Adobe Photoshop CC Beginner Tutorial: Intro Guide to the Basics (Learn How to use CC 2017)

Adobe Photoshop CC Beginner Tutorial: Intro Guide to the Basics (Learn How to use CC 2017)

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Learn How to use Photoshop with this basic intro tutorial for beginners using CC versions. This tutorial gives a general guide to the basic windows, workspaces, and features in Photoshop for those who are just getting started learning the software. I am using Photoshop CC 2017, however this guide will apply to most all versions.

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50 replies
  1. ath
    ath says:

    great video, we have to use photoshop for my arts class and i freaked out when i knew that but this was very informative, not gonna lie though i had to repeat some parts cuz i was not paying attention lol this is just like class miss 1 second and struggle for the rest thank god its a video haha , i’ll definitely check out your videos for some tools since its arts class lol, THANK U SO MUCH I APPRECIATE THE WORK XD

    Reply
  2. Corixian
    Corixian says:

    ANOTHER TIP: If you want to move something but keep it on the same horizontal or vertical plane, hold down shift and drag down​, up, left, or right, and it will stay on the same plane

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  3. Glenda Obando
    Glenda Obando says:

    Thanks, you don’t know how many tutorials don’t start with the basics, especially with the new version’s start page or how to start a "New" document/PSD and the options.

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  4. Dad man
    Dad man says:

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  5. falafelpanda
    falafelpanda says:

    Thank you soo much for this. It really has cleared up things in the simplest way possible and for that I really am thankfull. Keep up the good work and I will surely check out your other tutorials.

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  6. ben buhl
    ben buhl says:

    Dude…don’t you think it might be important to FIRST demonstrate importing images? Seems to me if I go through all the trouble to take images, I might want to import them so that I can in turn, like, do all those manipulations that follow. Just amazing how you skipped over that and went directly to step 2. Thumb down.

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  7. Shamoose
    Shamoose says:

    I’m a highschool freshman in the Web Design Program. Is there a difference between the Student version and the Outsider version?

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  8. Antonie Ng
    Antonie Ng says:

    Hi I know this is a newbie question but would like to know what differentiates each of these programs: Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Lightroom and Premier Pro?

    Thanks guys and thanks for the tutorial Justin!

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  9. Larry Goat Fitzgerald
    Larry Goat Fitzgerald says:

    It doesn’t load the first screen? It takes me straight to the fucking editor when I have nothing to edit yet.

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  10. Sarah S
    Sarah S says:

    Of all the Photoshop How-To videos I have trawled through in the past few days this is by far the best. Superb clarity in an ocean of blah!

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  11. Jacqueline Carolus
    Jacqueline Carolus says:

    Thank you, Justin. This was an awesome explanation for a beginner like myself. I’m definitely going to subscribe and search for your videos when I need it. Thanks!!

    Reply
  12. Cece B
    Cece B says:

    See now this is the type of tutorials that I need. Not many people explain this stuff clearly. Thank you very much for this!!

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  13. Frank Cich
    Frank Cich says:

    Justin, an excellent and true beginner’s tutorial. Well paced, and easier to understand than other videos I have seen. Thank you!

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