Fundamentals of Photoshop: Drawing, Layers, Masks, and Selections (Photoshop II)
Duration: 1hr 4m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 456 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Welcome to the second class in this five-part series of Photoshop classes. Throughout this series we'll cover everything you need to know to become a Photoshop pro. Knowing how to use Photoshop is an incredibly useful skill and is commonly used by anyone from photographers to graphic designers and illustrators. It is such a robust program that can be extremely overwhelming. I'll do my best to make you feel comfortable while I teach you the ins and outs.
What You'll Learn
In this class (Photoshop II) you'll learn advanced features working with layers and masks. I'll teach you some truly amazing things that you can do by adding effects and adjustments to those layers. Then it's on to masks, one of Photoshop's most impressive features. Topics covered in this class include:
Adjust and Style Layers. There are so many wonderful things that you can do with layers and we'll touch on some of the best ways to make your composition look awesome. We'll take a look at layer styles and adjustment layers. We'll also learn some other handy things like locking layers and flattening them.
Masks. Layer masks are probably the coolest and one of the most amazing things about Photoshop. I'll cover exactly what layer masks are, how they work, and why you want to use them. They're an advanced feature that is actually easy to learn. You'll be glad you did.
Selection Tools. We'll learn the difference between the regular old selection tool and the direct silection tool. I'll show you how to adjust images and shapes with these exciting tools.
Transform Tool for Shapes and Images. You can do a lot with the transform feature in Photoshop. Manipulating shapes and layers has never been more fun. We'll go over how to tranfsorm objects and enhance your work through resizing various elements.
Cropping. I'll show you guys how to use the crop tool and resize your canvas. If you've ever created a canvas in Photoshop and then changed your mind about the size, the cropping feature will be perfect for you.
Title: Fundamentals of Photoshop Drawing Layers Masks and Selections Photoshop II
Size: 437 MB | Format: rar