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Photoshop CS5 One-on-One
Photoshop CS5 One-on-One
Download Photoshop CS5 One-on-One
Download Photoshop CS5 One-on-One
 Description: Photoshop is the world’s most powerful image editor, and it’s arguably the most complex, as well. Fortunately, nobody knows the program like award-winning book and video author Deke McClelland. Join Deke as he explores such indispensable Photoshop features as resolution, cropping, color correction, retouching, and layers. Gain expertise with real-world projects that make sense. Exercise files accompany the course.
Topics include:
Assembling photorealistic compositions
Understanding image size and resolution
Correcting the brightness and color of images
Creating accurate selection outlines
Retouching and healing photos
Mastering layers and effects
Printing and exporting to the web

CONTENT
0. Introduction
Welcome to Photoshop CS5 One-on-One 01:49
Making Photoshop your default image editor 07:43
Installing the DekeKeys keyboard shortcuts 08:10
Remapping Mac OS shortcuts 07:37
Installing the Best Workflow color settings 04:31
The color settings explained 06:54
Loading the CS5 color settings in Bridge 03:08
1. What Photoshop Can Do, Part 1: The Avatar
There is nothing you can’t do 02:01
The power of Photoshop 04:43
Duplicating a layer 04:49
Liquifying an image 04:43
Adding a layer mask 05:57
Loading an alpha channel 07:42
Selecting with Color Range 04:10
Making a Hue/Saturation layer 02:53
Luminance blending 07:21
Mask density 05:09
Making a knockout layer 04:11
2. Setting Up ‘Shop
The best way to work 00:41
Setting General preferences 05:33
Changing the pasteboard color 05:41
File handling, performance, and units 07:25
Touring the Photoshop interface 11:05
Creating and saving a workspace 07:21
Changing settings and updating the workspace 06:04
Resetting the preferences 07:33
3. Opening and Organizing
The amazing Adobe Bridge 01:17
Making a new image 05:11
Opening an image 07:07
Opening and closing multiple images 05:24
Opening a problem image 04:23
Adding file information 08:37
Introducing Adobe Bridge 07:37
A whirlwind tour of Bridge 07:21
Adjusting the interface and thumbnails 08:18
Using the full-screen preview 08:05
Rotating images on their sides 05:38
Assigning star ratings and labels 08:40
Filtering thumbnails in the Contents panel 09:13
Moving, copying, and deleting files 06:34
Creating and assigning keywords 06:38
Searches and collections 07:03
Batch-exporting JPEG files 08:57
Batch-renaming 07:15
String substitution and regular expressions 08:50
Grouping images into stacks 07:21
Comparing images in Review mode 05:58
Playing images in a slideshow 04:49
Customizing and saving the workspace 07:17
Using Mini Bridge in Photoshop CS5 08:36
4. Navigation
Learning to swim inside an image 00:37
The tabbed-window interface 05:19
Arranging image windows 04:26
Common ways to zoom 05:31
New zoom tricks in Photoshop CS5 04:24
Hidden old-school zoom tricks 04:34
Scrolling and panning images 04:08
Viewing the image at print size 06:42
The Navigator and “bird’s-eye” scrolling 02:56
Nudging the screen from the keyboard 02:39
Scroll wheel tricks 03:41
The Rotate View tool 03:36
Cycling between screen modes 06:17
Using the numerical zoom value 06:14
5. Image Size and Resolution
Imaging fundamentals 00:58
What is image size? 07:45
The Image Size command 06:00
Selecting an interpolation option 04:56
Upsampling versus “real” pixels 05:22
The penalty of pixels 05:35
Print size and resolution 07:26
Downsampling for print 06:39
Downsampling for email 07:28
Options for upsampling 08:13
Better ways to make a big image 06:01
6. Cropping and Straightening
Frame wide, crop tight 01:02
Using the Crop tool 08:08
Fixing out-of-canvas wedges 05:31
Crop tool presets 06:53
Previewing the crop angle 04:24
The Crop command 04:47
Straightening with the Ruler tool 04:18
Cropping without clipping 05:01
Perspective cropping 04:39
7. Basic Color Correction
Making drab colors look better 01:20
Brightness and contrast 04:10
Adjusting numerical values 04:26
Introducing adjustment layers 05:17
Editing adjustment layers 02:51
Saving adjustment layers 04:35
Adding a quick layer mask 04:23
Introducing the Histogram 04:34
Working with the Histogram panel 06:27
Using Color Balance 07:18
Introducing the Variations command 04:51
