Do you find Photoshop confusing, overwhelming and difficult to navigate?
Have you always wanted to edit photos, make graphics and use Photoshop with ease?
Do you want to take your images from mediocre to stellar?
To do the things mentioned above isn’t difficult.
A little guided tour to show us what we need to do can greatly help.
You’re in for a lovely treat, my friends!
Today’s post is the first post in a series entitled Photoshop 101 where I’ll be sharing how to use Photoshop via screencast videos.
I realize that there are many online editing programs online… but nothing compares to Photoshop.
It is the gold standard editing program and has stood the test of digital time.
I can say with surety that once you use it, you will never look at any other editing programs.
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Here are a few questions you might be asking…
What Adobe product will I need?
I’ll be using the Creative Cloud Photography Package.
Simply download the program and install it on your computer.
Who is this class for?
PS101 is for all Christian Creatives.
If I’m not a Christian, can I still join?
Absolutely! You are more than welcome to join us!
What images will we be using to edit?
We will be using non attributive images from Unsplash.
Unsplash is a wonderful site that allows the public to download, edit and alter images without attribution.
We’ll also be using some of my personal images.
Where will this info be posted?
All screencasts will be posted here on the Embracing the Lovely Blog.
When will Photoshop 101 start and how often will screencasts be posted?
For now, I don’t have a set schedule and I will be posting whenever I can.
Here’s the overview! I do hope you enjoy!!!
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