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In Photoshop CS6 Essential Training, Julieanne Kost demonstrates how to produce high-quality images in a short amount of time, using a combination of Adobe Photoshop CS6, Bridge, and Camera Raw.
The course details the Photoshop features and creative options, and shows efficient ways to perform common editing tasks, including noise reduction, shadow and highlight detail recovery, retouching, and combining multiple images. Along the way, the course explores techniques for nondestructive editing and compositing using layers, blending modes, layer masks, and much more.
Congratulations! You've now mastered the essentials of Photoshop. If I could give you one more little piece of advice, now that you've gotten the basics down, I would give yourself a project to do that you would find fun and challenging. I find that self assignments can be the best way to explore new techniques and new technologies. And they help you practice your foundations. One of the great things about lynda.com is that so many authors have their own unique voices. I'm sure that when you're ready to move forward you'll find exactly what you're looking for.
For example, if you want more advanced information about photography, check out Chris Orwig's titles. Or if you have difficult selections and masking to make, check out Deke McClelland's Advanced Compositing and Blending titles. These are just a few examples, but I hope you'll come back often and learn a new Photoshop skill every week. And if there's a subject that we've missed, please let us know by submitting a course request. I hope to see you elsewhere as you continue your online training experience. If you'd like to keep track of what I'm up to, please feel free to follow me on my blog at blogs.adobe.com/jkost.
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