Photoshop CC 2015 Tutorials


Welcome back to another very exciting tutorial,
here, at the PhotoshopTrainingChannel.com. My name is Jesus Ramirez and you can find
me on Twitter @JRfromPTC. In this video, we’re going to take a look
at some of the top new features that Adobe Photoshop CC 2015. There’s actually some big
changes in this release, especially if you’re a designer. But there’s still something new
for everyone as well. After you watch this tutorial, don’t forget to head over to my
website PhotoshopTrainingChannel.com or you can type in my new short URL PTCvids.com,
and read all about the smaller changes not covered in this video. Okay. Now, let’s check out the new features
in Adobe Photoshop CC 2015. One new feature that photographers are going to enjoy is the
Dehaze feature, and I’m going to show you how it works with this image. This is a photograph
I took in Costa Rica, and, as you can see, it contains a lot of haze, and what I’m going
to do is I’m going to convert it into a Smart Object, then I’m going to apply the Camera
Raw Filter. If you have a raw file, you can just open up your raw file directly from Adobe
Bridge and you’ll open up Camera Raw, and this is what it looks like. If you click on
the fx icon, you’ll see this new slider called Dehaze. If you click and drag over to the
left, you can add haze. If you click and drag to the right, you’ll decrease the haze, and
I’m going to drag this all the way up to 100, then I’m going to press OK. Photoshop, then, goes and removes as much
haze as it can. We can actually apply that filter again. So if I go into Filter, Camera
Raw Filter, I’m going to try to remove more of that haze. So I’m going to click on the
fx icon again, and drag this over to the right even further, so, maybe, right about here.
If we go too far, the image might be a little too dark, but that may not work. So, I’m actually
going to leave that there, and I’m just going to press OK. So, if I click on this eye icon
next to the Smart Filter, you’ll see the before and the after. As you can see, it’s a big
difference, and we achieved this result, simply by dragging the slider to the right. Another new feature in Camera Raw and I’m
[00:02:14] one, is the addition of the Black and White sliders and localized adjustments.
Let me show you how those works. I’m going to add yet another Camera Raw filter, and
this time I’m going to use the Paint Brush Tool, and I’m just going to paint in this
area here, and you’ll see that there is now a Black and White Adjustment Slider on a localized
adjustment. So I can play with the Black and Whites of that particular area, or I can paint
on other areas to continue with the Black and White adjustments. I’m just going to cancel
that because I didn’t really want to apply that effect to this particular image, but
I did want to bring up those sliders to your attention. In this video, I’m going to show you one of
the new features found in Photomerge, which is the Content-Aware checkbox. Let me show
you how that works. I’m going to go into File, Automate, Photomerge, and I’m going to select
several images to create a panoramic shot. So I have these photographs, here, that I
took in Costa Rica. I’m going to press OK, and I have my raw files in Photomerge. The
new checkbox is down here, Content-Aware Fill Transparent Areas. This means that Photoshop
will look at the transparent areas that are created while merging these images, and fill
it with content-aware. I’m going to press OK, and Photoshop is going to analyze the
images and create one single panoramic shot. This is going to take some time because I’m
working with high resolution raw files. Okay. Photoshop has completed creating the
panoramic shot, and you’ll notice that the areas that were filled in with content-aware
are currently selected. If you look off to the side here, the topmost layer has, in parentheses,
the word merge. That means Photoshop took all the images that created this panorama,
merged it into a layer, and filled in these areas with content-aware. That way, we have
no transparent pixels. And, as you can see, Photoshop did a really good job. I’m going
to press Ctrl D, Command D on the Mac, to Deselect, and I’m going to Zoom In to the
image, and you’ll see, that in pretty much every area, Photoshop did a really good job
at generating those pixels. The only place that you might notice that it’s not 100% accurate
is in the shingles, here, on top of the roof. It would be best if we, maybe, clone from
one of these areas, and then, just add some of these back in there, like so. I’m going
to Zoom Out, and what you can do now is take advantage of another new feature in Photoshop,
