Photoshop CS6 205: Photo Retouching and Adjustment – 1. Welcome


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Photoshop CS6 205: Photo Retouching and Adjustment by Dan Moughamian
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This course starts with a strong foundation demonstrating how to customize Photoshops key settings, menus and keyboard shortcuts specifically for photographic workflows. Here, those new to Photoshop will gain valuable insights into some important concepts such as color mode, color spaces, profiles, and bit depth before diving into Photoshop’s powerful retouching features.

Next, youll learn how to leverage some of Photoshops most powerful tools and filters! You will see how easy it can be to accurately refine the detail, color, and composition in your photos, using popular tools like the Healing Brushes, Patch tool, Blend Modes and the new Blur Gallery. Dan also reviews the topmethods for making and refining selections, as well as how tomagically remove unwanted objectsfrom your photos. Thenyou will takes these strategies to the next level, as you learn how toharness Photoshops super powerfulamazing Content Aware functionality. Youll learn how to effortlessly scale, move and patch images with this new intelligent algorithm to create seamless edits of even the trickiest photos.

Dan brings it all together by demonstrating themost usefulAdjustment Layers and Smart Filters for photographers. He demonstrates how to get your photos to look exactly the way you remember themBEFORE capturing them.You will see how easy it can be with Photoshop, to make the digital version of your scene, look just how you remember it! Youll evenlearn how to heighten reality by creating fun Tilt-Shift effects, flattening perspectives with the new Adapative Wide Angle filter, adjusting and replacing colors,and even applying popular HDR effects to your photos!

Build your advanced photo retouching and adjustment skills by watching all the advanced courses in our growing Adobe Photoshop CS6 collection.
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