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Beginner's Guide to Image Editing in Photoshop
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Released Mar 1, 2011
Eddie Russell

Pluralsight

Eddie Russell
In this collection of lessons we give you an introductory look at image editing with Photoshop by teaching you terms and definitions as well as basic tools and techniques. We will start off by covering resizing and re-sampling images. We will then take a look at correcting the color and tone of an image so you begin learning non-destructive ways of doing both. After that, you will learn to make specific pixel selections. And to wrap up this project, we will go over how to remove unwanted information from our images. This series of step-by-step videos were developed with artists new to Photoshop in mind so we will be moving at a steady, easy-to-follow pace making sure you understand terms and basic techniques.
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
01:10
Understanding image resizing and image resampling
2

Understanding image resizing and image resampling

 
11:18
Cropping an image
3

Cropping an image

 
12:23
Color correcting images
4

Color correcting images

 
09:24
Adjusting the tonal range of images
5

Adjusting the tonal range of images

 
09:44
Selecting specific pixels within an image
6

Selecting specific pixels within an image

 
11:41
Correcting red eye in an image
7

Correcting red eye in an image

 
10:00
Removing unwanted information from an image
8

Removing unwanted information from an image

 
08:01
Understanding masking
9

Understanding masking

 
10:00
Putting it all together
10

Putting it all together

 
06:03