which we looked at earlier, which is the Dehaze feature. So I’m going to go into the Camera
Raw Filter, so I can apply Camera Raw as a filter, and I can go into the fx icon and,
maybe, Dehaze this image a little bit; that way brings out some of the clouds and water,
and, maybe, come back into my basic adjustments, and brighten up those shadows, so we can get
a little more detail. I’m going to press OK, and, now, we have our final image. One tool that got another feature added to
it was the Content Aware Move Tool. With the Content Aware Move Tool, you can now scale
your selections. So I’m going to click on the Content Aware Move Tool found nested under
Spot Healing Brush Tool, and I’m going to make a selection of the contents I want to
move. After you make your selection, you can Click and Drag him, so I’m going to place
him back here, and I’m going to scale him down. I’m going to hold Shift to keep it constraint,
and, maybe, about that size, and find an appropriate place to place him, maybe, right about here.
Press Enter. I’m going to press Ctrl D to Deselect, Command D on the Mac, and, now,
he’s further back than he was before. So, the ability to scale with the Content Aware
Move Tool is one of the new additions. I’m going to Undo that change and I’m going to
bring him back to his original location, and I want to talk about two other enhancements
in Photoshop. The first one is with the Healing Brush Tool.
If you use the Healing Brush Tool, you can see the adjustments happen on the fly. You
don’t have to wait till you finish painting over the selection you want to adjust. So
you can see how that Healing Brush Tool is going to affect your Photograph, by the way.
And this is the same thing in Photoshop CS6 Extended. Notice that we only get the preview,
but we don’t actually get the result until we release the mouse button after painting
over the area. I’m going to Undo these changes, and what I’m going to do now is I’m going
to show you how much quicker the Healing Brush Tool is. So, I have the Healing Brush Tool, and I’m
just going to start painting the areas that I want to heal and I’m going to release. Notice
how much faster that was and how much better it was in Photoshop CS6 Extended, using the
same tool. And I can click once more to get rid of that dot there in the middle. So, the
Content Aware Tool is much faster and better than before. One of my favorite additions
to Photoshop CC 2015 is the Addition to Noise in the Blur Gallery. To show you how that
works, we’re going to use this image here that I took in Costa Rica. If we Zoom In,
we see that there is some Noise in the Photograph. If I Zoom out and apply a Blur Gallery effect,
Iris Blur, and I can center my blur on the raccoon. I’m just going to bump the blur way
up so you can see how this works. If I Zoom In, and I accidentally moved the blur off
of him, so I just move back, but if I Zoom In, you’ll see that the blurry areas lost
the noise; of course, the image is blurred. But in Photoshop CC 2015, we have the Noise
Panel. If you click on that, you can add Grain, and you can increase the amount of Grain in
trying to match the digital grain on to the grain that was originally in the image. You
can, maybe, decrease the size. I think this grain looks just a little bit smaller, and
you can play around with the amount of grain till you find something that matches, and
when you’re done, you can simply press OK, and, now, your blur will be more realistic
because it contains some of that film grain that the original image contained. A new addition to Photoshop CC 2015 the designers
are going to enjoy is the Glyphs Panel. It’s very similar to the Glyphs Panel in other
Adobe Applications like in Design. To bring up the Glyphs Panel, you need to go into Window,
and click on Glyphs. And the Glyph Panel comes up, and what you can do with this Panel is
look at all the characters that font contains. This dropdown menu, here, allows you to choose
a font. You can choose the style of that font. We’ll just leave it at Regular for this example,
and then, you can click on the Type Tool and select a character. And you can choose something
like Alternate for Font Selection. This will show you alternates for whatever you currently
have selected, in this case the number zero. So, I can double click on the zero with a
slash through it, to switch that font. Not every character has an alternate character.
For example, if I highlight the letter C, notice that there’s nothing in the alternates.
I can also come into this dropdown menu and choose Entire Font to see all the characters
