Creative Effects in Photoshop
with Aaron Nace
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03 Adding Text in Photoshop13:34
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About The Class
learn fun photoshop effects.
Learn how to combine and enhance images in new and exciting ways! In Creative Effects in Photoshop, Aaron Nace will teach you how to manipulate your photographs in a variety of ways.
Aaron will show you how to use Photoshop to create a double exposure and an album cover. You’ll learn advanced blending modes, layer masking techniques, and how to use filters to transform photos into graphics. You’ll also learn about using Layer FX, advanced coloring and how to work with type.
Software Used: Adobe Photoshop CC 2014.2.2
How to Combine Images using Blending Modes in Photoshop17:44
Advanced Blending Modes in Photoshop08:03
Adding Text in Photoshop
Get tips for making text look beautiful in Photoshop by sampling color and changing font weight.13:34
Working with Stock Images in Photoshop04:52
Accessing the Blur Gallery in Photoshop02:08
Learning to use Blend If in Photoshop06:59
Creating a Double Exposure Album Cover in Photoshop32:34
Aaron Nace - Creative Effects in Photoshop - Reference Guide.pdf
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His classes are very well explained, very interesting and he is dynamic, I love the courses of Aaron Nace.
The course content is excellent. However it appears that the instructor assumes the online class are already experts. He zips through actions faster that can be easily followed so the how to value is lost. The results are evident but the various steps to get there are lost in the speed with which they are executed. This diminishes the value of the course except for those who are already extremely versed in photo shop actions.
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