Photoshop for the iPad First Look

Photoshop for the iPad First Look

Photoshop for the iPad First Look is an Beginner level course on Business, compiled by an expert, Tony Harmer. This course is an important step for a person who needs to get better at his/her Business expertise. It provides you a strong understanding on Business, Design Techniques, Masking + Compositing, Design, Photography, iPhone, iPod, iPad and Photoshop.

Free Download - Photoshop for the iPad First Look
Author Tony Harmer
Publish Date 11/4/2019
Skill Beginner
Duration 1h 19m
Topic Business
Video Tutorials 28
Last Update N/A

The world has been waiting—and Photoshop for the iPad is finally here. Get a first look at this brand-new Adobe app. This first version of Photoshop on the iPad has the essential features of the desktop application, including layers, masks, selections, blend modes, and brushes. One of the coolest features is Cloud Documents, which allow you to sync changes across the desktop and the iPad so you can work with the same files between devices. In this course, Adobe Certified Instructor Tony Harmer helps you get up and running with the features of this initial release, including working with the touch-based interface, managing layers, making adjustments, retouching, compositing, and exporting and sharing your work directly from the iPad.

Topics include:

  • Opening a document
  • Exploring the interface
  • Making selections
  • Working on masks
  • Creating layers and layer groups
  • Adding adjustment layers
  • Retouching images
  • Using blending modes
  • Compositing
  • Exporting from Photoshop for the iPad

Photoshop for the iPad First Look : Video Lessons

  • Photoshop on the iPad51s
  • Cloud documents2m 38s
  • Launching Photoshop on iPad3m 44s
  • Opening a document2m 48s
  • The Photoshop on iPad interface3m 52s
  • The touch shortcut2m 8s
  • Making simple selections5m 5s
  • Using other selection tools5m 1s
  • Working on masks3m 53s
  • Working with layers2m 26s
  • Adding a new image layer3m 54s
  • Creating layer groups2m 19s
  • CC Libraries1m 57s
  • Clipping a layer1m 37s
  • Merging and flattening layers2m 53s
  • Adding a clipped adjustment2m 9s
  • Adding an adjustment layer1m 41s
  • Cropping a document1m 37s
  • Using the Spot Healing Brush3m 11s
  • Using the Clone Stamp3m 43s
  • Using blending modes4m 6s
  • Fresco and Photoshop on iPad3m 23s
  • Painting and color5m 43s
  • Adding a text layer2m 11s
  • Merging and transforming a layer1m 47s
  • Adding a gradient2m 45s
  • Export from Photoshop on iPad1m 16s
  • Watch this space45s

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  • Photoshop on the iPad - A first look and How to Get Started
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  • Photoshop for iPad hands-on: an exclusive look
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  • DateTime : 2018-10-15 13:57:46
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