Luminance and saturation controls 03:54
Fading a static adjustment 03:21
How hue and saturation work 04:28
Rotating hues and adjusting saturation 06:04
Creating a quick and dirty sepia tone 04:42
Adjusting hues selectively 05:32
The Target Adjustment tool 04:24
Photoshop CS5 Target Adjustment enhancements 01:05
Adjusting the color of clothing 08:44
Enhancing a low-saturation image 04:23
Refining saturation with Vibrance 05:01
8. Making Selections
Photoshop versus the real world 01:21
Meet the selection tools 10:26
Marking the center of an image 04:09
Drawing a geometric selection outline 04:45
Blurring a selection outline with Feather 06:08
Copy and paste versus drag and drop 05:31
Creating a graduated selection 04:29
Aligning one image with another 04:45
Accessing the Move tool on the fly 03:34
Invert and Match Colors 05:04
Matching colors selectively 03:52
Feathering and filling a selection 05:14
Dressing up a composition with effects 05:34
The incredible image rotation trick 02:18
The Magic Wand tool 04:12
Tolerance and other options 07:07
Grow, Similar, and Inverse 05:39
Quick selection and the Magnetic Lasso 07:27
Evaluating a selection in Quick Mask 08:52
Saving and loading selections 06:14
Placing an image with a layer mask 03:23
Eliminating edge fringing 07:43
9. Retouching and Healing
Brushing to correct 00:56
How brushing works 04:52
Working with spacing 07:32
Changing size and hardness 07:45
The heads-up Color Picker 07:17
Flipping a mirror image 03:33
Setting the source for the History brush 03:42
Brightening details with the Dodge tool 07:49
Darkening details with the Burn tool 03:05
The Sponge tool 04:29
Backing off edits 08:04
Patching eye bags 08:57
Evening out flesh tones 07:23
Smoothing away whiskers 07:41
Reducing shadow noise 07:00
How healing works 04:40
The enhanced Spot Healing brush 04:52
Using the better Healing brush 04:23
Introducing the Clone Source panel 03:49
Cloning from one layer to another 05:30
Working with multiple sources 04:44
10. Layer Essentials
The layered composition 01:00
Making a new background layer 06:58
Working with “big layers” 06:24
Move, Duplicate, and Scale 04:11
Transforming a copy and repeat 05:15
Stacking order and eyedropping a layer 05:15
Adjusting multiple layers at once 04:22
Switching between layers 04:56
Making a digital star field 05:09
Blend mode and clipping mask 04:50
Dragging and dropping from your desktop 04:38
Black + Lens Flare = glow 06:16
Locking transparency 05:42
Adding gradient layers 08:12
Stacking an adjustment layer 04:12
Adding shadow and stroke 06:09
11. Printing, PDF, and Web Gallery
Outputting from Photoshop and Bridge 01:32
Printing an RGB composite 05:31
Customizing the subjective print file 03:15
Gauging print size 05:35
Scale, position, and page orientation 05:06
Three important printing curiosities 04:41
Introducing the Output options 05:34
Establishing a bleed 05:52
Using the Color Management options 07:21
Generating a PDF contact sheet 06:18
Creating a contact sheet template 06:08
Saving and opening a PDF contact sheet 04:18
Introducing the Web Gallery 07:53
Exporting and editing an HTML site 03:58
The Airtight Photocard site 04:56
12. Saving Images for the Web
Rules of the web 01:01
Introducing web graphics 06:59
A first look at Save for Web 05:47
Scaling a layered image versus a flat one 07:30
Incremental downsampling 03:01
Adding text, bar, and stroke 04:24
Assigning copyright and metadata 06:21
Comparing GIF, JPEG, and PNG 04:59
Determining the perfect JPEG settings 06:31
Saving metadata 03:52
Working with an unprofiled RGB image 04:35
Downsampling graphic art 04:49
Saving a GIF graphic 06:01
Antiquated GIF versus the the better PNG 04:06
13. Conclusion
Until next time 01:37

II.Advanced
Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Advanced, the second part of the popular and comprehensive series, updated for CS5, follows internationally renowned Photoshop guru Deke McClelland as he dives into the workings of Photoshop. He explores such digital-age wonders as the Levels and Curves commands, edge-detection filters, advanced compositing techniques, vector-based text, the Liquify filter, and Camera Raw. Deke also teaches tried-and-true methods for sharpening details, smoothing over wrinkles and imperfections, and enhancing colors without harming the original image. Exercise files accompany the course.