in that font. Or, I can display them by category, for example, Punctuation, Dashes and Quotes,
Symbols, and Designer Favorites. If you want to add a character, just simply click in the
section where you want to add the character, and double click on the character in the box,
and it will appear on your text. In Photoshop CC 2015, Layer Styles got a major
upgrade. Let me show you how they work. I have two layers hereóa background layer,
which is gray, and a text layer. I’m going to double click off to the side on the text
layer to bring up the Layer Style Window. If you noticed, the left-hand side column
is completely different than it was in previous versions. We, now, have this plus sign next
to some layer styles and we, also, have different icons, here, at the bottom. Let me show you
how they work. In Photoshop CC 2015, you can, now, create multiple instances of the same
layer style, for example, Stroke. I’m going to apply a Stroke. I’m going to make the Stroke
red, and I’m going to change the position to Outside. Then, I’m going to increase the
Size, and, as you can see, my text, now, has a red Stroke. If I click on the plus sign,
I add a second Stroke. There’s one in the top, one in the bottom. The one on top, I
can now switch to, maybe, white, and then, decrease the size, and you’ll see that we
now have two strokesóa white one and a red one. These additional layer styles work a
lot like layers, where the one on top hides the one below it, assuming that Opacity is
100% and Blend Mode is at Normal. You can also click on these layer styles and use the
arrows, here, at the bottom, to change the positioning. So, if I click on the red Stroke,
and then, click on this icon here, it’s going to push it to the top. So, now, the white
Stroke is below the red one. If I increase the Size, you’ll see the white Stroke around
the text, and I can, again, push that one on top of the red one, again, if I want to,
or bring it back down by using these arrows here. You can also delete layer styles, for example,
this white Stroke. If I click on this trashcan icon, I delete that Stroke. I can, actually,
delete the first one as well, and I can, also, delete layer styles that have not been applied,
for example, Bevel and Emboss. In fact, if I click on this fx icon, I can delete hidden
effects, which means that I’ll delete every effect that I have not applied. In this case,
I had no effects applied, so all the layer styles get deleted, but I can easily bring
them back by selecting them from the list. For example, I can choose Stroke again, or,
maybe, Drop Shadow, or I can simply click on Show All Effects, and all the effects come
back. One of the ways that I see these new layer styles being beneficial is with Drop
Shadows. I’m going to disable the Strokes for now and we’re going to work with the Drop
Shadow. But before I do that, I’m going to click on Styles and I’m just going to find
a style that will stylize my text, so I’m going to click on this icon here, and select
Text Effects, then press OK. And the one that I’m looking for is this one, right here. I
just wanted to have a Bevel and a Gradient, just so we can work with something that looks
more like stylized text. And what I’m going to do now is add a Drop
Shadow, and first, I’m going to Click and Drag the shadow, and just put it past the
text. And I’m going to increase the Opacity to about 92%, so it’s really dark, and I’m
going to decrease the size. Then, I’m going to add a second shadow, and the one below
it is going to go out past further, but I’m going to increase the size and bring down
the Opacity. Then, I’m going to create a third shadow, and this one, I’m going to push on
the right side. But, before I do that, I got to make sure that Use Global Light is unchecked,
so let me just put the original back where I had it, which is just right about there.
Use Global Light, and I’m going to Click and Drag this over to the right, bring down the
Opacity even more, and increase the Size, then, I’m going to press OK. If I Zoom In,
you’ll see that the shadows are much more realistic, because, now, I have a darker shadow
closer to the text, which could be something like context shadow, and then, a lighter shadow
outside of that. And then, on the opposite side, have a much lighter shadow. And, in
previous versions of Photoshop, this is sort of the effect that I would have gotten, just
one Drop Shadow. But by stacking shadows together, you get a much more realistic effect. So,
you can get very creative with the new additions to Layer Styles in Photoshop CC 2015. One of the biggest changes in Adobe Photoshop
