Join Chad Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Navigating documents, part of Learning Photoshop CS6.
No matter what you're using Photoshop for, the thing that you will spend the …bulk of your time doing in Photoshop is most likely going to be navigating around …a document. By that I mean just zooming in and …zooming out and panning around so you could, see different parts of it while …you're zoomed in. And because you do that so often no …matter what you're doing in Photoshop. It's a really good idea to master those tools. …And so in this movie, I'm going to show you several different ways to do that, you …can pick the way that works best for you. But I really recommend mastering this, …just exercising it the same way you'd do pushups and situps.…
Or the same way you, you are supposed to do (LAUGH) pushups and situps all the …time, or whatever, just to get good at this. …So, the first way to do this is with using tools here in the tools panel. …So you can use the Magnifying Glass tool, and I can click on something that I want …to zoom into. So if I click on arrow above menus I'll …click into that. If I want to zoom out, I can go to this …
- Getting images into Photoshop
- Creating and navigating documents
- Working with layers
- Cropping and straightening images
- Color correction
- Making selections
- Fixing image problems
- Working with effects
- Creating and editing text
- Exporting and printing
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CS6 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost10h 30m Beginner
1. Getting Started with Photoshop
2. Getting Images into Photoshop
3. Photoshop Basics
4. Image Basics
5. Color Correction
6. Making Selections
7. Fixing Image Problems
8. Working with Effects
9. Working with Text
10. Making Art
11. Exporting and Printing
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