Topics include:
Using blend modes, adjustment layers, and layer styles
Organizing a layered composition so it is fluid and editable
Creating and editing type in Photoshop
Using blur effectively
Using adjustment layers to add color
Combining layers into a clipping mask
Working with Camera Raw

0. Introduction
Welcome 02:01
Making Photoshop your default image editor 07:43
Installing the dekeKeys keyboard shortcuts 08:10
Remapping OS shortcuts 07:37
Installing the Best Workflow color settings 04:31
The color settings explained 06:54
Loading the CS5 color settings in Bridge 03:06
1. What Photoshop Can Do, Pt. 2: The Eyes
What you can do with Photoshop 01:46
The mission-critical eyes 02:44
Copy Merged and Paste in Place 06:52
Sharpening details to match 04:34
Masking eyes 09:22
Working with clipping-mask layers 09:05
Shading with layer effects 08:10
Color and highlight effects 04:02
Refining layer masks 05:43
Fabricating the highlights in the pupils 07:33
Using a merged copy to sharpen 05:34
2. Levels and Curves
Highlights, shadows, and midtones 01:16
Introducing the Auto commands 07:23
Adjusting Cache Level settings 06:08
Reading a channel-by-channel histogram 06:21
How the Auto commands work 05:22
Auto Tone, Auto Contrast, and Auto Color 07:07
Blending the Auto results 04:04
Introducing the Levels command 06:15
Using Levels as an adjustment layer 03:12
Applying custom Levels adjustments 06:08
Understanding the gamma value 07:39
The futility of Output Levels 02:56
Selections and adjustment layers 05:48
Opening up the shadows 03:40
Previewing clipped pixels 04:51
The black, white, and gray eyedroppers 05:07
Gray card tips and tricks 06:05
Making channel-by-channel adjustments 07:29
Introducing the Curves command 07:44
Curves dialog box tricks 07:16
Curves adjustment layer tricks 05:45
Correcting an image with Curves 05:32
Filling in the highlights 05:42
Neutralizing casts and smoothing transitions 05:37
3. Sharpening Details
The art of enhancing edges 01:26
How sharpening works 06:02
The single-shot sharpeners 06:07
Introducing Unsharp Mask 06:19
Radius and Threshold 06:24
Sharpening colors vs. luminosity 05:56
Gauging the ideal settings 08:59
Unsharp Mask vs. Smart Sharpen 07:01
Using the Remove settings 09:30
The More Accurate checkbox 06:08
Saving your Smart Filter settings 05:31
The Advanced sharpening settings 07:52
Accounting for camera shake 06:18
Sharpening with the Emboss filter 06:43
Sharpening with High Pass 09:23
The new and improved Sharpen tool 06:22
4. Noise and Texture
Edge’s evil twin: noise 01:12
Color vs. luminance noise 07:21
Reducing color noise 07:45
Reducing luminance noise 04:59
Relegating an effect to the shadows 06:27
Switching between layer and mask 06:59
The Dust & Scratches filter 04:56
Adjusting shadow saturation 05:52
Combining High Pass with Lens Blur 06:57
Masking a layer of Lens Blur 07:34
Painting away High Pass sharpening 08:22
Building up a noise pattern 06:40
Converting noise to texture 04:24
Bleeding colors into paper 06:16
Matching different noise levels 08:31
5. Shadows, Highlights, and Contours
We are the stuff of light 01:24
Applying automatic lens correction 05:53
Introducing Shadows/Highlights 03:44
Shadows/Highlights in depth 07:59
Creating a “bounce” with Gaussian Blur 04:43
Sharpening on top of blur 07:03
Sharpening the merged composition 06:16
Grouping and masking layers 05:40
Adjusting the density of a mask 07:14
Creating a Shadows/Highlights shortcut 05:47
