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Join Photoshop master Deke McClelland in the fourth and final installment of his popular Photoshop CC One-on-One series. In this course, Deke shares step-by-step tutorials and expert-level insights on the most powerful features, helping you make your own way to true Photoshop mastery.
In this course I'll show you how to create artistic effects using Photoshop's vast and powerful filter set. Then I'll show you how to stitch together panoramas and compensate for wide angle distortion. You'll learn how to use the puppet warp command to create an animated movie. I'll tour you through Photoshop's extensive video editing capabilities which even permits you to add text overlays and voiceovers. I'll introduce you to the wide world of high dynamic range.
I'll acquaint you with some little known advanced layer tricks. Perfect for those of you who routinely work in files with dozens or even hundreds of layers. And I will show you how to record time saving automated step by step actions. The result is a contextualize learning program. Photoshop's features makes sense because you apply them to a clearly defined task and you leave each chapter with a sense of accomplishment. One last time, Photoshop is part of the creative cloud.
Which makes it a fluid application that may update to any extent at any time. As will this course. So check back every so often because I'll be updating and adding movies whenever they need attention. Now get psyched, get seated, and let's get to work.
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A: Deke updated the course to reflect changes in the 2014 version of Illustrator CC, including changes to the art filters, the Puppet Warp tool, HDR, layers, and actions.
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