10 Tips for Photoshop Beginners

 

Lesson Info

Start Learning Commonly Used Tools in Photoshop

Photoshop can be daunting for beginners and it is hard to know where to start. In this 90-minute Photoshop class, you’ll learn 10 actionable tips that will help you get the most out of Photoshop so you can start editing today.

Aaron Nace will start at the beginning. You’ll learn how to organize your files so you’ll always know where to find them. You’ll also learn about color settings, layers, masking and groups. Aaron will cover the commonly used tools in Photoshop and even teach you keyboard shortcuts so you’ll know how to work quickly and efficiently.


Software Used: Adobe Photoshop CC 2014.2.2

 
 
 
 

Reviews

  • This was a very informative course, and perfect for a beginner. I came from Paint Shop Pro and so I knew some terminology and some of what might be possible with what tools, but Photoshop is a big new world for me, so this beginner course was just what I needed. Great instructor who is knowledgable and has a good sense of humor. I would recommend this class to beginners.
  • <p>I took this class and thought it was awesome! No I am not a beginner, and if I was, I would not take a live online class where I knew I would not have time to watch and take notes. No where did I read this was for a &quot;beginner&quot;. I will always have more to learn - will never stop learning Photoshop. Maybe in the future - classes could be listed more specifically as &quot;beginner, intermediate or advanced&quot; users to help others like the first poster. Thanks Aaron - you did an awesome job - armpit man! :)</p>
  • <p>This was a great course; it went just a little fast for a beginner, however. I have been working with Photoshop for about a year, so I had a basic grasp. I did learn some very valuable information to use in the future. I think he wasted some valuable time with the beginning session telling us what he was going to tell us. Each session is titled so just go far it. I did enjoy Aaron&#39;s class and will come back for reference often. Thanks Aaron and Creative Live.</p>