Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Photography
Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Photography is an Beginner level study on Photography, created by an expert, Julieanne Kost. This study is an important base for a person who needs to get better at his/her Photography skills. It gives you a strong understanding on Masking + Compositing, Photography, Raw Processing, Retouching, Photoshop, Masking + Compositing, Photography, Raw Processing, Retouching and Photoshop.
Whether you’re an experienced photographer or someone who has just recently purchased a camera, learning how to use Photoshop is the best investment you can make to get the most out of your photographs. In Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Photography, Julieanne Kost focuses on Photoshop’s most powerful features and techniques specifically for photographers, with the goal of removing technical barriers so you can master the technology, start creating as soon as possible, and quickly get the results you want.
Photoshop CC picks up where Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom leave off, and is loaded with tools and features that can help take your photography to the next level. This course demonstrates the most efficient and nondestructive ways to perform essential editing tasks, including retouching, color and tonal correction, compositing multiple photographs, and adding creative effects—all while maintaining the highest-quality images. Along the way, you will learn the secrets of features such as layers, Smart Objects, adjustment layers, blend modes, fill layers, filters, layer masks, and painting as well as master other features that make Photoshop the most popular and powerful image-editing software on the market.
- Making creative changes with adjustment layers
- Adding color and gradients with fill layers
- Retouching portraits
- Combining (aka compositing) multiple images
- Working with Smart Objects
- Applying corrective and artistic filters
- Painting with Photoshop
- Adding text and watermarks to photos
- Using artboards and libraries
- Exporting and sharing images from Photoshop