Restoring detail with Shadows/Highlights 06:23
Changing the Shadows/Highlights defaults 06:21
Smoothing skin details with Gaussian Blur 03:56
Smoothing with High Pass 05:44
Lowering contrast with Gaussian Blur 07:04
Inverting a sharpening effect 07:05
6. Black & White and Colorize
Color becomes monochrome 01:31
Converting an image to grayscale 06:49
Extracting luminance information 07:37
Introducing the Channel Mixer 10:23
Aggressive channel mixing 09:42
Proofing CMYK colors 07:49
Color settings and intent 07:06
Practical Channel Mixer variations 04:30
Saving variations as layer comps 07:57
The default grayscale recipe 08:55
Creating a custom black-and-white mix 06:59
Shadows/Highlights in black and white 04:58
Introducing the Black & White command 05:55
Adjusting Black & White settings 09:39
Mixing a Black & White portrait 06:32
Black & White vs. Channel Mixer 09:21
Adding tint and color 08:00
Introducing the Gradient Map 07:10
Loading custom gradients 04:32
Editing gradient color stops 09:58
Colorizing with blend modes and Opacity 07:13
7. Color Range and Refine Edge
Two great commands working great together 01:18
Introducing the Color Range command 05:13
Setting key colors and Fuzziness 05:38
Predefined vs. sampled colors 03:57
The Localized Color Clusters option 05:41
Defining a selection with care 04:44
Introducing the Quick Mask mode 05:20
Testing edges with the Magic Wand 05:14
Hand-brushing a selection 05:39
Saving and loading an alpha channel 04:35
Converting a selection to a layer mask 02:46
Switching between an image and a layer mask 06:58
Protecting elements with a layer mask 08:05
Duplicating and editing a layer mask 07:34
Introducing the Refine Edge command 04:46
Accessing the various Refine Edge options 05:35
Refine Edge’s preview options 06:21
The Adjust Edge values 04:11
Edge Detection and Smart Radius 06:05
Using the Refine Radius tool 08:08
Using the Decontaminate Colors option 07:30
Old-school masking adjustments 07:07
Four micro mask adjustments 08:33
8. Text and Shape Layers
Photoshop’s vector exceptions 01:11
Making text in Photoshop 06:18
Creating and editing a text layer 06:56
Font and type style 07:35
Type size and color 07:52
Combining layer effects and type 10:57
Drawing a custom shape layer 08:34
Side bearing, kerning, and tracking 10:36
Point text vs. area text 08:26
Selecting and formatting a paragraph 05:19
Copying and pasting unformatted text 07:45
Creating text inside a custom path 06:26
Creating text along a path 08:13
Adjusting baseline shift 06:16
Drawing a fading arrowhead 07:29
Fading a shadow with a layer 05:32
Logo creation and Fill Opacity 07:44
Stretching a background element 06:09
Drawing with shape outlines 06:18
Combining vector-based shapes 06:42
Masking vector-based shape layers 06:07
Correcting spacing problems 07:44
Drawing the ultimate specular sparkle 08:45
Preparing text for commercial output 05:09
Saving a high-resolution PDF file 07:11
Inspecting the final PDF document 07:08
Saving large poster art 09:32
9. Layer Effects and Styles
What filters ought to be 01:25
Layer effects vs. filters 06:14
Carving with an Inner Shadow effect 07:45
Selling an effect with Drop Shadow 07:17
Creating blurry shadow type 05:30
Saving custom default settings 06:22
Creating a custom contour 07:03
Introducing Bevel and Emboss 07:35
Adjusting Angle and Altitude 07:08
Exploiting global light 08:11
Gloss and edge contour 05:08
Applying and creating layer styles 06:45
