Learn Photoshop in 5 MINUTES! Beginner Tutorial

Learn Photoshop in 5 MINUTES! Beginner Tutorial

In this video I’ll show the basics on starting to use Adobe Photoshop and some tools and effects used to edit photos!
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50 replies
  1. Amanda Spears
    Amanda Spears says:

    Ugh. I am just so spoiled with the ease of photoshop elements. This pscc just seems very frustrating to me.i can’t find anything. Lol

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  2. Wedgie Miller
    Wedgie Miller says:

    Loved this, thank you, Sometimes when you speak its too fast and hard to understand because of you’re accent, for instance in the first part of the tutorial you either said "control J, Control 8, Control A" they all sounded possible. An easy fix would be to add text over you voice post production to clarify. Thanks again for the amazing content, sorry for the elaborate message.

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  3. Scarlett Finney
    Scarlett Finney says:

    Is there a video out there that shows step-by-step how to begin using Adobe Photoshop?  It would be nice to be able to follow along with a side-by-side Photoshop image of your own right next to the tutorial so that you can learn as you go.  How can anyone learn to use Photoshop when the tutors talk so fast or are incomprehensible?  Just sayin’!

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  4. maryelin catire
    maryelin catire says:

    How to use adobe photoshop.Nice Video! Excuse me for chiming in, I am interested in your opinion. Have you ever tried – Riddleagan Made Masterpiece Remedy (just google it)? It is a good exclusive product for learning professional photo editing without the hard work. Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my cousin finally got great success with it.

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  5. A S A P C A I L L O U
    A S A P C A I L L O U says:

    The "Undo" and "Redo" functions in photoshop are totally different from any other computer program I’ve used. Under "Edit", it will show either "Undo" or "Redo" as an option but never both. So how would I go about toggling back and forth between changes I’ve made to see which version I like better?

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  6. Infinite Axel/ Axel Gaming
    Infinite Axel/ Axel Gaming says:

    THX Mate, managed to pass the Adobe Certification Test using this video and many other on youtube.

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  7. A. P.
    A. P. says:

    i haven’t worked on Photoshop in a while and i needed a refresher. this was just perfect and you didnt have a thick Indian accent. thanks

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  8. isaiah brown
    isaiah brown says:

    This was literally Photoshop in a breeze like i been lookin for good videos then BAM THIS!!! PERFECT!!! THANK YOU!!! 🙏🏾✊🏾

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  9. BTS IS LIFEU
    BTS IS LIFEU says:

    Thank you. The Adobe photoshop tarpaulin contest would be starting in an hour now. And I still have no idea what to do 😂 So yeah, this helped a lot.

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  10. Kerreesa Allen
    Kerreesa Allen says:

    This video seems helpful to someone who has some exposure to photoshop but not for the person who has not. It’s moving quickly and doesn’t allow a true beginner to grasp the information being presented. Slowing down and introducing each topic/function before diving in would have made a difference. Photoshop in 10 or 15 minutes for beginners might be more realistic for the real beginner.

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  11. Trevor Langas
    Trevor Langas says:

    Boom! In the first 45 seconds, I’ve learned more than some of the other 30 minute long tutorials! Thank you.
    Although, I don’t think this was geared towards beginners. It does show the basics (which is what I wanted), but beginners would be lost.

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  12. Lawrence Chung
    Lawrence Chung says:

    Hi! Thanks for the tutorial above. Wondering if you could provide a tutorial about how to remove a selection of a photo and makes transparent. E.g. a photo frame.

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  13. Hazuki Kimura
    Hazuki Kimura says:

    this "5 minutes" tutorial turned into 30 minutes for me because I have to keep pausing, and rewinding certain parts while trying these stuff lmao

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