Adobe Photoshop Basic 2 Class
Thinking Outside the Box
The term “Cloning” in Photoshop specifically means that you want to make an exact copy of pixels. It could something small, like removing a skin blemish, by taking a copy of clean skin, and covering over the blemish. It could also be something large, like removing an entire person, by covering over them with part of the background. You may know what you should be doing with the tool, but I can show you techniques that take me just a few minutes, while it takes others hours and hours. There is more than one way of doing things, and I will show you the road less taken.
An important skill that you need to refine is the ability to evaluate a photo and see what needs tweaking. This course goes into detail about how to spot photo inconsistencies outright and the various tools you can use to achieve your desired results.
Some topics include:
- Cloning vs. Healing
- Dimming Harsh Shadows
- Cloning with Blending Modes
- Filling large areas of Obstructed Texture
- Pseudo Depth of Field
- Introduction to Compositing
Retouching Basics and Beyond
Are you familiar with Photoshop, but still think that your images could be better? What if I told you it’s less about the tools, and more about the art training? From Fine Art to Graphic Design, there is a ton that you likely don’t know. Retouching Images is much more than know about tools and sliders. Would you like to find out how to make your clients and your portfolio look their best? If so, here’s how my course can help you succeed:
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