Saving a flat photograph to JPEG5m 57s
  • Luminance and its relationship to color1m 46s
  • How luminance works5m 18s
  • The three Auto commands4m 45s
  • Automatic Brightness/Contrast6m 12s
  • Custom Brightness/Contrast4m 6s
  • Applying a dynamic adjustment layer5m 57s
  • Adjustment layer tips and tricks5m 7s
  • Isolating an adjustment with a layer mask4m 39s
  • Introducing the Histogram4m 40s
  • Putting the Histogram to use5m 48s
  • Reducing contrast with Shadows/Highlights5m 12s
  • Color resides in the eyes of the beholder1m 22s
  • Identifying the color cast of a photo4m 19s
  • Correcting a color cast automatically5m 16s
  • Manually adjusting colors with Color Balance5m 41s
  • Tipping a color cast with Photo Filter4m 57s
  • Correcting color cast in Camera Raw4m 40s
  • Adjusting color intensity with Vibrance4m 51s
  • Introducing Hue/Saturation7m 6s
  • Summoning colors where none exist4m 11s
  • Making even more color with Vibrance3m 24s
  • Creating a quick-and-dirty sepia-tone effect4m 20s
  • Your own personal color chart1m 31s
  • Photoshop's power of selection57s
  • Using the geometric Marquee tools7m 6s
  • Painting with the Quick Selection tool5m
  • Add, subtract, and intersect selections5m 48s
  • Turning a selection into a layer mask6m 49s
  • Aligning a layer to a selection5m 54s
  • Working with the Magic Wand tool5m 48s
  • Saving and loading selections6m 25s
  • Refining the quality of a selection5m 20s
  • Adding clouds to your composition4m 35s
  • Enhancing the drama of your scene5m 56s
  • Conquering the Quick Selection tool6m 31s
  • Using each of the three Lasso tools7m 18s
  • Drawing a freeform shadow with the Lasso4m 35s
  • Colorizing a layer with Color Overlay2m 22s
  • Painting selections1m 41s
  • Combining the best of the selection tools6m 35s
  • Introducing the Quick Mask mode6m 44s
  • The fastest way to save a selection2m 57s
  • Gauging the quality of a selection7m 38s
  • Painting adjustments with the Brush tool6m 16s
  • Adding motion blur with the Smudge tool5m 47s
  • Reversing a mask with Invert4m 26s
  • Applying a special-effects filter5m 39s
  • Smoothing a badly stroked edge4m 54s
  • Selecting all the black lines5m 27s
  • Expanding and contracting a selection4m 56s
  • Your best face forward1m 13s
  • Correcting very bad colors5m 6s
  • Cloning and Content-Aware tools7m 12s
  • A closer look at Content-Aware cloning6m 34s
  • Painting with the Spot Healing Brush5m 28s
  • Healing Brush tips and tricks7m 8s
  • Shift-clicking to heal in straight lines6m 24s
  • Using the standard Healing Brush5m 50s
  • Flipping and rotating the source data6m 20s
  • Using the Dodge and Burn tools6m 44s
  • Whitening teeth with the Sponge tool5m 34s
  • Reshaping details with the Liquify filter3m 53s
  • Selectively recoloring details5m 19s
  • Smoothing skin textures with blur6m 24s
  • Nondestructive dodging and burning7m 17s
  • Photoshop's most powerful plugin1m 12s
  • Applying Camera Raw as a Filter6m 45s
  • Nondestructive Camera Raw4m 55s
  • Handling a Camera Raw image in Photoshop5m 36s
  • Capturing raw images and converting to DNG2m 49s
  • Opening and developing a raw photograph6m 7s
  • Opening and editing multiple images5m 9s
  • Highlights, Shadows, Whites, and Blacks6m 24s
  • Clarity and chromatic aberration7m 12s
  • HSL and the Targeted Adjustment tool7m 7s
  • Using the Spot Removal tool7m 5s
  • Cleaning up with the Patch tool3m 36s
  • Photoshop's vector-based type1m 19s
  • Creating and scaling a line of type7m 59s
  • Formatting type from the options bar5m 55s
  • Formatting type from the Character panel6m 42s
  • Finding the perfect font7m 10s
  • Type size and script fonts5m 29s
  • Creating and editing paragraph text5m 9s
  • Adjusting leading and paragraph spacing5m 50s
  • Setting the antialiasing for very small text3m 47s
  • Aligning one layer to another3m 24s
  • Creating text along a circle5m 15s
  • Find a character with the Glyphs panel4m 41s
  • Double-stroking a circle3m 37s
  • Creating a stressed cancellation mark4m 38s
  • Print from RGB, not CMYK3m 10s
  • Using my customizable printer test file4m 36s
  • Print, size, and position6m 30s
  • Using printer-specific options on the PC8m 4s
  • Using printer-specific options on the Mac4m 57s
  • Brightening your image for print6m 40s
  • Description and printing marks4m 47s
  • Establishing a borderless bleed4m 8s
  • Previewing an image at print size4m 44s
  • Images on the "Wild Wild Web"1m 45s
  • Assigning copyright and contact info4m 19s
  • How color works on the web5m 1s
  • Introducing the old-school Save for Web5m 25s
  • Saving a full-color PNG image4m 59s
  • Saving a graphic as a 8-bit GIF or PNG6m 16s
  • Using the new Quick Export command3m 23s
  • Exporting vector-based layers to SVG3m 39s
  • Exporting multiple layers and groups6m 37s
  • The new and improved export command6m 15s
  • Stroking translucent text7m 25s
  • Until next time1m 18s

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