Photoshop 2020 One-on-One: Fundamentals

Photoshop 2020 One-on-One: Fundamentals

Go one-on-one with world-renowned Photoshop expert Deke McClelland. The first of a three-part series, this course is your chance to master the fundamentals of Photoshop as you’ve never seen them before. It's everything you need to know, in the order you need to know it, complete with eye-popping imagery and practical advice. Best of all, it’s been completely updated for Photoshop 2020, the 30th anniversary edition of the program. Deke shows how to crop and straighten photographs, adjust brightness and contrast, correct color cast, and retouch portraits. You can also learn such skills as editing nondestructively with layers, making complex selections, developing photos in Camera Raw, and preparing photos for print. Come with questions, leave with answers—and a real sense of accomplishment.

Topics include:

  • Opening and closing images
  • Navigating an image by zooming and scrolling
  • Adding new layers and layer masks
  • Clipping and merging layers
  • Copying and pasting layers between files
  • Saving images to different file formats
  • Adjusting brightness and contrast
  • Correcting color cast and white balance
  • Developing images in Camera Raw
  • Adjusting Saturation and Vibrance
  • Selectively adjusting colors in Camera Raw
  • Making complex, organic selections
  • Cropping and straightening images
  • Painting with the Photoshop Brush tool
  • Retouching portraits with the healing brushes
  • Changing image size and resolution
  • Preparing images for local laser printing
  • Optimizing and saving images for the web


  • 英文名称:Photoshop 2020 One-on-One: Fundamentals
  • 时长:12小时50分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Welcome to One-on-One
  2. How image editing begins
  3. Opening from the Windows desktop
  4. Opening from the Macintosh Finder
  5. Closing one or more images
  6. The home screen
  7. The Open command
  8. Opening from Adobe Bridge
  9. Opening an image in Camera Raw
  10. Let me show you around
  11. Zooming in and out
  12. Using the more precise Zoom tool
  13. Reassigning Spotlight and Siri on Mac
  14. Five ways to zoom continuously
  15. Scrolling (panning)
  16. Bird's eye and other scrolling tricks
  17. Switching between open images
  18. Cycling between screen modes
  19. Using the Navigator panel
  20. Panels and workspace: Do not skip!
  21. Resetting and updating workspaces
  22. A few important preferences
  23. The layered composition
  24. Introducing the Layers panel
  25. Converting flat background to a layer
  26. "Jumping" an image onto a new layer
  27. Flipping and scaling a layer
  28. Adding a vector-based layer
  29. Creating a basic layer mask
  30. Clipping one layer inside another
  31. Merging two layers into one
  32. Auto-Select and the Move tool
  33. Inverting a layer mask
  34. Adding depth with layer effects
  35. Softening a mask with Feather
  36. Three ways to copy and paste layers
  37. Auto-zooming one or more layers
  38. The many ways to save
  39. Five essential things to know about saving
  40. Revert, auto-save, and more
  41. Saving layers to the native PSD format
  42. The Maximize Compatibility option
  43. Saving a flatprint image to TIFF
  44. Saving an interactive image to PNG
  45. Saving a flat photograph to JPEG
  46. Saving a cloud-based PSDC file
  47. Introducing luminance
  48. How luminance works
  49. The three Auto commands
  50. Auto-correcting photographs
  51. Auto Brightness/Contrast
  52. Custom Brightness/Contrast
  53. Applying a dynamic adjustment layer
  54. Adjustment layer tips and tricks
  55. Adjustment layers and blend modes
  56. Introducing the Histogram
  57. Putting the Histogram to use
  58. Isolate an adjustment with a layer mask
  59. Color cast versus color harmony
  60. Identifying the color cast of a photo
  61. Correcting a color cast automatically
  62. Using the Color Balance command
  63. Revisiting the last-applied settings
  64. Correcting white balance in Camera Raw
  65. When Camera Raw disappoints
  66. Adjusting a color cast with Photo Filter
  67. Applying Auto Color nondestructively
  68. Introducing Camera Raw
  69. Camera Raw basics
  70. Working with a developed image
  71. Capture raw, convert to DNG
  72. Correcting for lens distortion
  73. Exposure and Contrast
  74. Highlights, Shadows, Whites, and Blacks
  75. Working with Texture, Clarity, and Dehaze
  76. Opening and editing multiple images
  77. The real purpose of the White Balance tool
  78. Hue, saturation, and “vibrance”
  79. Color = Hue + Saturation
  80. How Vibrance works
  81. Adjusting Vibrance in Photoshop
  82. Deleting color sample markers
  83. Adjusting Vibrance in Camera Raw
  84. Introducing Hue/Saturation
  85. Using the Targeted Adjustment tool
  86. Selectively adjusting colors in Camera Raw
  87. The selective power of Photoshop
  88. Selection and Move tool basics
  89. Selecting an elliptical object
  90. Using the Paste Into command
  91. Using the Copy Merged command
  92. Add, subtract, and intersect selections
  93. Using the Magic Wand tool
  94. Using the three Lasso tools
  95. Painting with Quick Selection tool
  96. Using the Object Selection tool
  97. Too many pixels
  98. Introducing the Photoshop Crop tool
  99. Cropping without deleting any pixels
  100. Aspect ratio and other tricks
  101. Working with the reference point
  102. Finessing a crop with Canvas Size
  103. Using Content-Aware crop
  104. Two ways to use the Straighten tool
  105. Straightening with the Ruler tool
  106. Cropping away all transparent pixels
  107. Cropping and straightening in Camera Raw
  108. Using the Perspective Crop tool
  109. Cropping everything outside the canvas
  110. Learning to paint
  111. Introducing the Brush tool
  112. Painting pressure-sensitive brushstrokes
  113. Changing the size and hardness on the fly
  114. Previewing size and hardness
  115. Opacity vs. Flow
  116. Erasing with the tilde key
  117. Roundness, Angle, and the arrow keys
  118. Using the Smoothing options
  119. Painting with automated symmetry
  120. Rotating and resetting your view
  121. Using an iPad as a Sidecar tablet
  122. Your best face forward
  123. Using the Spot Healing Brush
  124. Healing to an independent layer
  125. Using the standard Healing Brush
  126. Using the Clone Source panel
  127. Rotating the source pixels
  128. Restoring blown highlights
  129. Using the Patch tool
  130. Shift-clicking to heal in straight lines
  131. The Dodge and Sponge tools whiten teeth
  132. Camera Raw’s Spot Removal tool
  133. How digital images work
  134. Image size and resolution
  135. Introducing the Image Size command
  136. Common resolution standards
  137. Upsampling vs. real high-resolution data
  138. Changing the print resolution
  139. Downsampling for print
  140. Downsampling for email and photo sharing
  141. The seven interpolation settings
  142. Real-world rules for downsampling
  143. Upsampling with Preserve Details 2.0
  144. Print from RGB, not CMYK
  145. Using my customizable printer test file
  146. The Print command and color management
  147. Print size and position
  148. Using printer-specific options on the PC
  149. Using printer-specific options on the Mac
  150. Brightening your image for print
  151. Description and printing marks
  152. Establishing a borderless bleed
  153. Free-range images
  154. Assigning copyright and contact info
  155. Copyrighting multiple images at a time
  156. How color works on the web
  157. Quick Export as PNG
  158. Quick Export as JPEG
  159. Introducing the old-school Save for Web
  160. Saving an 8-bit GIF or PNG
  161. Saving an animated GIF file
  162. Exporting vector-based layers as SVG
  163. Exporting multiple layers and groups
  164. Until next time