Loading, saving, and merging styles 06:17
Creating a textured bevel effect 06:56
Using shadows as highlights 07:39
Combining filters and effects 06:58
Working with random effects 06:55
Smoothing with Gaussian Blur and Levels 06:13
Masking blacks from whites 04:37
Applying liquid styles 04:36
Simulating liquid reflections 08:12
Finessing and cropping a liquid effect 07:25
Initiating a displacement map 06:17
Applying a displacement map 07:37
10. Transform, Distort, and Warp
Two words: Free Transform 00:34
Scale, rotate, and constrain 06:30
Using the transformation origin 07:42
Applying a slant (aka skew) 03:37
The four-point “perspective” distortion 07:51
Two ways to make gradient text 05:59
Building complexity from a simple shape 04:42
Duplicating a series of transformations 06:03
Rasterizing a layer with its effects 06:41
Applying a custom warp 07:24
Blending and softening a warped layer 04:39
Creating spherical highlights 06:30
Using a center-source inner glow 03:51
11. Puppet Warp and Liquify
Distorting reality 01:33
Extracting a foreground element 06:45
Introducing the Puppet Warp command 07:20
Setting and manipulating pins 07:48
Rotating pins and switching warp modes 06:41
Expanding and contracting the mesh 06:11
Changing the Density setting 08:00
Adjusting the pin depth 05:18
Winding an image into a pretzel 06:02
Applying Puppet Warp to type 06:30
Warping single characters 06:25
Editing puppet-warped text 08:24
Extending an image with Free Transform 08:46
Extracting from a white background 10:05
Tracing a shape with Puppet Warp 09:01
Introducing the Liquify command 05:04
Warp, Twirl, Pucker, and Bloat 08:53
Saving and loading a mesh 05:59
Push, Mirror, and Turbulence 11:49
Lifting and slimming details 08:22
Warping fabric, arms, and legs 07:01
Masking and finessing the results 10:08
12. Adobe Camera Raw
Welcome to the digital darkroom 01:44
Introducing Camera Raw 07:40
Adjusting white balance 07:00
Selecting and synchronizing images 06:09
Making automatic adjustments and saving changes 07:19
Creating and managing snapshots 08:23
Adjusting the Exposure value 06:24
Working with clipping warnings 05:05
Adjusting Brightness and Contrast 07:35
Vibrance, Saturation, and Clarity 09:25
Recovery and Fill Light 06:57
Using the Graduated Filter tool 07:02
Painting edits with the Adjustment Brush 09:44
Straighten, crop, and geometric distortions 07:49
Applying manual lens corrections 07:19
Vignette and chromatic aberrations 06:21
Introducing the Tone Curves 06:09
Parametric curves and targeted adjustments 06:26
Correcting a low-noise photograph 07:35
Sharpening and high-noise photos 08:25
Selective Hue/Saturation adjustments 05:34
Selective Luminance adjustments 05:39
Adding grain and vignetting effects 05:23
Mixing a subjective black-and-white image 07:53
Colorizing with the Split Toning options 04:29
Opening a raw image as a Smart Object 05:39
Camera Raw wrap-up 08:38
13. Conclusion
Until next time 00:55

III.Mastery
In the all-new Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery, the third and final installment of the popular series, join industry expert and award-winning author Deke McClelland for an in-depth tour of the most powerful and empowering features of Photoshop CS5. Discover the vast possibilities of traditional tools, such as masking and blend modes, and then delve into Smart Objects, Photomerge, as well as the new Puppet Warp, Mixer Brush, and HDR features. Exercise files accompany the course.
