In this series of expert-taught training course, we will learn how to
use Photoshop for daily photo-editing tasks. Topics covered include
working with the user interface and workspace, selections, image or
canvas size, colour modes, layers, text, filters, and the basic concept
of photo retouching and editing.
The basic level of the course is focused on the training for beginners who have very little or even no prior knowledge about Photoshop; while the advanced is for experienced users or junior designers who want to enhance their skills and streamline the workflow.
Pen and Path
are very good tools to set up accurate selections and draw pixel-perfect
shapes. For many Photoshoppers, however, these tools seem to be quite difficult
to work with. In this training course, we will explore the extreme versatile
features of the Pen tool, and help you to gain full control of it through a set
of real-world cases. We will then examine creating paths, curvature
modification and anchor point adjustments. Although the Pen tool is bit hard to
understand, you will find it actually really handy to use after the training!
Fixing is important
for digital photo editors and graphic designers, since there always can be defects
in photos, such as red eyes, over or under exposure, wrong white balance,
dusts, backlight, bad saturation, and many more. We will show you how to fix
these defects to enhance or even reconstruct your photos.
is another frequently-used technique among photo editors in post-production. It
is an ultimate way to bring your photos to a whole new level. We will talk
about some essential photo retouching techniques here, for example, how to
retouch a portrait or product, making them look their best while remaining
photo composition, it is a great way to show your creative ideas. By compositing
multiple images into a single, unified photograph, you can create almost any
visual you’d like to have. A good example of photo composition is the
photomontage. We will learn in this course many such techniques, and use them
to design posters, adverts, etc.
you the ability to hide a part of the layer. Channels help you to create
complicated selections and fine-tune your photos. They can significantly boost
your efficiency. We will explain how to create seamless textures, how to design
channel-based text effects and how to make complicated selections.
also use Photoshop’s build-in features to make simple, animated images or
motion graphs. Although it is not as powerful as Adobe Flash or Aftereffect,
you could still make many eye-catching animated effects, and it is especially
suitable for creating website banners. We will teach everything you need to
design an engaging animation.
has provided users a large filter library. With filters, you can easily add
textures, sharpen, blur or stylise images, and do so many more creative works.
focus on some of the most commonly used filters in this part, giving you a
general idea on how to work with filters.