Adobe Photoshop Fundamentals

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Adobe Photoshop Fundamentals

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Course Syllabus

Chapter 1

Getting Started

Chapter 2


  • 3. How to Use Layers in Adobe Photoshop CC (9:56)
  • 4. Basic Navigation & How to Combine Images in Photoshop (7:37)
  • Layers - Quiz
Chapter 3

Color & Adjustment Layers

  • 5. How to Fix an Image Using Levels in Photoshop CC (4:03)
  • 6. How to Enhance Colors in Photoshop Using Vibrance (3:28)
  • 7. How to Change the Color of Something in Photoshop Using Hue (2:52)
  • 8. How to Change Just One Color in Adobe Photoshop CC (1:57)
  • 9. How to Make an Image Black & White in Photoshop CC (4:35)
  • 10. How to Add a Gradient to an Image & Text in Photoshop (10:56)
  • Color & Adjustment Layers - Quiz
Chapter 4


  • 11. Creating a Specific Sized Document Adobe Photoshop CC (4:11)
  • 12. How to Draw Star Square Circle Shape in Photoshop CC (12:00)
  • 13. Stealing Colors & Adobe Color Themes (6:39)
  • Shapes - Quiz
Chapter 5


  • 14. How to Create Text in Adobe Photoshop CC (8:09)
  • 15. How to Warp Text in Adobe Photoshop CC (1:57)
  • 16. How to Get Text to Follow a Line or Circle in Photoshop (13:03)
  • Text - Quiz
Chapter 6

Layer Styles

  • 17. How to Add a Line Around the Outside of Type in Photoshop (8:17)
  • 18. How to a Bevel or Emboss to Text in Photoshop CC (2:19)
  • 19. How to Add a Drop Shadow to Text in Photoshop CC (3:03)
  • 20. Presenting your Photoshop Work for your Portfolio (6:35)
  • 21. Project 1 - Creating your own Postcard (4:30)
Chapter 7


  • 22. How to Crop an Image in Adobe Photoshop CC (3:40)
  • 23. How to Crop an Image for a Frame in Adobe Photoshop CC (6:11)
  • 24. How to Straighten the Horizon Line Using Photoshop CC (1:55)
Chapter 8

Selections & Masking

  • 25. How to Copy from One Image to Another in Photoshop CC (6:20)
  • 26. How to Crop Images Inside of Text (9:35)
  • 27. How to Remove the Background in Adobe Photoshop CC (10:11)
  • 28. Class Project - Quick Select Tool (0:37)
  • 29. How to put Text Behind a Person in Adobe Photoshop CC (7:01)
  • 30. How to Create a Layer Mask in Adobe Photoshop CC (4:47)
  • 31. Class Project - Cut a Person out & put them into Another Image in Photoshop (8:57)
  • 32. How to Blend Fade one Image into Another in Photoshop CC (4:36)
  • 33. How to Weave Text in and out of a Photoshop Image (3:18)
  • 34. How to Select Hair in Adobe Photoshop CC (16:23)
  • 35. Class Project - Selecting Hair (1:22)
  • 36. How to Select Things with Straight Edges in Adobe Photoshop CC (3:41)
  • 37. How to get Text to Interact with Ink & Plants in Photoshop CC (13:14)
  • 38. Class Project - Text & Image Interaction (1:41)
  • Selection & Masking - Quiz
Chapter 9


  • 39. How to Add Filters & Effects in Adobe Photoshop (4:13)
  • 40. How to Turn an Image into a Painting in Adobe Photoshop (3:13)
  • 41. Class Project – Oil Painting (0:31)
  • 42. How to Create the Dotted Halftone Poster Effect in Photoshop (6:41)
  • 43. Class exercise - Halftone (0:23)
  • 44. How to fake Realistic Motion Blur in Adobe Photoshop CC (4:28)
  • 45. The Lens Flare Right of Passage in Adobe Photoshop (3:31)
  • Filters - Quiz
Chapter 10

