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Let's Nail Photoshop SESSION 3: Selections and image editing

Let's Nail Photoshop SESSION 3: Selections and image editing

£5.00Price

THIS PRODUCT PROVIDES ACCESS TO THE RECORDED TALK FOR TWO WEEKS - YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO DOWNLOAD.

 

Six Sunday Sessions will see you oohing and aaaahing as Photoshop falls into place. Photoshop remains the industry standard for Photographers, Graphic Designers and Illustrators to create and edit images and artwork. It’s a huge application, overwhelming with its vast array of tools, panels and choices. So if you’d like to get the most from this application join us over six Sunday evenings in June and July, or just dip in to a couple and see what you can learn.

 

Celia Henderson LRPS is running a series of recorded workshops for Camversation on the basics (and quite a bit more) on how she uses Photoshop and will start right back at the beginning. She’ll provide some sample images for you to practice the techniques (or of course you can use your own) and at the end of each session will set some practice tasks for you to have a go at to embed your learning.

And if you like these basic workshops – get ready to sign up for the intermediate and advanced sessions coming in the Autumn.

 

SELECTIONS AND IMAGE EDITING

 

Photoshop really comes in to its own when you want to edit parts of an image. Selecting your subject and separating it from the background, removing distracting objects, brightening an area or reducing the brightness of somebody’s hat are all going to require you to make a selection of pixels.

 

How you approach this depends on which selection tool you use. In this session we will look at which selection tool to use, how they all work and differ, which ones are right for the job.

 

Another essential tool for all image editors is retouching and restoring – again which tool do you use to get rid of dust spots and telephone wires. We’ll have a look at all the different cloning techniques, spot healing and healing brushes and the Patch tool. Oh, and don’t forget the Content Aware fill, Content Aware scale and Content Aware Move tool – yes, they are all worth getting to know.

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