Adobe Photoshop CC One on One Advanced

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Take your Photoshop skills to the next level. Photoshop CC 2015 One-on-One: Advanced is the second course in the comprehensive Photoshop training series by industry expert Deke McClelland. One-on-One teaches you everything you need to know about Photoshop, in the order you need to know it, on the schedule that work best for you. In this installment, Deke takes you through Photoshop's more advanced features.

Learn about Photoshop's automated selection tools (Color Range, Focus Area, and Refine Edge), the nondestructive editing capabilities of Smart Objects, Liquify's slimming and trimming power, and techniques for drawing and designing with vector shapes. Plus, discover how to improve a photo with poor composition by reconstructing it with Photoshop's Content-Aware Scale tool, healing tools, and blend modes. These tutorials feature all-new projects and exercise files, so there's something new for even long-time Deke fans.

NEW IN 2016: Chapters 24–30 offer a whole new way to work with Photoshop CC. This new set of tutorials covers layer effects, Levels and Curves adjustments, lens corrections and perspective warping, black and white photography, and so much more. Check back often. We'll continue to update the training whenever Photoshop changes.

Topics include

  • Selecting real-world objects in photographs
  • Refining masks with the Smudge tool, Refine Mask, and Refine Radius
  • Using the Focus Area tool
  • Skewing and distorting a layer
  • Transforming and duplicating in one operation
  • Warping text
  • Creating and masking Smart Objects
  • Applying Smart Filters
  • Nesting Smart Objects
  • Using Content-Aware Scale
  • Applying stack modes
  • Using the Liquify filter
  • Drawing custom vector shapes
  • Adjusting contrast, color, and luminance with blend modes

Main Index:

00. Welcome to Photoshop Advanced
16. Color Range and Focus Area
17. Layer Masks and Refine Edge
18. Scale, Rotate, Skew, and Warp
19. Smart Objects
20. Image Reconstruction
21. Liquifying an Image
22. Vector Shapes
23. Blend Modes
24. Layer Effects
25. Levels and Curves
26. Lens Correction and Perspective Warp
27. Advanced Camera Raw
28. Black - and - White Photography
29. Duotones and Colorization
30. Sharpening Details
31. Conclusion
Exercise Files

COURSE'S INDEX

00 / 01 - Welcome to One - on - One
00 / 02 - New Photoshop Interface

16 / 01 - The best in automated selections
16 / 02 - Introducing the Color Range command
16 / 03 - Localized Color Clusters and Detect Faces
16 / 04 - Selecting a real - world photographic object
16 / 05 - Enhancing a layer mask with the Wand
16 / 06 - Refining your mask to absolute perfection
16 / 07 - Shading the airplane to match the sky
16 / 08 - Infusing the airplane with sky colors
16 / 09 - Adding a custom Motion Blur effect
16 / 10 - Adding a rocket plume
16 / 11 - Introducing the Focus Area command
16 / 12 - Using the Focus Area tool
16 / 13 - Cleaning up a jagged Focus Area mask
16 / 14 - Finessing hair and other details

17 / 01 - Compositing like a pro
17 / 02 - Static selection vs. dynamic layer mask
17 / 03 - Perfecting mask edges with the Smudge tool
17 / 04 - White reveals, black conceals
17 / 05 - Real - world layer masking
17 / 06 - Combining multiple passes of Color Range
17 / 07 - Painting away the gaps in your mask
17 / 08 - Testing your mask with the Magic Wand
17 / 09 - Using Feather and Density
17 / 10 - Introducing the Refine Edge command
17 / 11 - Edge Detection and Smart Radius
17 / 12 - Using the Refine Radius tool
17 / 13 - Turning day into night with Camera Raw
17 / 14 - Blending hair into a nighttime sky
17 / 15 - Special trick - selecting eyes

18 / 01 - Meet the transformations
18 / 02 - Introducing the Free Transform command
18 / 03 - Skewing and distorting a layer
18 / 04 - Bending and otherwise warping a layer
18 / 05 - Creating a cheerful bat - faced moon
18 / 06 - Real - world scaling and compositing
18 / 07 - Quick - and - dirty layer masking
18 / 08 - Transform and duplicate in one operation
18 / 09 - Removing the color from a layer
18 / 10 - Transforming a selection outline
18 / 11 - Repeating one or more transformations
18 / 12 - Transforming and warping text
18 / 13 - Filling text with a warped gradient

19 / 01 - Photoshop’s indestructible envelopes
19 / 02 - Three ways to create a smart object
19 / 03 - Applying nondestructive transformations
19 / 04 - Applying nondestructive distortions
19 / 05 - Masking smart objects
19 / 06 - Editing the contents of a smart object
19 / 07 - Applying editable smart adjustments
19 / 08 - Applying and blending smart filters
19 / 09 - Editing a filter mask
19 / 10 - Applying Camera Raw as a smart filter
19 / 11 - Opening a Camera Raw smart object
19 / 12 - Two ways to duplicate a smart object
19 / 13 - Protecting editable text
19 / 14 - Using nested smart objects
19 / 15 - Editing text inside a nested smart object
19 / 16 - Pasting smart objects from Illustrator
19 / 17 - Applying Photoshop effects to Illustrator art
19 / 18 - Trouble - shooting Illustrator smart objects

20 / 01 - Restoring missing details
20 / 02 - 'Uncropping' a photo by expanding the canvas
20 / 03 - Using the Content - Aware Scale command
20 / 04 - Restoring a photographic element
20 / 05 - Fitting an image to a custom print size
20 / 06 - Applying an image stack mode
20 / 07 - Combining a stack mode with spot healing
20 / 08 - Erasing people with the Median mode
20 / 09 - Blurring away registration problems
20 / 10 - Auto - blending multiple depths of field
20 / 11 - Auto - blending with more flexibility