Topics include:
Using masks and blend modes in radically new ways
Mastering the Pen tool and Paths panel
Transforming and maximizing Smart Objects
Employing Smart Filters to create complex effects
Exploring the capabilities of Bristle brushes and the Mixer Brush
Merging multiple images into seamless panoramas
Exploring the full range of luminance with HDR Pro
Recording actions and batching-processing images
CONTENT
0. Introduction
Welcome 02:45
Making Photoshop your default image editor 07:43
Installing the dekeKeys keyboard shortcuts 08:10
Remapping OS shortcuts 07:37
Installing the Best Workflow color settings 04:31
The color settings explained 06:54
Loading the CS5 color settings in Bridge 03:05
1. What Photoshop Can Do, Pt. 3: The Face Paint
Your creative range continues to expand 01:46
The Avatar project so far 02:38
Painting on a photograph 07:50
Adding texture and depth 06:14
Simulating chalky white paint 07:23
Masking and placing an image 07:20
Upsampling and Lens Blur 05:09
Blending blurry elements 03:48
Making a Smart Object 06:46
Placing an image as a Smart Object 03:22
Blending away a background 05:56
Applying Smart Filters 04:34
Creating a glow with Lens Flare 03:45
Blending and masking a glow 05:03
2. Masking Essentials
Using the image to select itself 01:53
Introducing masking 06:32
Making an alpha channel 06:54
Using the Calculations command 06:48
Add, Subtract, Offset, and Scale 05:54
Prepping an image with the Dodge tool 06:55
Fixing mistakes before they get too big 06:32
Painting in the Overlay mode 05:51
Exaggerating and selecting flesh tones 07:39
Smudge, Median, and the Blur tool 06:59
Masking low-contrast details 06:07
Creating a flesh-and-clothing mask 05:45
Masking and compositing the foreground 05:27
Finessing the final composition 07:39
3. Everything About the Pen Tool
Connecting the dots 01:40
The Pen tool and the Paths panel 06:32
Drawing a straight-sided outline 06:31
Editing a path outline 06:36
Adding and editing smooth points 05:35
Creating vector masks with the shape tools 04:59
Building a complex outline from shapes 04:26
Subtracting and transforming shapes 06:45
Cloning, flipping, and combining shapes 08:58
Roughing in non-symmetrical paths 07:41
Finessing a complex outline 09:15
Masking a layer effect 08:26
Isolating an image element 06:08
Smooth points and control handles 09:03
Stretching curved segments 07:49
Using the Rubber Band option 09:33
Drawing smooth points with the Pen tool 06:59
Shading an isolated object 03:45
Drawing cusp points 07:14
Setting points in the pasteboard 09:57
Using the Convert Point tool 06:42
4. Blend Modes Revealed
Everything you need to know about blending 01:45
Photoshop CS5’s blend modes 07:21
Cycling between blend modes 06:15
Darken and Lighten and their derivatives 06:03
The blend mode shortcuts 08:06
The Multiply and Burn modes 04:28
The Screen and Dodge modes 06:00
How opposite blend modes work 08:24
Why Multiply darkens and Divide lightens 05:23
Cleaning up a client’s bad art 05:03
Dropping out a white background 05:56
Blending inside blend modes 08:03
Overlay, Soft Light, and Hard Light 06:26
Vivid, Linear, and Pin Light (and Hard Mix) 06:35
Difference, Exclusion, Subtract, and Divide 07:34
Great uses for the Difference mode 06:18
Promising uses for the Divide mode 09:06
Hue, Saturation, Color, and Luminosity 07:00
Blending an inverted layer 03:32
The “Fill Opacity Eight” 07:25
Making bad blend modes good 05:16
Making a knockout layer 06:53
Blending in the CMYK mode 08:03
Overprinting black text 08:29
Using the Luminance slider 05:24
Parametric luminance masking 06:21
Adjusting the behavior of luminance effects 10:08
5. The Power of Smart Objects
Smart Objects = protective containers 01:35
Placing an Illustrator graphic 06:30
Vector copy and paste options 06:56
Applying Puppet Warp to vectors 08:09
“Gluing” vector art for Puppet Warp 05:50
Warping art onto the surface of an image 08:07
Blending a Smart Object 04:30
Blurring and blending a Smart Object 06:08
Making changes in Illustrator 05:57
Creating “true clones” 07:18
