Photoshop Masterclass: Top Pro Tips

Tips and Advice
Join Paul Trani, Adobe principal evangelist, to discover how to use Photoshop on the iPad creatively and learn pro tips and new features on the desktop. In this session, see how easy it is to move work between Photoshop on the iPad and desktop. Learn how to format, control, and transform type on the iPad. Use selections, masks, and adjustment layers on the iPad and then move to the desktop to add overall looks and pro tips for completing images.

Paul Trani is a Principal Worldwide Evangelist for Adobe where he inspires designers everywhere to use their creativity and new technology to create compelling visuals. With over 20 years of experience across 40 countries Paul has become a sought after designer, speaker and presenter on all things design and creative related.

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Chapters
00:00 Start
2:15 How to Edit the Ps Toolbar
3:15 Photoshop Easter Eggs
5:25 Discussing History and Cache
7:30 How to Constrain Layer Thumbnail
12:05 How to Capture Layer Visibility in History
15:30 How to Tile Your Workspace
17:05 How to Create a Smart Object
18:20 Shortcut to Flip Vertically
20:40 Adding an Adjustment Layer
21:45 How to Reset Tool
25:15 How to Find Moved Files
27:35 How to Create a Photoshop Template
30:10 How to Select Last Selection
32:10 Editing Gradients
36:25 How to Stroke Path with Smudge
39:40 Using Remove Background
51:00 How to Sort Layer Types

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