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Adobe Photoshop has many powerful features designed specifically for photographers interested in creating better photographs. Learn how to turn them to your advantage with these tutorials from teacher and photographer Chris Orwig. In this introductory course, Chris combines practical tips and creative insights, showing how to enhance and improve your photographs. The course also includes live-action interludes designed to help you think photographically, and shoot with the capabilities of Photoshop in mind.
(music playing) If you enjoy photography, and if you're interested in learning how you can use Photoshop to improve your photographs. Well you've come to the right place. Welcome. My name is Chris Orwig. I'll be your host, guide, and companion in this course, as we focus in on the Photoshop Fundamentals. That you need to learn in order to start to achieve professional results. We'll take a look at how we can use Adobe Bridge in order to view and access our photographs. We'll also talk about how we can use Adobe Camera.
Adobe Camera is a powerful tool which allows us to quickly and easily edit and improve our photographs. And we'll look at how we can work with Photoshop and how we can work with layers in order to make changes to our pictures. We'll look at how we can make selective adjustments so that we can modify specific areas of our photographs. And we'll cover some retouching essentials as well. Now we will be covering all of these topics and more. So thanks for joining me in the course, let's begin.
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