Double-flipping text 04:44
Applying effects to multiple layers 03:24
Updating true clones in one operation 07:36
Editing JPEGs as Camera Raw objects 05:49
Creating a double-exposure effect 07:15
Masking and shading transitions 07:47
Applying and repeating Camera Raw edits 06:09
Copying vs. cloning a Smart Object 05:18
Flipping a Smart Object and its mask 03:42
Adjusting multiple Camera Raw clones 03:53
Text that inverts everything behind it 05:34
6. Nondestructive Smart Filters
This time, “smart” means dynamic 01:37
Introducing Smart Filters 06:28
Traditional High Pass sharpening 05:17
Smart High Pass in the Lab mode 07:57
Sharpening a high-frequency image 07:46
Retroactively reducing noise 07:31
Which filters are Smart Filters? 06:20
Shadows/Highlights as a Smart Filter 04:37
Nesting one Smart Object inside another 07:11
Drawing a mask from a nested Smart Object 08:07
Better Shadows/Highlights inside Lab 09:16
Tempering saturation values in Lab 07:00
Filtering live, editable text 09:02
Enhancing filters with layer effects 04:33
Applying a filter multiple times 05:00
Creating a synthetic star field 07:07
Making a stucco or drywall pattern 06:28
Land, sea, and clouds 08:30
7. The Bristle and Mixer Brushes
Photoshop’s advanced painting tools 02:03
Canvas texture and brush libraries 06:40
Painting with a predefined custom brush 09:21
Dissecting a custom brush 11:09
Designing and using a custom brush 04:54
Saving and loading brush presets 05:27
The ten styles of bristle brushes 09:47
Size, Spacing, and Angle 07:02
Using the Bristle Brush preview 07:53
Bristles, Length, Thickness, and Stiffness 06:53
Stylus tilt and mouse behavior 05:25
Stroking a path outline with a brush 04:00
Troubleshooting a stylus 05:49
Introducing the Mixer Brush 07:22
The Load, Mix, and Wet values 05:01
Cleaning and loading a brush 06:26
Shading a piece of graphic art 06:34
Shading with color 07:53
Mixing a photographic portrait 06:11
Tracing the fine details in an image 05:52
Crosshatching and brush size 05:53
Covering up and augmenting details 07:36
Painting in hair and fabric 05:54
Painting and scaling very fine hairs 08:07
Adding texture with the Emboss filter 08:31
Exploiting a “happy accident” 02:46
8. Auto-Align, Auto-Blend, and Photomerge
Artificial intelligence that works 01:22
The Auto-Align Layers command 07:25
The Auto-Blend Layers command 03:54
Masking auto-aligned layers 04:50
The Geometric Distortion setting 06:44
The Seamless Tones and Colors checkbox 04:08
Creating the best possible layer mask 09:18
Auto-blending depths of field 05:54
Finessing masks, accepting imperfections 06:29
Shooting and downsampling panorama images 05:54
Introducing the Photomerge command 06:40
Evaluating the Layout settings 06:47
Loading, aligning, and blending with Photomerge 05:36
Tracing and extracting seams 07:18
Adding a masked element into a panorama 05:55
Simplifying and correcting a panorama 05:58
Smart Filters and nondestructive cropping 06:43
9. High Dynamic Range (HDR Pro)
The most mysterious of mysterious topics 02:29
Introducing HDR Toning 06:43
Reigning in clipped highlights 05:54
The Local Adaptation options 09:05
Nondestructive editing with HDR Toning 08:22
Using the HDR Toning Curve 07:02
HDR Toning vs. Shadows/Highlights 06:00
Merging multiple exposures 07:14
A first look at HDR Pro 06:24
Removing ghosts, correcting backlighting 07:11
Generating and editing an HDR comp 07:00
HDR rendered to completion 05:19
10. Actions and Batch Processing
Processing hundreds of files in no time 01:43
Creating an action set 06:37
Making an action 07:07
Stop, Delete, and Record 07:12
Add, Undo, and Rerecord 06:40
Playing and testing an action 06:31
Playing and editing a specific operation 06:39
Permitting the user to change settings 04:58
Explaining an action with a custom stop 05:00
Batch-processing multiple images 07:22
Adding a Save As operation 06:34
Creating an action to save web graphics 07:59
Batching two actions into one 07:15
Saving and loading actions 05:30
11. Conclusion
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