Yay, we're gonna talk about color. So this is gonna be a little different from the other classes as this is an extended course and we really get to dive into these subjects of color and how to approach color in Photoshop cause it can be a little bit monumental. So first things I wanna talk about here are, this is not a basic class. So this class is gonna cover, layer masks, not layer masks, excuse me adjustment layers, color techniques, but we're not gonna cover how to use a layer. Or what a layer mask is, or selections. It's presumed that you know it, or you go to take some of the other courses they have here at Creative Raw, which are great, on basic Photoshop techniques. Now that's not to say you can't take this, if you're a beginner, it's just I'm not gonna explain those parts of technique here. So I like to let you know that as well. This class, who's good for this class? I would say designers, photographers, retouchers. Anyone who has to deal with any kind of color issues in Phot...
oshop so that'd be alright with this. And there is bonus material for this course. And I'm mentioning it now because you might wanna download it now and follow along, because it's kinda handy dandy. I'm gonna open this up real quick. And basically what it is, it's the course. It literally is this course that I have here. And a lot of the techniques I'm explaining, there'll be further information. So for example I'm gonna go over a section on color mode. I'm not explaining all of this data of color mode. So you can look this up afterwards or during if you download it. Color, alright, this is kind of important to me in a general philosophy about Photoshop in general is, there's no right answer to anything. It's the most beautiful thing about Photoshop I would say is the way they've created it or developed it in such a way that anybody's mind, however your brain works, you can find a way in Photoshop. Which means there is no necessarily correct way, there is your way. So my goal for this class is to explain a bunch of different techniques, many of them are very similar, but have slightly different outcomes, and the goal for me is that you guys select the best way that you choose to do color in particular. And in that statement I'm gonna say, I also try my best to show you multiple ways of doing the same thing, okay. Multiple ways of doing the same thing. And some of the differences can be very very very subtle. But in your work flow, hopefully, you will find what works for you.