CC 2015 is the addition of Artboards. Artboards have been around in Illustrator for a really
long time, but they’re now in Photoshop. If you’re not familiar with Art Boards, I’m going
to take a couple of minutes and show you how they work. First, I’m going to show you what
the old process of designing an application would be like, and then, I’ll show you the
benefit of Artboards in that process. I have a quick mockup, here, of an app, and in this
section of the app, we can enter our personal information, and, maybe, we wanted to create
a calendar page. The icon is here. The old way of working is we would take the group,
duplicate it, and then, work from that group. So we can come in with the Text Tool. I’m
going to press T on the keyboard and I would change the title of the page to calendar,
delete the Info folder, because I don’t need it in this page of the app, and then, I will
bring assets from other files, for example, this Calendar file here, so I can click on
the Move Tool, Click and Drag that into the Calendar page that I’m working at now. Now, I have the Info page of my app, and I
have the calendar page. And, besides creating layer comps, or creating more groups, there’s
no real way of having multiple versions of the same thing in one Photoshop file, and
that’s where Artboards come in. They allow you to create different canvasses in one file,
so you can create multiple versions of the same thing. In this example, we are creating
an app, and we want the different versions to be different pages of this app, but, you
could also be designing a website, and you could use one Artboard for the design of the
desktop version, one Artboard for the design of the tablet version, and another Artboard
for the design of the mobile version. So, let me show you how Artboards work. I’m going
to go ahead and delete that new group I created and I’m back to the original file. To create
an Artboard, you can go into File, New, and then, the new window under the document type,
you can select Artboard. But, I’m not going to do that. I just wanted to show you that
that was there. You could also go into the Layer Menu, go
to New, and you can create an Artboard, which is the same thing as you would have gotten
from the file New Menu. You can also create an Artboard from groups in Artboards from
Layers. Currently, I have this Info group, so I’m going to select Artboard from Group,
and notice that the canvass completely changed. Now, we have this white in the background,
and we have the word Info right above our Artboard. You can see our Artboard, here,
Info. If I’ll click on this, you’ll see the contents of my Artboard. I’m going to go ahead
and duplicate this Artboard, and I can do that several ways. One of the easiest ways
is by having the Artboard Tool selected, which is nested under the Move Tool, and you can
hold Alt, Option on the Mac, Click and Drag that over. If you hold Shift, you keep it
on the same horizontal line, and then, release. So, now, I have two Artboards. I have the
Info Artboard and the Info copy Artboard. Notice the Layers panel Info copy. I can change
the name of that to Calendar, and notice that the name changes right above the Artboard.
So we know exactly what Artboard we’re working with. If I click on one of the Artboards,
you’ll notice the black outline. Then, I can click on the Calendar arrow, delete the Info
section, and I’m going to go ahead and bring in the Calendar group that contains the graphic. I’m going to select the Move Tool, Click and
Drag that over on to the Calendar Artboard. Notice that when I released the Calendar graphic,
it gets cut off here. That’s because this is a lot like a canvass, where it’s contained
in this area. I can, actually, Click and Drag this over on to the Info Artboard, if I want
to, but I don’t want it here because this graphic belongs on the Calendar Artboard,
so I’m going to click on that and drag it back over on to the Artboard that we’re working
with. If you noticed, when I was moving that group around, you saw it change from the Calendar
Artboard on to the Info Artboard. I’m going to go ahead and do that again so you can see
that. I’m going to Click and Drag this over on to the Info Artboard. Notice that it disappears
from the Calendar. I’m going to go ahead and open up the Info Artboard so we can see the
contents, and you can see the Calendar folder in here. I can also Click and Drag that over
on to the Calendar Artboard, and it’s now in this Artboard. Notice that it did not stay
outside of the Artboard hidden; it brought it back to the center of the Artboard. Notice
what happens if I Click and Drag this to the top right of the Calendar Artboard, and I
