Photoshop CC is an application with endless possibilities. If you're looking for quick and easy ways to speed up your productivity by learning lesser known secrets and tips, then this course is for you. Topics from performance to editing are covered.
Need to become more productive in Photoshop? In this course, Photoshop CC Tips & Tricks, you will learn how to increase your productivity by mastering unique tips and tricks. First, you will learn how to optimize Photoshop's performance. Next, you will discover tricks to help you edit and composite images. Finally, you will explore simple productivity improvements. When you’re finished with this course, you will have an improved ability to work more efficiently inside of Adobe Photoshop. Software required: Adobe Photoshop CC.
Jesús Ramirez is a digital graphics expert, speaker, and educator specializing in Adobe Photoshop. He is an Adobe Community Professional, and a content creator for the Adobe Creative Cloud Blog. Jesús is best known as the founder of the Photoshop Training Channel, one of the most popular Photoshop YouTube channels in the world.
Course Overview Hi, I'm Matthew Pizzi. I'm a director of technology curriculum here at Pluralsight, and today we're going to be covering some tips and tricks inside of Photoshop. I'm here with Jesus Ramirez. How are you doing, Jesus? I'm doing good, Matt. How are you? Good, thanks. So like I said, we're going to be talking about Photoshop, and we're going to give you some tips and tricks to become more efficient and productive inside the program. What are some of the things that we're going to be doing today, Jesus? Yeah, today I'm going to be showing you several tips, including how to remove difficult blemishes using the Spot Healing Brush tool. I'm going to show you how to create better composites using blending modes with groups, which is something that not all our people use. And I'm going to show you how to be more efficient by using Photoshop templates. Awesome. Yeah, so things like that are going to make people more productive and more efficient inside of Photoshop. I think what we should is get started by looking at the first tip.