Smart Objects

  • 46. What is a Smart Object in Adobe Photoshop CC (9:03)
Chapter 11

Transform & Distort

  • 47. How to Bend a Logo onto an Image Realistically in Photoshop (7:49)
  • 48. How to make a Sky Peeling like Fabric Revealing Background in Photoshop (3:13)
  • 49. Class Project - Peeling Sky (0:49)
  • 50. How to Shrink Body Parts in Adobe Photoshop CC Using Liquify (5:45)
  • 51. How to Create Dripping Paint Text Effect in Photoshop CC (9:17)
  • 52. Class Project - Drippy Paint Text (0:52)
Chapter 12


  • 53. How to Remove People & Text from a Picture in Photoshop (6:56)
  • 54. Use Google Images to find your Image Before Retouching (2:38)
  • 55. How to Remove Red Eye from Photographs in Photoshop (0:54)
  • 56. How to Retouch Skin in Adobe Photoshop CC (5:22)
  • 57. Class Project - Retouching (0:47)
  • 58. Enhancing Eyes in Adobe Photoshop CC (6:46)
  • 59. How to Fix Teeth in Adobe Photoshop CC (4:32)
  • Retouching
Chapter 13

Blending Modes

  • 60. How to Instantly Remove the White Background of a Logo in Photoshop (4:15)
  • 61. Using Blending Modes as Color Accents in Photoshop (7:10)
  • 62. How to put Images Inside a Bottle Using Photoshop (15:13)
  • 63. Class Project - Boat in a Bottle (2:16)
Chapter 14

Visual Styles

  • 64. How to Create the Spotify Duotone Effect in Adobe Photoshop (5:43)
  • 65. Class Project - Duotones (0:21)
  • 66. How to Create the 3D Glasses Anaglyph Effect in Adobe Photoshop (6:14)
  • 67. Class Project - Anaglyph Effect (0:36)
  • 68. How to Create a Vintage Instagram Matte Photo in Photoshop (8:40)
  • 69. Class Project - Vintage Matte Photo (0:50)
  • 70. How to Create the Paper Cut Effect in Adobe Photoshop CC (12:06)
  • 71. Class Project - Paper Cut Effect (0:31)
Chapter 15


  • 72. How to Use an Artboard in Adobe Photoshop CC (20:13)
Chapter 16

Color Modes & Resolution

  • 73. What is the Difference Between RGB and CMYK in Adobe Photoshop CC (7:12)
  • 74. How do you Change the Resolution to 300dpi in Photoshop CC (10:38)
  • Color Modes & Resulotion - Quiz
Chapter 17


  • 75. Basic Introduction to Using a Wacom Tablet with Photoshop (12:22)
  • 76. How to Create Splatter Paint Effects in Adobe Photoshop CC (8:11)
  • 77. Class Project - Ink Splats (0:55)
  • 78. How to Create Dripping Paint Ink Effect in Photoshop (6:46)
  • 79. Class Project - Dripping Paint Brush (0:56)
  • 80. How to Create Smoke with an Image Inside it using Photoshop CC (5:50)
  • 81. Class Project - Smoke Effect (1:03)
Chapter 18


  • 82. How to Make a Long Vector Hard Shadow in Photoshop (5:25)
  • 83. How to Cast a Realistic Shadow on the Ground in Photoshop (7:16)
  • 84. Bending or Curved Shadow Under an Image in Photoshop (3:33)
Chapter 19


  • 85. How to Export Images from Photoshop for Print Web & Social Media (10:18)
Chapter 20

What Next

  • 86. What Next after your Photoshop Essentials Class (1:15)
Chapter 21

Final Quiz

  • Final Quiz

Course Description

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  • time 8.0 Hours

In this course, you'll learn everything you need to know about getting started with Photoshop. This course is for beginners, without any required knowledge of Photoshop, photography, or design. It starts from the very beginning and works its way up, step by step. Whether you have never opened Photoshop before or you would like to review the basics, take this course to learn how to make beautiful images using Photoshop.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Adobe Photoshop?

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