Photoshop 2021 Essential Training: The Basics

Photoshop 2021 Essential Training: The Basics

Whether you’re looking to pursue a career in design or photography or just want to enhance the images you take of your family and friends, learning how to use Photoshop is one of the best investments you can make in your work. In this course, Julieanne Kost helps you get up to speed with Photoshop 2021, filtering out the noise and complexity to help you quickly achieve the results you want. Julieanne walks through the fundamentals of digital imaging—from working with multiple images to customizing the Photoshop interface. She explains how to choose the right tools to crop, tone, and retouch photos, while always maintaining the highest-quality output. She also demonstrates the most efficient ways to perform common tasks, including working with layers, selections, and masking. Along the way, she shares the secrets of nondestructive editing using Smart Objects, and helps you master features such as adjustment layers, blend modes, filters, type, layer styles, and much more.


  • 英文名称:Photoshop 2021 Essential Training: The Basics
  • 时长:6小时29分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Welcome to the Photoshop Essential Training series
  2. Opening files in Photoshop
  3. Opening files from Adobe Bridge
  4. Opening files from Lightroom Classic
  5. Opening files from Lightroom
  6. Editing in Camera Raw and Lightroom vs.Photoshop
  7. A tour of the Photoshop interface
  8. Working with multiple documents
  9. Panning and zooming documents
  10. Viewing images using different screen modes
  11. Arranging the panels you use most often
  12. Switching and saving workspaces
  13. Customizing the toolbar
  14. Modifying keyboard shortcuts to boost productivity
  15. Understanding file formats
  16. Color modes and bit depth
  17. Understanding color space
  18. Understanding document size
  19. Using Image Size to change document dimensions
  20. Multiple Undo and the History panel
  21. Saving documents
  22. Using the Crop tool
  23. Straightening a crooked image
  24. Crop and change image size in one step
  25. Increasing canvas size
  26. Autofill with Content-Aware Crop
  27. Exploring layer basics
  28. Loading, selecting, aligning, and distributing layers
  29. Working with layer groups and the Frame tool
  30. Merging and flattening layers
  31. Quickly exporting images
  32. Color basics
  33. Brush essentials
  34. Using brush presets and customizing brush settings
  35. Layer mask essentials
  36. Using gradients in layer masks to blend images
  37. Using the Marquee and Lasso tools
  38. Using Object Selection and Quick Selection tools
  39. Using Select Subject and color range
  40. Selecting soft edge objects using Select and Mask
  41. Removing a halo using Select and Mask
  42. Selecting and replacing skies
  43. Removing distracting elements with the Healing brush and Patch tools
  44. The magic of Content-Aware Fill
  45. Content-Aware Move and Scale tools
  46. Removing larger elements from an image
  47. Getting to know the blend modes
  48. The advantage of Smart Objects
  49. Opening raw images as Smart Objects
  50. Scaling, skewing, and rotating layers with Free Transform
  51. Correcting the perspective of an image
  52. Warping images
  53. Transforming warping multiple layers
  54. Introducing adjustment layers
  55. Understanding the histogram
  56. Refining dynamic range using levels
  57. Adjusting contrast and correcting color using Curves
  58. Three easy ways to adjust color in images
  59. Custom black-and-white conversions
  60. Limiting adjustments with clipping masks
  61. Overview of filters
  62. Applying filters non destructively with Smart Filters
  63. Sharpening images
  64. Applying Camera Raw as a filter
  65. Using AI filters in Photoshop
  66. Applying filters to multiple layers
  67. Using the shape tools
  68. Modifying, combining, and saving custom shapes
  69. Using shapes to mask layers
  70. Applying layer effects and styles
  71. Creative layer effect styles
  72. Exploring headline (point) type
  73. Using leading, kerning, and tracking
  74. Keep learning Photoshop working on your own projects