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Photoshop Introduction - What & How

A free video tutorial from Manfred Werner
Photographer, Retoucher and Photoshop Instructor
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Photoshop Introduction - What & How

Lecture description

Photoshop What and How?

An image editing software developed and manufactured by Adobe Systems Inc. Photoshop is considered one of the leaders in photo editing software.

The software allows users to manipulate, crop, resize, and correct color on digital photos. The software is particularly popular amongst professional photographers and graphic designers.

So all in all Photoshop is a photo editing software that we as photographers use to alter, enhance, Manipulate or create unthinkable Images

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Photoshop Master Course: From Beginner to Photoshop Pro

This Adobe Photoshop Beginner Course will teach a Beginner Photoshop user all essentials of Adobe Photoshop CC

12:13:04 of on-demand video • Updated July 2020

What Photoshop is & how to get into it!
This course is perfect for beginners "Never used photoshop before"
Customize the programs layout & feel comfortable
Understand all photoshop basics & tools
Understand layers & it's panels
Understand masks & how to use them
Understand adjustment layers how to use them
Working with the pen tool, liquify & puppet warp tool
Understand setting color profiles, save PSD files & web files
Working with brush tool, the clone stamp tool & healing brush
Understand cutting objects out, fixing skin & manipulation
... and much, much more!
English
Woke up to the first lesson of the once and half of Photoshop beginners so in the first lesson what to cover what is Photoshop and what type of Photoshop version do you need as a beginner. So I guess most of you already know what Photoshop is but for those who don't. Here's a more technical explanation. First up is an image editing software developed and manufactured by dope's systems includes Photoshop is considered one of the leaders in Photoshop editing software. The software allows users to manipulate trub resize and correct colors on digital photos. The software is particularly popular among photographers and graphic design. So all in all Photoshop is a photo editing software that we photographers. Graphic design is used to enhance trades manipulate or create really remarkable images. So let's start talking about what type of Photoshop version do you as a beginner really need when starting out with Photoshop. First ask yourself these four questions. Will I use Photoshop for my business. Will I use Photoshop for my hobby. Will I use Photoshop on a daily basis and do I really need photoshop Creative Cloud. Now that you have answered these four questions take a look at the different versions and the price is keeping in mind your position and what type of Photoshop version you really need. Let me brief you on the different Photoshop versions. Photoshop C is for the Forth version of Photoshop. Not so good to start out with cheap but hard to come by and very outdated. I wouldn't recommend this version. Photoshop C is fine. The fifth version of Photoshop. Ok to start with. It's cheap but hard to come by and I'll state it as well so I wouldn't recommend this unless you really have a version and you are a beginner. Photoshop C6 the sixth version of Photoshop. Good to start out with the price lying around 250 U.S. still available from a few online stores. Research this little bit on Google to find your local store. Also I would recommend this if you're a hobbyist or beginner for a shop see CC 15 to 16 the latest Photoshop version number 7 coming out with regular updates and it's also a monthly subscription plan of 1999 with regular updates. This Photoshop version is a cloud based system and you can read up more about this. All of the details are adopted come or choose a plan and create if it does not come with the plans. I would definitely recommend this version if this is for your business and if you use photoshop on a daily basis. A little side note here. Photoshop is available for all operating systems meaning Windows operating system and Macintosh. So this is all for the first lesson on photoshop. What and how. Why not move over to the second lesson we start discussing the photoshop layout right away on the desktop