Photoshop CC 2018 Tutorial – Designed for Beginners

Photoshop CC 2018 Tutorial – Designed for Beginners

This video tutorial will show you how to use Photoshop 2018 cc. This beginners Photoshop CC tutorials will show you Photoshops powerful tools and how to get more out of them. This Photoshop training is broken into many small the lesson that you can click on the timestamp below to get to the. Adobe Photoshop CC 2018 is a powerful image editing program that many professionals use.

1:01 Open and create file
3:15 Toolbar, tools and options
4:03 Working Windows
4:50 Zoom tool
5:28 Crop tool
7:27 Transform image in Photoshop CC
9:17 Drawing with brush or pencil
11:33 Spot healing brush
12:42 Healing Brush tool in Photoshop
13:07 Clone Stamp tool in Photoshop
13:46 Blur, Sharpen and Smudge tools
15:00 Dodge, Burn and Sponge tools
16:11 Eraser tool
16:28 Selection Marquee tools
17:14 Lasso Tools
19:25 Magic Wand tool in Photoshop CC
20:50 Insert text in Photoshop
22:47 Insert shapes
23:51 Understanding layers
24:25 Adjustments on layers
25:50 Convert to Smart Objects
26:56 Applying filters in Photoshop
27:34 Working with a green screen in Photoshop
29:06 Saving your project

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50 replies
  1. TALK TRUTH with SHAWNIE
    TALK TRUTH with SHAWNIE says:

    Thank you so much! I just received Photoshop yesterday on computer as a gift from my brother and I was at a loss on how to use it and you really helped me a lot to understand the proper way to operate the program. I will be watching more of your videos, thanks again

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  2. Tricia Dones
    Tricia Dones says:

    Hi! I really liked your tutorial. I would just like to ask how you do the checkered background when cropping? because mine is white

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  3. Video man
    Video man says:

    I have CS5. Next month I will be doing photo restoration full time . PSCC has a lot of tools that would make the restoration easier and better but the problem is it’s a online program.So if my internet goes off I want be able to work on any of my work, and as far as I understand everything is stored in cloud.can I store it on my computer are external drive so if I loose my internet I can finish my project on CS5.

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  4. ohlook
    ohlook says:

    this was SO helpful! i just bought a drawing tablet and this video made my start in digital art seem much less daunting! thank you so much!

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  5. Jackanapes7
    Jackanapes7 says:

    I was getting frustrated with trying to learn Photoshop, but this video looks like it will help a ton. Now I just need to come back to this when my mind is in a better place.

    You take your time, and explain thoroughly what you are doing. That is very helpful for people that have never used Photoshop.

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  6. Omar Omax
    Omar Omax says:

    13:44
    teaching how to use a Photoshop editor and can’t even edit his video right 😛
    anyways , seriously , that was a great video for a beginner like me, many thanks ,it helped a lot .
    well explained in a very short time!!!

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  7. Steven Rigby
    Steven Rigby says:

    just thought I would mention that if you need to undo more than once you press CTRL + ALT + Z. this will let you undo multiple times instead of it flicking between the last move.

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  8. Jan Beard
    Jan Beard says:

    A really helpful tutorial, many thanks for uploading it. Please consider one on the use of brushes, and masking, and updates to latest version, ie any changes to tool buttons &c.

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  9. Lena Koop
    Lena Koop says:

    That was great I’ve been using photoshop for a year and didn’t know anything about some of these tools since I’m such a beginner and barely open PS cause it’s so hard. Can you do more tutorials though? Like I can’t just know how to do these couple things and every other video I’ve watched is not helpful

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  10. Sunshine Creations
    Sunshine Creations says:

    This was really helpful. Also wondering if you have a lesson on cataloguing images. I have an online store where i need to upload my jewellery images with white background. I tried some ideas but looking professional. Possible for you to guide here via a video or redirect if a video already exists on this. i.e editing objects/items with pure white background which can be uploaded to Amazon. Thanks in advance for your help

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  11. Galib Turzaa
    Galib Turzaa says:

    I like your pace…..perfect for me..Those official tutorials are shit and boring in the adobe website, they basically spent 4 min in one tool. Thanks for making it easier and fast.

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  12. Hritika Jaiswal
    Hritika Jaiswal says:

    Hi, this video has given me some confidence of learning PS CC soon, I would request you to upload more videos for beginners on advance level as well.

    Reply
  13. California_Gaming
    California_Gaming says:

    Thanks for this great intro. I just finished getting down lightroom and this really helped me understand the basics of photoshop now. Keep up the great tutorials!

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  14. TheMoon
    TheMoon says:

    26:30 – notice that you could do changes to a single graphical element in the Smart Object by double clicking on the icon of the Smart Object. In that way you will go into a new panel where the elements contained in the Smart Object are separate 🙂

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  15. Aaryn Masangcay
    Aaryn Masangcay says:

    Thank you for sharing! Good tutorial, good information, I definitely got some useful information out of it. Thumbs up!

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  16. Attic Lane
    Attic Lane says:

    One of the most useful 30 mins I’ve spent on You Tube! Thank you for a clear and concise tutorial. Much appreciated by this beginner.

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