In this video, get a basic overview of the Photoshop workspace including the menu, tools, and panel dock.
- [Instructor] So let's take a look … at the Photoshop workspace. … We're going to start by creating a new file. … We'll click on the create new button … and this is the first important thing you need to know. … If your file is going to be printed in its final form, … then we want to make sure we start up here at print, … so we get the right quality and the right size file. … You can open a letter size file, tabloid size file. … For fashion portfolio, I usually do tabloid. … But for now, let's open a letter size file. … Now when you click on that, … it fills in all the information on this side of the screen. … It's telling me it's eight and a half by 11. … The resolution is 300 and the color mode is RGB … and these things are very important. … We need at least a 300 dpi resolution for a good print … and we want to work in RGB … because more Photoshop filters are available to us in RGB … than any of the other color modes. … If I drop down here, … you can see there are some other options, …
- Why render in Photoshop?
- Scanning artwork
- Using Dodge and Burn
- Using the drawing and painting tools in Photoshop
- Adding color to your images
- Working with scanned color illustrations
- Layout styles for fashion portfolios
- Working with color libraries
- Creating mood boards
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop for Fashion: Warping Pattern Fillswith Robin Schneider2h 51m Intermediate
1. Basics You Need to Know
2. Working with Sketches
3. Working with Scanned Color Illustrations
Saving for print2m 15s
5. Creating Mood Boards
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