30 Days of Photoshop: Day 1
Every day for the next 30 days I will be teaching you about the basics of Photoshop.
This is free to anyone who wants to watch and if you are one of those photographer’s who has yet to explore Photoshop’s extraordinary capabilities… you will love this.
Photoshop is widely regarded as the most sophisticated and most capable of all the photo-editing software. No self-respecting professional photographer would use anything else (although Capture One has many strengths).
However, although it is an immensely powerful piece of software, it is not intuitive and lots of amateur photographers have struggled to get to grips with it. Those that have persevered have enjoyed tremendous satisfaction, often taking their editing skills to new levels of sophistication.
Loading your images into Photoshop
We kick off day one with a look at how we load our photos into Photoshop.
There are a number of options including how to send photos to Photoshop from Adobe Lightroom. The intergration between Lightroom and Photoshop works like a dream, but that is only one way. Watch the video to find out more.
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Thanks for sharing this PS learning videos, but I am unable to get any audio. Please could you check if the audio is working. Thank you.
Hi, I just checked, everything appears to be work ok. We have been getting good feedback from others users, so it looks like the problem may well be at your end. Try watching the videos on a different device
Oh….thanks for the reply….will do that and let you know.
Yes, you are correct. It’s working fine on my phone so something to do with my computer. Some wires will have to be pulled …Will have to fix that. 😊
Glad you found the problem – sorry to hear your computer is at fault.
Thanks for these videos. Have enjoyed you presentation of and love the way you explain each items. Thanks for thanking time to do these.
Thank you. It is my absolute pleasure. I’m delighted that you’re finding them useful. It’s always great to get feedback. Kevin