Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Sending feedback?, part of Time-Saving Tips Using Photoshop.
- [Chad] As hard as I try to cover all the topics and content in this course thoroughly, it's hard to cover absolutely every possible scenario that you, the end user, may encounter in your day-to-day Photoshop life. So I wanted you to know that your learning doesn't necessarily end with these videos. If during or after watching these videos you ever have a question about any of the content or even related, there are a few ways that you can contact me to ask questions. The first method is right here, where you're watching these videos. If you're watching via LinkedIn Learning, you'll see the course feedback link at the bottom right of the Contents section, where you could provide feedback, as well as ask questions you may have. If you're watching via LinkedIn Learning, you'll access this by clicking on this button down here, and then choose the Help/Feedback button. And then you can either send course feedback, which is greatly appreciated, or you can get help. Either of those methods will get in contact with me or send a message to me so that you can get an answer to your question. You can always message me via LinkedIn. My LinkedIn name is Chad Chelius. Connect with me, and then you can send a message with your question. I'm also available outside of the LinkedIn ecosystem if you have a more specific question or even a question not directly related to the course. Another method is via Twitter. My Twitter handle is @chadchelius. Shoot me a message, and I'll be sure to get back to you. If you're not into social media, that's cool too. Just send me a direct email. My email address is [email protected] And I'd love to hear from you and answer your question or hear what you thought of the course. Finally, you could type or handwrite a letter on a piece of paper, put it in an envelope with a stamp, and send it directly to me. Actually, I'm kidding about that one. That'd take way too long. So there you have it. Those are the best ways to provide feedback and get your questions answered. I'm really looking forward to hearing from you.
- Customizing Photoshop
- Zooming and panning techniques
- Using Photoshop tool shortcuts
- Selecting, moving, showing, and merging layers
- Adjusting brush size
- Transforming selections
- Adding a color adjustment
- Changing type properties
- Working with Smart Objects
Skill Level Intermediate
Time-Saving Tips Using Illustratorwith Chad Chelius1h 45m Intermediate
Lightroom Classic CC: Working Fasterwith Chris Orwig1h 25m Intermediate
Mastering Selections in Photoshop CCwith Tim Grey3h 13m Beginner
1. Performance and Interface Tips
3. Selections and Masking
4. Working with Type
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