It is Adobe Photoshop’s 25 Anniversary. I began started using Photoshop in version 4.0 which was pretty archaic compared to what we have now. But here is a fun video of well-known experts trying to go back to version 1.0 to do some simple tasks. I especially love Julieanne Kost in this video and her last statement especially.
And then below are some of my training videos showing the current version of Photoshop CC .
And maybe you’ve seen this awesome ad by Adobe celebrating 25 years of Photoshop.
See some of the newest features in Adobe Photoshop CC.
Here are some of my training videos showing some of the newest features of Photoshop CC. You can see all of my Photoshop training videos here (more advanced videos are for members). And more are being added all the time.
See Perspective Warm in Photoshop CC
See how to use this cool feature which is great for when you’re building multi-image composites.
See Linking and Embedding in Photoshop CC
Linking and Embedding in Photoshop CC is great for album designs when you know there might be changes.
See Photoshop’s Camera Shake Reduction
With Camera Shake Reduction, you can remove that blur caused by camera shake.
Finishing An Image Using Bry’s Photoshop Actions
Actions make quick work in Photoshop, and my actions are pretty powerful. AND, they don’t screw up your current layers because no matter how complicated the action is, it simply adds one layer to whatever you’re working on. That way you can always fade it back or even delete it. See how I use them in these videos below and note that all my bundled items in the store are at show prices for the next few days. Plus take 15% more off with coupon code “SUCCESS.”
Adobe Creative Cloud Special for Photographers
Do you have the newest version of Photoshop and Lightroom? There are a few options for Creative Cloud, but as a photographer, if you’re not going to use all the other programs in the Creative Cloud suite, then the photography plan for only $9.99 is for you. To get Photoshop and Lightroom as a bundle for only $9.99/mo, click here…