Are you a student or design hobbyist who knows the bare basics of Photoshop, but wants to bring their work up a notch? Or, have you taken a class in Photoshop, but now need a little extra boost to feel comfortable taking on clients?
This is the course for you. Use my techniques to take on clients and turn a profit!
Photoshop is the world's most popular and powerful image editor. Don't let your skills get rusty! Make the most of the software with tried and true methods.
Quickly change your game using the five methods I will teach you.
Bring your work to the next level today.
This course can take you there. It will put a bag of design tricks in your pocket, useful both for amateurs with a hobby and freelancers seeking clients.
Each of the tutorials is in depth, and the relatively short course length is designed to give you the quick boost you need, without spending inordinate amounts of time exploring every option in the interface.
Texture can be created on type and shapes by finding your own unique image, and subtracting the RGB values. To do so, follow these three main steps:
There are some important guidelines to follow to make layers maximally organized and manageable.
To use frequency separation to retouch skin:
Bring up the Refine Edge dialog box to refine your selection.
Go to the Actions tab (or find it under Window > Actions) and record your edits to make a new action that Photoshop can repeat automatically. It is best to keep these actions relatively simple if you are going to apply them to many different images.
Having worked professionally as a graphic designer and later, as a documentary film videographer and editor, I am a digital media enthusiast.
I have used Photoshop to design professional Hollywood film pitch packages and impress freelance clients.
I developed my partiality for pixels while working at Hyperion Media Group in Los Angeles. I am proficient in Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, and DaVinci Resolve.
I hold a BA in Film and Media Production from Taylor University.