Click and Drag the group on to the Info Artboard. It’s in the same position that we had it on
the Calendar Artboard. So I’m going to Click and Drag that Calendar group, and put it where
it belongs, and put that here. So I’m going to Zoom Out, and now we have two pages of
our app in the same file. I can go ahead and create even more Artboards if I wanted to.
I’m going to click on the Artboard Tool, Click and Drag while holding Alt to create a third
page. I can keep creating as many Artboards as I need that will represent my app, and
that way, we’ll have all the assets of my design on one file. Another way of creating an Artboard is by
using the Artboard Tool. You can Click and Drag, and just make an Artboard. If you’re
unhappy with the size, you can always click on the handles and adjust the size, or adjust
the positioning of that Artboard, and with the Art Tool selected in the Options panel,
you can click and select a custom size. For example, we’re working on the iPhone 6 size
currently, so I would select that. But, I can also choose something else, maybe, like
a web size 1280 by 800, and I could place that on here, if I wanted to. You can also
press the delete key to delete an Artboard. Before I finish up our Artboard sample, quickly,
I would like to show you one thing. If you use Artboards with Smart Objects, then, you
really increase your productivity. I have this Smart Object here called “Main color.”
If I Click and Drag that off to the side, I can, now, double click on the main color
smart object, and it’s going to open up this solid color, that is the blue that we’re using.
If I double click on it, and, maybe, select red, press OK, and I can go into File, Save,
come back into the Artboard sample psd that I’m working with, you’ll notice that the red
is now applied to my design. And the way I did that is by duplicating the Smart Object,
and either clipping it to something else, for example, I’m going to clip it to the date.
So I’m going to press Ctrl Alt G, and clip it to the Calendar group. Notice that, now,
that red is applied. So, when you duplicate a Smart Object, you create another instance
of that same Smart Object. So if you change the color or make an adjustment to one Smart
Object, it affects all the others. I’ll do that one more time just so you can see. I’m going to click on the main color Smart
Object. I’m going to press Ctrl J to duplicate it, and, now, I’m going to go into the Calendar,
and put that under the Ellipse copy that I have here, and, also, clip that by pressing
Ctrl Alt G. Notice how, now, the red is applied on to that circle. If I come back into any
of the Smart Objects, I don’t necessarily have to click on the main color Smart Object.
They’re all the same, really. I’m going to click on one of the duplicates here. It brings
me back into that solid that I was working with and I can change the color to, maybe,
green this time, and I’m going to press Ctrl S, Command S on the Mac, to Save, and come
back into my Artboards, and all the Artboards get updated, simply by using a Smart Object,
and the new Artboards in Photoshop. Photoshop CC 2015 has a new way in which you
can save your files. You no longer have the Save for the Web menu option. Instead, you
have this Export option here. You can click on Export As to bring up the Export window,
and you can export your files as png, jpg, png-8, gif and spg. After you select you format,
then you can adjust the quality with Height and Scale of the images that you’re exporting.
If you have multiple Artboards, you can set different settings for each of the Artboards
so I can, for example, leave this one as a jpeg and this next one as a png. Then I can
click on the Export button, and I can decide where I want to save this image in my computer.
I’m going to go ahead and cancel that for now, and I’m going to cancel this as well.
If you do miss the Save for the Web, you can still access that. You can go into File, Export,
Save for the Web Legacy, click on that, and it brings up the old Save for the Web window
that you’re used to. I’m going to go ahead and cancel this. You also have Export Preferences. You can
reach them here under Export, Export Preferences, and you can select the Quick Export format
in png, jpeg. And, depending on what option you select, you’ll get different settings.
For example, with jpeg, you get quality, and where you’re going to do the Quick Export
to, you can ask where to export each time, or export those files into an asset folder
where the current document resides. I’m going to cancel this. I’m going to go into File,
