I am so excited to announce the comeback of Photoshop 101. You might be a new reader, but I had a monthly series about learning how to use Photoshop. I was learning along with you guys and posting what I had learned. And I want to bring it back because I am ready to learn Photoshop. It is a great program, but it can do so much for you and your blog.
I use PicMonkey almost exclusively, but I want to learn more of the ins and outs of Photoshop for my photography. I’m ready to take that next step in editing my pictures with Photoshop.
Come back Monday, May 11th for the next installment of the Photoshop 101 series. We are going to do a roundup from the last time I attempted this series, and then we will kick off with new materials for June.
If you want to get ahead, check out these past Photoshop 101 posts:
Becoming Friends With Photoshop // A post all about how to download Photoshop to your computer (I still use the program I downloaded last time).
The Tools Palette // A post all about the different types of tools that Photoshop offers. There are a lot, and I tried to break it down for you to make life a little easier.
Creating and Using Guides // A post about using guides to help with your photography. Objects and tools that are dragged close to a guide are magnetically attracted to the guide and snap to it.
The Color Modes // There are a lot of different color formats you could use. This post shows you all those different types of ways to use color and what the different formats are.
The File Formats // A text heavy post about all the different ways that you can save in Photoshop. I didn’t know there were so many options when I first posted this post.
Creating Actions // Finally a post about how to use Photoshop! Creating actions helps makes pictures look softer, sharper or whatever you want. They are pre-set in Photoshop for you.
Making Selections // Learning about the Marquee tools.
Are you ready to learn Photoshop with me?