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Online Course: Adobe Photoshop 101 - Learn Photoshop Today
1.0 CEUs :: 10 Contact Hours :: Self-Paced :: Instructor Support :: 6 Month Subscription This course will teach you everything you need to know to make full use of the world's most popular graphics editing program -- Adobe Photoshop. Adobe Photoshop is a complex graphics and image editing software and paint program. If you've used Photoshop before, then this course may amaze you with all the improvements that have been made to the program. You'll discover how to... · Easily navigate Photoshop's interface to find what you need · Crop and resize images · Work with color to edit and manipulate images · Combine aspects of several images into one professional images · Work with layers · Paint using Photoshop's many tools · Add text to images · Create and use gradients · Use the new Content-Aware feature to remove objects from images without leaving an empty space – or making it look like the image was edited · How to select objects easier and better than ever before · And much, much more!
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This wiki is the repository for current iSchool tutorials. You may need additional software to view certain tutorials; the most common of these are a PDF Reader and a Flash player. Newer tutorials are HTML5, and also work on mobile devices! New Tutorials 30 Sites in 30 Minutes - Sandra Sweat, PurpleShirts (Spring 2015)MySQL Workbench- how to make an ER diagram-Kristin Sullivan (Spring 2015) Office365 on iOS Devices- Sarah Lundberg and Philip Jones (Spring 2015) Introduction to Rstudio- Shwetha Mallya (Spring 2015) Introduction to WordPress Sites at UT-Austin- Quinn Stewart (Spring 2015) Installing MySQL Workbench for PC and Mac -Kristin Sullivan (Fall 2014) Introduction to PHP - Madeleine Guy (Fall 2014)Poster Design & Printing Resources - Robert Newell, Franny Gaede, and Victoria Solomon (Spring 2013) Basic sound recording: Zoom H4N and Sony ICD-PX312 DVR's - Robert Newell (Fall 2012) Intro to iSchool & Facilities Email Email Migration General Computing Office Applications Smart Phones
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Free 13-hour Photoshop course for Beginners
September 13, 2013 inShare17 Do you have courses with images or photos that you wanted to edit to make them look better or relevant for your course? Captivate and Photoshop make a powerful combination to put that to work. Here is a free comprehensive 13-hour-course on Photoshop This will teach you the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, practical examples. You may also want to take a look at Dr.
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Making Selections With The Pen Tool In Photoshop
Written by Steve Patterson. When it comes to making selections in Photoshop, there's really two types of people - those who know how to use the Pen Tool, and those who struggle. Most people put off learning how to use the Pen Tool for as long as possible, while others never get around to learning it, believing it's just too confusing, too complicated, and just plain unnatural. Ultimately, their work in Photoshop suffers for it, since they're stuck relying on the Lasso Tool for just about everything they can't select with the Rectangular or Elliptical Marquee Tools. In this Adobe Photoshop tutorial, we're going to put an end to the suffering. We're going to learn just how easy it really is to make selections with the Pen Tool. Now, when I say "easy", I don't mean you're going to read this tutorial and be instantly transformed into a Pen Master. One of the great things about the Pen Tool is that it's not something that's exclusive to Photoshop. Where Do I Find The Pen Tool? Pierre Bezier
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Unlock The Full Power Of Basic Selections In Photoshop
Written by Steve Patterson. In this Photoshop tutorial, we’re going to look at how to get the most out of Photoshop’s basic selection tools, such as the Marquee tools or the Lasso tool. If all you’ve been using them for is to make a new selection every time, you’ve been missing out on their full potential. Let’s start by taking a look at how to add to an existing selection. Adding To A Selection To keep things simple, I have a fairly basic shape open in my Document Window: A basic shape in Photoshop. I want to select this shape using the most common selection tool in all of Photoshop, the Rectangular Marquee Tool, so I’m going to grab it from my Tools palette: Selecting the Rectangular Marquee Tool from Photoshop’s Tools palette. I could also press M on my keyboard to quickly access it. Now, let’s say all I know how to do is make a new selection with this tool. Dragging a selection around the bottom half of the shape. There we go, looks good. There we go, the top of the shape is now selected.