Adobe Photoshop

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Adobe Photoshop is a software application for image editing and photo retouching for use on Windows or MacOS computers. Photoshop offers users the ability to create, improve, or otherwise edit images, artwork, and illustrations. Changing backgrounds, simulating a real-life painting, or creating an another view of the universe are all possible with Adobe Photoshop. It is the most widely used software tool for photo editing, image manipulation, and retouching for numerous image and video file formats. The tools within Photoshop make it possible to edit both separate images as well as large batches of photos. There are quite a few versions of Photoshop, including Photoshop CC, Photoshop Elements, and Photoshop Lightroom.

Main Features

  • Connected to Behance
  • Smart Sharpen
  • Generator technology
  • Save to Cloud
  • Custom Path Color and Width
  • Color and Luminance Range Masking
  • Better Brush Organization

WHY LEARNING ADOBE PHOTOSHOP IS SO IMPORTANT?

  • Helps You Become Graphic Designer
  • Helps Revamp Old Images
  • Blend Images and Texts Aesthetically

Starting Course

After Intro

1
Getting Acquainted with Photoshop

1.1. Palettes and the Palette Well

1.2. Creating Custom Workspaces

1.3. Opening Images

1.4. Using the File Browser

1.5. Image Magnification

1.6. Viewing Document Information

1.7. Moving the Image

1.8. Undoing Mistakes and The History Palette

1.9. Displaying Drawing Guides

1.10. Making Measurements

1.11. Adding Annotations

2
Basic Image Manipulation

2.1. Bitmap Images

2.2. Vector Images

2.3. Image Size and Resolution Settings

2.4. Scanning Images

2.5. Creating New Images

2.6. Placing Files

3
Color Basics

3.1. Color Modes and Models

3.2. Color Mode Conversion

3.3. Previewing Color Differences Between Operating Systems

3.4. Color Management

3.5. Foreground and Background Colors

3.6. Using the Color Picker

3.7. Selecting Colors with the Color Palette

3.8. Selecting Colors with the Eyedropper Tool

3.9. Selecting Colors with the Swatches Palette 

4
Painting Tools

4.1. Painting Tools

4.2. The Brush Tool

4.3. Blending Modes

4.4. The Pencil Tool

4.5. The Eraser Tool

4.6. The Magic Eraser Tool

4.7. The Background Eraser ToolUsing the Art History Brush

4.8. Using the History Brush 


5
Brush Settings

5.1. Using the Brushes Palette

5.2. Creating Custom Brush Tips by Selection

5.3. Creating Custom Brush Tips in the Brushes Palette

5.4. Setting Shape Dynamics

5.5. Setting Brush Scattering

5.6. Setting Brush Texture

5.7. Setting Dual Brushes

5.8. Setting Color Dynamics

5.9. Setting Other Dynamics

5.10. Miscellaneous Brush Settings

5.11. Clearing Brush Settings

5.12. Saving a Customized Brush

5.13. Saving a Customized Brush Library 


6
Making Selections

6.1. Selection Basics

6.2. Making Pixel Selections

6.3. The Marquee Tools

6.4. The Lasso Tools

6.5. The Magic Wand Tool

6.6. Selecting by Color Range

6.7. Adjusting Pixel Selections

6.8. The Extract Command

6.9. Copying and Pasting Pixel Selections

6.10. Saving and Loading Selections

7
Filling and Stroking

7.1. Applying Fills

7.2. Using the Paint Bucket Tool

7.3. Using the Gradient Tool

7.4. Using the Gradient Editor

7.5. Using Patterns

7.6. Using the Pattern Maker

7.7. Stroking

8
Layers

8.1. Using Layers and Layer Sets

8.2. Creating Layers and Layer Sets

8.3. Stacking and Linking Layers

8.4. Moving Layer Content with the Move Tool

8.5. Locking Layers

8.6. Common Layer Management Tasks

8.7. Merging and Flattening Layers 

9
Advanced LayersLayer Styles

9.1. Adjustment Layers and Fill Layers

9.2. Masking Layers

9.3. Creating Clipping Groups

9.4. Creating Knockouts 

10
Drawing

11.1. Raster vs. Vector

11.2. Shape Layers and Shape Options

11.3. Using the Shape Tools

11.4. Using the Pen Tools

11.5. Using the Anchor Point Tools

11.6. Using the Paths Palette

11.7. Working with Paths 

11
Text

10.1. Text Basics

10.2. Entering Text

10.3. Selecting Text

10.4. Editing the Bounding Box

10.5. Creating a Type Selection

10.6. Applying Effects to Type Layers

10.7. Using the Character Palette

10.8. Checking for Spelling Errors

10.9. Using the Paragraph Palette


12
Manipulating Images
15 mins

13.1. Changing the Canvas Size

13.2. Rotating and Flipping Images

13.3. Cropping Images

13.4. The Free Transform Command

13.5. The Smudge Tool

13.6. Blurring and Sharpening Images

13.7. Using the Dodge Tool and the Burn ToolThe Sponge Tool

13.8. Filters and The Filter Gallery

13.9. The Liquify Command

13.10. The Clone Stamp Tool

13.11. The Pattern Stamp Tool

13.12. The Healing Brush Tool

13.13. The Patch Tool

13.14. The Color Replacement Tool 


13
Using Channels and Masking

12.1. Using the Channels Palette

12.2. Using Channels

12.3. Spot Colors

12.4. Blending Channels and Layers

12.5. Masks

12.6. Using Alpha Channels 

Can I download Photoshop for free? The short answer is: yes – in a way. Photoshop is a paid-for image-editing program, but you can download a free trial of Photoshop for both Windows and macOS from Adobe.
Adobe Photoshop Elements is best for both novices and serious photographers who want to easily edit images and/or look to acquire Photoshop-like skills.

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Enrolled: 35 students
Duration: 10 hours
Lectures: 13
Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced

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Monday 9:30 am - 7.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 7.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 7.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 7.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 7.00 pm
Saturday 9:30 am - 7.00 pm
Sunday Closed