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Design Trends & Elements in Photoshop

Lesson 1 of 6

Class Introduction

 

Design Trends & Elements in Photoshop

Lesson 1 of 6

Class Introduction

 

Lesson Info

Class Introduction

I'm Kenna Klosterman at your host for design trends and elements in photo shop with Keira Blitzen. Itch. So, Keira, take it away. Thanks, Kenna. Well, hi, guys. We are gonna have so much fun today talking about design trends and design elements in Photoshopped. So designed trends to me if you know the stuff you see going around and print media are online and different effects that sort of make their way into our pop culture on do some of the things that are very popular right now and actually have been for a while would be, um, a matte finish on our photos. So we'll talk about doing that. We're going to talk about doing double exposures. I get a lot of requests for that. So I thought, Let's talk about it, Um and we're going to do a watercolor splatter print, which is very exciting. And then I'm actually going to show you how you came use. We'll find and obtain design elements for your own design work, as well as how you can easily make your own...

Class Description


Ever wonder how the pros create the design elements they use for various graphic projects or special effects? This Adobe Photoshop tutorial will walk you through the process of creating assets like patterns and custom brushes along with popular effects like double exposure and watercolor spatter painting.  


Software Used: Adobe Photoshop CC 2015

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Janaina de Assis
 

I loooooooove Khara, all her courses are so much fun and energetic.

Dianna Gonzalez
 

Khara's teaching style is one of the most superior styles, in terms of Creative Live Classes I've taken. She is clear about what she is saying, without being overly wordy, and her lessons were well organized. Two thumbs up for Khara Plicanic... very informative!

Joe Sacher
 

Great way of getting an understanding of bringing real world doodles and painting into Photoshop for designs. Much easier than I expected it would be, now that I know how.