Completed our photoshop workshop and want to refresh? Below are video tutorials of every exercise and more from our workshop, including links to the images used in the exercises. Download the images, start the video and learn some simple but effective photoshop techniques!
TUTORIAL 1 – Bring out photo details
Learn how to make subtle changes to an image, to really bring out it’s hidden details or to give your image a completely different feeling and effect.
Woman and street image
TUTORIAL 2 – Create a photo collage
Learn how to use creative selected areas to duplicate lower layers. This technique can give such cool results in only a few clicks.
Cloud image #1
Cloud image #2
Cloud image #3
Cloud image #4
TUTORIAL 3 – Magic erasing
Photoshop’s cloning and healing tools are like magic. Learn how to erase elements in an image without leaving a trace.
Woman on bicycle image
Bicycle and forest image
TUTORIAL 6 – Add a wing to a ballerina
Learn how to copy and paste a wing onto an existing image of a ballerina. This tutorial shows how creative image choice can give you detail and realism that is super easy to achieve.
TUTORIAL 7 – Create a transparent logo
A logo, object or graphic with a transparent background means you can add it over many other images and have it look very professional. Learn how to trim and edit an existing logo to be transparent in this tutorial.
Mountain logo image
TUTORIAL 8 – Shrink and image
Large images are great, but they can be difficult to work when sending multiple files, or if you’d just like smaller versions for specific uses. This tutorial explains image size, and how to easily shrink and image while keeping it looking detailed.
TUTORIAL 9 – What is image resolution and quality?
Image resolution and size is a bit confusing to understand. This video explains in simple terms how to get the most out working with larger images.
TUTORIAL 10 – Poster design
This tutorial shows how you can create a dynamic promo poster for a movie or tv series, using basic stock images and creative layer adjusting. Follow along with your own stock images and it should work great.