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Photoshop Introduction Zero to Hero in Photoshop

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acaa790918558fdc27b128c8091ce2b5.jpg [b] Photoshop Introduction: Zero to Hero in Photoshop [/b] Duration: 2h | Video: AVC (.MP4) 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch | 542 MB Genre: eLearning | Language: English Helpful introduction to Photoshop's panels, workspaces, navigation, file formats, layers, selections, masking, and more! What are the requirements? Students need a copy of Adobe Photoshop, preferably CC (Creative Cloud). The free trial would work as well. What am I going to get from this course? Over 24 lectures and 1 hour of content! Customize workspaces and work with panels. Create new documents with various settings and modes. Navigate and zoom in and out of documents using a variety of methods. Switch between screen modes. Work with multiple documents and arrange them using various methods. Describe various file types and modes. Crop and resize images using various settings. Use Bridge with Photoshop. Rearrange, group, and adjust settings of layers. Adjust layer blending modes. Create and apply a variety of adjustment layers. Create and apply various layer styles. Describe the various selection tools and apply them in various ways. Use the selection tools in conjunction with each other. Add to and subtract from selections. Modify and save selections. Describe how masking is better than erasing. Mask parts of layers using the brush tool. Add layer masks using selection tools. Apply a clipping mask to text. Create an high dynamic range effect using masking in a landscape photo. Use layer masking to create selective sharpening in a portrait photo. What is the target audience? This course is great for students who are new to, or beginners in, Photoshop. Many intermediate students might also learn from this course as well, for example, they might learn new keyboard shortcuts or about specific layering and masking techniques. Students who are considerd "experts" in Photoshop and know all shortcuts, layering techniques, and so on, will not benefit much from this course 7409461d53baf8ee6fe405f510a7faff.png [b]Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me[/b]
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