We are going to look at how to use one of the most common tools in Photoshop, the selection tools. As you begin to create in Photoshop, you will find that one of the most fundamental tools are the selection tools.
The selection tools allows you to make and control particular selections in your canvas area. The created selections work as a focus which will allow you to make a whole series ofcreative decisions.
In this tutorial we are going to look at one of the most common tasks performed in Photoshop: Copy and paste.
As you create in Photoshop and work with multiple documents, you will be performing this task a lot to build your artwork. To copy and paste is a simple task, but as a beginner, it will help to know how to perform this task.
In this video I will also be demonstrating a useful way to transfer creative elements from one document to another.
In Photoshop, one of the most creative tools is the brush tool. As you create in Photoshop you will find the brush tool being used in all sorts of creative scenarios such as drawing, painting, erasing, refining, creating textures and masks.
In this video, I will be introducing you to the brush tool, demonstrating how it works and giving you some tips on what to look out for when using it.
In Photoshop we have a specific tool that can make shapes. This is called the shape tool.
Using this tool over making shapes with the lasso and marquee tools will prove more flexible. In this video, we will be looking at the shape builder tools and I will be demonstrating how to use them.
As you start to get creative you may wish to add type to you compositions. In Photoshop we have the type tool. With all the creative capabilities in Photoshop you have a huge potential to be creative with type.
In this tutorial we are going to be looking at the Type tool. I will be discussing the basic principles of how it works and then we can have a go at creating some examples.