How To Get Started With Photoshop CS6 - 10 Things Beginners Want to Know How To Do

8 years 10 months ago - 8 years 9 months ago #270912 by PhotographyTalk


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8 years 10 months ago #271286 by Ian Stone
I wish I had watched this a few years ago


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8 years 9 months ago #272349 by Camera Diva
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7 years 9 months ago #347617 by Gabby2870
That was amazing! Wonder if I can use this in PS Elements? I really need to just bite the bullet & purchase CS6, then "make time" for myself to go through to learn everything about it.


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7 years 9 months ago #347651 by Tuscan Muse
Great post- quite helpful! Thanks.

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5 years 1 month ago #503352 by tristanshutterfreak
It's quite useful to have these things down the right way early on in your career.


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2 years 1 week ago #667017 by clippingphotoexperts
This is the technique of getting started photoshop cs6.
1. Photoshop workspace
2. Viewing and zooming images
3. Layers
4. Image adjustments
5. Cropping and transforming
6. Retouching
7. Camera raw
8. Selecting parts of an image
9. Filters
10. Understanding pixels 
11. Understanding resolution 
12. Alpha channels 
13. Starting in camera raw instead of Photoshop 
14. Making a collage


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1 year 11 months ago #670438 by robertsmith19
For the first time, when I saw the title I just ignored it. But today I decided to take a look at it and I found something really good. You just nailed it.


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