BASIC PHOTOSHOP FOR ARTISTS
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DIGITAL IMAGE EDITING MADE EASYPhotoshop is an invaluable tool for the artist and some form of a photo editing program should a part of any artist's set of tools.
But Photoshop is complex and it can be intimidating to get started. Sure, there are plenty of tutorials available for using the program but most of these are overly complex or just focus on showing you a quick trick without going into any depth.
As artists, we have a very specific set of needs when it comes to using the program. And we don’t have to know every single feature of the program in order to accomplish our goals.
We need to know how to enhance our photo references without making them appear manipulated, how to remove or move subjects within a scene, how to resize them, and how to crop our images to make our compositions stronger. We may want to lay a grid over the reference or isolate the values and tones so they are easier to recognize. And of course, when our traditional art is complete, we need to know how to make it look its best so that we can share it with potential patrons or clients.
THINK PHOTOSHOP IS TOO COMPLEX?Photoshop is a powerful imaging program, but it doesn't have to be complex. The traditional artist can benefit greatly from what Photoshop has to offer - especially when it comes to preparing and editing photo references or editing finished traditional artworks to share.
- Do you want to learn how to use Photoshop to improve your artistic process?
- Want to learn how to use the basic tools to develop stronger photo references?
- Want to learn how to remove or move subjects within an image?
- Want to learn how to crop images using different tools?
- Do you know how to use the program to make your traditional art look its best?
- Do you want to lay a grid over a photo reference easily?
- Want to use Photoshop to create thumbnail sketches to improve composition?
- Do you want to learn how to do all of this through a simple and straight forward format with all of the complexities removed?
THE COURSE..."Basic Photoshop for Artists" is a video course that shares the basic knowledge that is required for a traditional artist to use Photoshop to meet their needs. It is designed with the artist in mind - someone who knows that the program can bring an added advantage to their art creation process but may be intimidated by the thought of getting started with an overwhelming program like Photoshop. It is designed for the beginner and no assumptions are made. Each of the processes covered are simplified and straight forward with all of the complexities removed. (Basic Photoshop for Artists uses Adobe Photoshop CC.)
15 HIGH DEFINITION VIDEOSEvery step of every process in brilliant clarity.
LEARNING SIMPLIFIED WITH EBOOKSThis course has been designed to accelerate learning by teaching to many different learning styles. Not all of us prefer to learn from watching videos. Some of us prefer to learn from books as well as videos. Each course module includes an illustrated ebook that corresponds with the video. Every step and concept is clearly illustrated and described in each downloadable ebook. The ebooks are a fantastic compliment to the comprehensive videos.
The 15 ebooks combine for a total of 65 pages.
COURSE MODULESHere's what you can expect to learn in this course...
MODULE 2 – Basic Selection Tools. Selection tools make up a large percentage of the tools available in Photoshop and are used frequently. This module covers a few of the section tools that are used most often.
MODULE 3 – Understanding Layers. How to create new layers, delete and arrange them, and use them in Photoshop. Layer transparency is also covered.
MODULE 4 – Cropping Images. How to crop images using the crop tool in Photoshop.
MODULE 5 – Cutting and Pasting - Part 1. How to copy subjects from one image and place them into another image. Part 1.
MODULE 6 – Cutting and Pasting - Part 2. How to copy subjects from one image and place them into another image. Part 2.
MODULE 7 – Adjusting Colors. A look at using layer adjustments to change the color and tone of an image. The Camera Raw filter is also introduced.
MODULE 8 – Removing Objects - Part 1. A look at removing subjects from an image with Photoshop using the Clone Stamp tool.
MODULE 10 – Creating a Grid. A look at laying a grid over a photo reference in a printable form for use with a traditional drawing or painting.
MODULE 11 – Isolating Values. A look at isolating tones in a photo reference to make recognition of values easier.
MODULE 12 – Brush Basics. The basics of using brushes in Photoshop. The brush tool is explored as well as an overview of the brush dynamics and creating your own custom brushes.
MODULE 13 – Thumbnail Sketching. A look at how quickly and easily thumbnail sketches can be developed with Photoshop.
MODULE 14 – Editing Artwork. A look at editing photos of traditional art to make it look its best for sharing with patrons or clients.
MODULE 15 – Saving Files / Conclusion. A look at saving files in various formats and the advantages and disadvantages to each.
HOW OUR COURSES ARE DIFFERENT"Basic Photoshop for Artists" is not an ordinary course that simply illustrates a few "tricks" for using Photoshop. Instead, it has been designed with the traditional artist in mind. Combined with the ebooks, there's simply not another learning experience like it.
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