21 / 01 - Perfecting the human form
21 / 02 - Introducing the Liquify filter
21 / 03 - Using the Pucker, Bloat, and Push tools
21 / 04 - Working in the Advanced Mode
21 / 05 - Using Liquify's masking tools
21 / 06 - Liquifying a person on a busy background
21 / 07 - Slimming down hips and arms
21 / 08 - Tucking a tummy with the Pucker tool
21 / 09 - Meticulously straightening an edge

22 / 01 - Photoshop’s alternative to pixels
22 / 02 - How vector - based shape layers work
22 / 03 - Adjusting the roundness of a rectangle
22 / 04 - Creating a dashed or dotted border
22 / 05 - Drawing and aligning custom shapes
22 / 06 - Creating your own custom shape
22 / 07 - Designing a custom shape in Illustrator
22 / 08 - Selecting, modifying, and combining shapes
22 / 09 - Duplicating and centering shapes
22 / 10 - Centering a star inside a circle
22 / 11 - Beveling your shapes with Pillow Emboss
22 / 12 - Combining shapes into a smart object
22 / 13 - Applying lighting and photorealism
22 / 14 - Converting text to a shape layer
22 / 15 - Editing the shape of a character of type

23 / 01 - Blending layers like a pro
23 / 02 - Normal and Dissolve
23 / 03 - Using the Dissolve mode
23 / 04 - Multiply and the other darken modes
23 / 05 - Using the Multiply mode
23 / 06 - Screen and the other lighten modes
23 / 07 - Using the Screen mode
23 / 08 - Using the Dodge and Burn modes
23 / 09 - Overlay and the contrast modes
23 / 10 - Using the Overlay and Soft Light modes
23 / 11 - Difference, Exclusion, Subtract, and Divide
23 / 12 - Capturing the differences between images
23 / 13 - Hue, Saturation, Color, and Luminosity
23 / 14 - Blend mode keyboard shortcuts
23 / 15 - The Brush tool blend modes
23 / 16 - The remarkable 'Fill Opacity Eight
23 / 17 - Blend If - This Layer and Underlying Layer

24 / 01 - Depth, contour, and texture
24 / 02 - Applying a drop shadow
24 / 03 - Working with Fill Opacity
24 / 04 - Applying an inner shadow
24 / 05 - Working with Global Light
24 / 06 - Creating blurry, spray paint–style type
24 / 07 - Creating your own custom contour
24 / 08 - Introducing Bevel & Emboss
24 / 09 - Combining multiple layer effects
24 / 10 - Copying effects between layers and groups
24 / 11 - Assigning multiple strokes to a single layer
24 / 12 - Combining multiple drop shadows

25 / 01 - Mastering the histogram
25 / 02 - Correcting an image automatically
25 / 03 - Customizing a Levels adjustment
25 / 04 - Previewing clipped pixels
25 / 05 - Understanding the gamma value
25 / 06 - Making channel - by - channel adjustments
25 / 07 - Cleaning up scanned line art
25 / 08 - Cleaning up complex mechanicals
25 / 09 - Making quicker layer masks
25 / 10 - Introducing the Curves adjustment
25 / 11 - The Curves Targeted Adjustment tool
25 / 12 - Assigning shortcuts to adjustment layers

26 / 01 - What to do when everything is crooked
26 / 02 - Introducing Lens Correction
26 / 03 - Distortion, aberrations, and vignettes
26 / 04 - Adjusting angle and perspective
26 / 05 - Using the Perspective Warp command
26 / 06 - Fine - tuning your perspective adjustment
26 / 07 - Evening out color and lighting

27 / 01 - Photoshop’s most powerful plugin returns
27 / 02 - Automatic lens correction
27 / 03 - Auto - correcting a JPEG image
27 / 04 - Auto - correcting an undocumented photo
27 / 05 - Auto - straighten and Upright
27 / 06 - Using the Tone Curve graphs
27 / 07 - Painting with the Adjustment brush
27 / 08 - Using the Graduated Filter tool
27 / 09 - Using the Radial Filter tool
27 / 10 - Dehaze and Post Crop Vignetting

28 / 01 - Shooting in color and converting to black and white
28 / 02 - Three ways to convert to grayscale
28 / 03 - Introducing the Channel Mixer
28 / 04 - Mixing a custom black - and - white image
28 / 05 - Creating an infrared / snow effect
28 / 06 - Introducing the Black & White adjustment
28 / 07 - Customizing a Black & White adjustment
28 / 08 - Tinting an image
28 / 09 - Blending black and white with color
28 / 10 - Converting to grayscale in Camera Raw
28 / 11 - Split toning in Camera Raw

29 / 01 - Infusing black and white with color
29 / 02 - Quick - and - dirty colorization
29 / 03 - Creating a professional - quality sepia tone
29 / 04 - The best of the best - Gradient Map
29 / 05 - Loading my free, tailor - made gradients
29 / 06 - Designing your own custom quadtone
29 / 07 - Creating psychedelic arbitrary maps

30 / 01 - How sharpening works
30 / 02 - Introducing Unsharp Mask
30 / 03 - Blending your sharpening effect
30 / 04 - Reining in sharpness with a filter mask
30 / 05 - Introducing Smart Sharpen
30 / 06 - Remove - Lens Blur and Reduce Noise
30 / 07 - Preventing shadow / highlight clipping
30 / 08 - Compensating for “camera shake”
30 / 09 - Further compensating with Emboss
30 / 10 - Sharpening with the High Pass filter
30 / 11 - Painting in sharpness

31 / 01 - Until next time

Details:

Languages: English
Size: 7 GB
Parts: 7 RAR Parts
Part's Size: 900 MB
Lectures: 185

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