Photoshop for Traditional Artists with Chris Legaspi | Part 4: Editing Slides : Chapter 1
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What you will learn
In this series, instructor Chris Legaspi shows you how to use Adobe Photoshop as an artist. This series will be extremely helpful if you have been wondering how to use your traditional artistic skills in a digital medium, but don't exactly know where to begin. Chris will show you everything there is to know about using Photoshop for artists as a beginner, making the often-intimidating program approachable to anyone with any level of computer knowledge. This fourth lesson in the series will go over editing slides of your own work. Chris will show you how you can take an average photo of your artwork and optimize it to its full potential. This will be extremely helpful for anyone wanting to show off their work online, present it in a portfolio, or just to save for your own personal archive. At the end of the lesson, you will have a chance to practice what you've learned through multiple assignments. The lesson will conclude with Chris completing each assignment, allowing you to compare your work with his. RAW VERSIONS OF REFERENCE PHOTOS COMING SOON!