Export, and I can do a Quick Export, and the settings that I have under Export Preferences
will apply, and that’s where those files will go. And this is a new way in which you can
export your files in Photoshop. In this release of the Creative Cloud, Adobe released a new
service. It is called Adobe Stock. It is a place where you can purchase stock photos
and illustrations. And the reason we’re going to talk about it in this video is because
it integrates really good with Photoshop, so I’ll show you how that works. But, before we go any further, I just want
to explain that, at least, at the time of this recording, this is not a free service
for the Creative Cloud. Currently, it’s $29 a month, and you get 10 images. If you are
not a member of the Creative Cloud, you can still get Adobe Stock, but it’s $49.99 a month.
And what I’m about to show you wouldn’t apply because you need Photoshop CC 2015 in order
to do what I’m about to show you, so I just wanted to throw that out there. This may change,
but, at least, at the time of this recording, this is what it is. So, pricing aside, this
is, actually, a very good addition to Photoshop, I believe, if you’re a designer, you could
probably buy a lot of stock images. And, let me show you how it works, and it how it integrates
with Photoshop. Maybe we were looking for stock images of
clouds, so I’m just going to type in the word clouds, I’m going to click on go, and you’re
going to get a whole bunch of pictures of clouds. If you see an image that you like,
maybe, like this one, you can hover over this down pointing arrow, and you can save a preview
to your desktop, but even better yet, you can create a new creative cloud library, and
I’ll just call this library “clouds,” and I’m just going to click on the plus button,
and it’s going to create the library and save this image on to my library. I can keep looking
at different photos, maybe this one. This is another nice one, so I’ll click on that,
and, now, it’s going to save it into my clouds library. And I can save as many images as
I want on to my creative cloud library. If I go back into Photoshop, you’ll see that
under Libraries, I have the clouds library. So I can click on that and you’ll see that
I only have one other library called “my library” and the one I just created, “clouds,” and
the images that I selected. So I can use any one of these on any project that we’re working
with. So let me just create a new file here. So, I’m just going to create that. I can click
on any one of these, Click and Drag those over on to the composition. Photoshop is going
to tell us that this is going to be a Linked Smart Object, and that’s because these files
are going to contain a water mark. We haven’t purchased a photograph yet. We can, actually, start creating a composition
using these images with water marks, and when we’re ready to purchase them, we can, and
we get the full resolution image. What I’m going to do now is I’m just going to click
on the Crop Tool, and I’m just going to Crop this and match the size, and what I’m going
to do now is, maybe, I can take this second image, and just put it on top of that, and
we can just make a really quick design out of this. I’m just going to make a selection,
and I’m going to mask that out by holding Alt, Option on the Mac, masking that out,
and bringing this layer down, and this one back up. So, now, we have a composition based
on these images. And, actually, I’ll move this one over a bit, just so it matches the
sun. If you decide that you like the composition and you want to use these images, you can
right click and select License Image, and Photoshop will automatically download a high
resolution version of this file, and replace it with this Linked Smart Object. If you,
however, merge all the layers; I just selected all of them by holding Shift and clicking
on all the layers, then pressing Ctrl E to Merge, now, we have one layer. By doing so,
we lost Linked Smart Object. So, at this point, even if I licensed the image, I will have
to recreate the entire composition again. So I’m just going to Undo the flattening of
the file, and just mention that if you decide to make compositions this way, make sure that
they’re Linked Smart Objects to the cloud, and you can see the icon here, reminding you
that it’s still a Linked Smart Object to the Creative Cloud. That way, if you do decide
to keep the images, you can just do the swap with the high resolution images. And that’s it for this video. I hope that
you enjoyed it and that you learned something new. If you have any questions, please leave
them down below, and I’ll talk to you, again, next time.

