Photoshop CS6 One-on-One Fundamentals

Photoshop CS6 One-on-One Fundamentals

This course covers the image editing process from the very beginning and progresses through the concepts and techniques that every photographer or graphic designer should know. Deke explains digital imaging fundamentals, such as resolution vs. size and the effects of downsampling. He explains how to use layers to edit an image nondestructively and organize those edits in an easy-to-read way, and introduces techniques such as cropping, adjusting brightness and contrast, correcting and changing color, and retouching and healing images. These lessons distill the vast assortment of tools and options to a refined set of skills that will get you working inside Photoshop with confidence.

Product Details:

List price: $149.95USD

Table of Contents:

  • Opening an image from Photoshop, Bridge, or Camera Raw
  • Navigating, zooming, panning, and rotating the canvas
  • Adding, deleting, and merging layers
  • Saving your progress and understanding file formats
  • Cropping and straightening
  • Adjusting brightness and contrast
  • Identifying and correcting a color cast
  • Making and editing selections
  • Enhancing portraits by retouching skin, teeth, and eyes 
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Becoming quite behind the times here,did not shut down the DVD service. More then happy to purchase this coarse but definitely will not ever subscribe to it, NEVER!

The "Transforme Each" command limitations in Illustrator?

Hi Deke,

I just love following you after all those years of well appreciated tips, tutorials and all you have been giving us!

Here is my question:

Is there a way to scale many objects to the same value at and the same time? The «Transform Each» command in Illustrator does not permit such action, so what would you suggest? This could come handy when you want to scale a bunch of logos in a document to a specific width or height.

After reviewing a video on Youtube (, the author was seeing this as a "draw back" for the the "Transform Each" command in Illustrator. One way to do it fast is to type the value in the "Transform Panel" and to apply after the "Transform Again" command if you want to apply it to another objetcs. It could also be applied to specific groups of same width or height afterwards. A special script can also be created in order to do the job.



Thank you Deke for keeping me relevant! Actions 2013 CS6

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