Isolate what you've learned and Take quality notes Photoshop CS6


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Isolating what you've learned and taking quality notes

In regards to picking up all of these technical and creative things, one of the things that we want to think about is: "How can we isolate what we're learning?" This is another photograph of my office, and here you can see I have a sculpture, an old VW Bug hood on the wall, and a calendar over here. One of the reasons why we hang things up on a wall is to isolate them, to set them apart, and you and I need to figure out how we can do that with all of this information that we'll be gaining. Let me illustrate what I mean here. Let's take, for example, shortcuts.

In Photoshop there are literally hundreds and hundreds of shortcuts. Looking at them all on a sheet of paper can just be really overwhelming. So we have to somehow isolate and set apart perhaps one or two or five shortcuts. Let me illustrate this even further. When it comes to working with your keyboard, it's really actually a pretty complex device. Here, I have an old keyboard which I took apart, and I set...

Isolating what you've learned and taking quality notes
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Isolating what you've learned and taking quality notes provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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