100 Replies to “Photoshop CC 2015 Tutorials”

  1. I literally JUST began, so I'm still kinda figuring things out.
    When I enter, there is no canvas to draw on.
    Is this normal? .~.

  2. Thanks for your tutorial! I've upgraded to 2015 but I don't really know the new functions. Could you please tell me what FONT TYPE you use in the calendar? Thanks!

  3. Can someone clarify  about opening up Raw files and converting to Jpeg??? please? I just brought this system and I am lost.

  4. Please make a tutorial on how to add effects to our images like in the song Linkinpark's waiting for the end..please man…

  5. I am having trouble finding everything in the panels, like, navigating the different options, tools and so on. For example, on the right side, there are no layers for me anymore….Where have they gone? And how do I set it up the way I prefer?

  6. Hello Photoshop Training Channel,
    iam sorry to post this here but I am Having Trouble with making a png gradient image in photoshop CC 2015 as a slice for me to repeat in my web design everytime i do i get borders on top and the bottom when i zoom in its a cross browser compatibility site iam trying to make and all my code is right i belive its in my photoshop program and i dunno where to turn. I need someones help please. thanks.

  7. Hey, can i put my bike on the treadmill? I want to tune my bike and as a thumbnail i want to have a pic of my bike on the treadmill. Is that even possible? Thx!

  8. is there a certain name for the intro you used in the beginning of your video? i kinda wanted to mimic the same intro but don't know how

  9. Very happy to have found this tutorial. Thank you for this excellent overview of PS CC 15. I've been working with PS for some time now, and didn't realize there were so many changes with CC 15.

  10. In my CC-2015, I don't have the DeHaze feature in the Camera Raw Filter.

    What do I do to get this feature?

  11. I admire the way you teach! Thank you for the great video. Several days ago I needed learn something like that. The tutor I found on Vis-a-Vis (mobile app), saved me.

  12. Hi Jesus, When using the clone tool, why would the picture I am working on begin moving when I apply the clone tool? Do I have a setting that I should have turned on/off? Please advise.

  13. As always Jesus, informative and innovative. I will have some fun with these new features. Your videos are great!

  14. Sir Yours videos is very nice.
    Language is very clear and understandable.
    Mostly what happen that those who belong others country ,they facing language problems.
    but yours each and every words so clear and easily can be understood .
    Many Many thanks.

  15. how do i know if my Photoshop CC is actually the 2015 version? the title bar only says "Photoshop CC" whereas the tutorials show "Photoshop CC 2015"

  16. When I come to camera raw and klick's on the fx button that doesn't shows up? It's other stuff that's showing, and my program says Adobe Photoshop CC 2015

  17. Can you also animate with this software? I've seen animating tutorials using Photoshop CS6 EXTENDED, but when I look into Photoshop CC it seems it's only used for photo editing.

  18. this video is awesome as im doing a design and media course and this video helps me alot and learnt me things i dont know – so helpful

  19. I have a question if that’s ok.  While showing how to use the Healing Brush Tool around 7 minutes and 21 seconds, we see the object being selected turns dark as you brush the screen to select what you want to heal.  When I do it, it just draws a line as I move the mouse.  What am I doing wrong?  I’ve already tried other things like holding down other keys at the same time (such as Ctrl, Alt, Shift, and combination thereof) but nothing mimics what you are showing.  I have Adobe Photoshop CC 2015.0.1. If it’s not too much trouble to respond, I would really appreciate it.  Thanks for your help and the great tutorials!  Jay

  20. Hey Thanks For this Tutorial.
    i just want to know how to change all screens color using smart object in art board i didn't get that point, please suggest me how to do that.

  21. it is a good lesson, i learn something from this one. THANK YOU. but am in need of CANON CAMERA. am in Tanzania

  22. plz help me bro
    my problem is I open my Photoshop then I double click for open file manneger for pickup a photo then Photoshop crash

  23. I need help to draw in it, I want to make an animation using the timeline but when I try to play it, the art comes out all pixelly and stuff and it looks really messy. I haven't gotten used to making new frames and stuff because I am focussing on drawing in it so I can do frames and stuff so some tips on making new frames too would be helpful

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