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The Power of presets in Photoshop

Preset adjustments in photoshop for photography
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Preset adjustments in photoshop for photography.

Sometimes we dive right in and look to learn the really hard stuff in photoshop. We overlook the simple stuff that is preset for us. In this course we professionals will take a step back to see shat is preset and ready to go for us.

In this course you will learn how to use the basic settings to make your photos pop with authority. You will have a workflow that is effortless and make you look like a pro within a few clicks in very little time.

You will will be able to get through this course in no time and be on your way to showing off your awesome photos right after you finish this course.

The things that keep is from good to great is the simple stuff. Look at this as a refresher or a new beginning to improving yourself. This is a very completive game, don't let the easiest things effect your day performance.

Who is the target audience?
  • Photographers
  • Retoucher's
  • Designers
  • Developers
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What Will I Learn?
Understanding with Photoshop has to offer
Understanding photography
Retouching photos
Editing photos quickly
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  • Any version of Photoshop
Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 19 Lectures Collapse All 19 Lectures 01:19:56
Adjustment layers from the top
5 Lectures 23:43

It's all about understanding and knowing what tools to use and where they are.

Let's set up our tools

Brightness And Contrast is a tool that will make your photos pop!

Brightness and contrast

The Levels tool is great let me show you how to use it.

Preview 05:23

We will show you how to serve the curves.

Curves adjustment

Let me expose you to the exposure tool in Photoshop CC

Exposure adjustments
Second, from the top
7 Lectures 27:44

I love working in black and white, let me show you how its done.

Preview 04:45

Make sure your images are very vibrant to make those images come alive.

Vibrance adjustment

In this lecture we ill break down everything you need to know about Hue And Saturation

Hue and saturation

This is one of the most overlooked tools in photoshop.

Color balance

The photo filter is a awesome tool in Photoshop

Photo filter

The Channel mixer is a tool that will help you adjust to selecting things in Photoshop.

Channel Mixer

Have you ever need to look up a color?

Color look up
Auto adjustments
3 Lectures 06:28

Auto Tone can be used on every photo.

Auto tone

Auto contrast is a great way to make those images pop out!

Auto contrast

Make sure your colors are not washed out.

Auto color
Nondestructive Adjustments
4 Lectures 22:01

Make sure your images are nice and bright!

Bright and Contrast Nondestructive

Watch out for those curves =)

Curves Nondestructive

It is very import and to be Nondestructive while using Photoshop.

Levels Nondestructive

The end.

Every great thing must End
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Coffee and serious dedication have kept me going over the past few years. I am always looking to learn more and more. I am constantly sharpening and developing my skills by using tools like Udemy. You can always learn from others in your field. That’s why a website like Udemy has been needed for a very long time. It’s useful for connecting with other people who share your skill and learning from them.

Be aware of all of the resources out there that can help you with your skill and don’t be afraid to try something new. I learned a lot on Udemy but once I took the leap of faith to use Dreamweaver I haven’t looked back. Now I don’t have to write too much code because the program does a lot of the work for me. As for Photoshop, I learnt 95 per cent of my skills from Udemy.

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