Course Length: 1 day

Course Description

Adobe® Photoshop® CC is a leading graphic creation application, popular among graphic designers, illustrators, and photographers. Photoshop's numerous features work together to provide a comprehensive toolset for you, the design professional. This course delves into some of the more advanced image creation and editing techniques, and offers you hands-on activities that demonstrate how these techniques can be used in combination to create exciting visual effects.

Course Objectives:

This course will prepare you to use the most common basic features of Adobe Photoshop CC.

In this course, you will:

Use brushes, gradients, and tool presets to create raster images.

Apply vector paths, shape drawing tools, type, and type special effects.

Apply advanced layer techniques with masks, filters, layers, and smart objects.

Apply actions and batch processing to automate tasks.

Edit video by using timelines, transitions, graphics, titles, and animation.

Set project requirements by identifying the purpose, audience, copyright rules, and project management tasks.


To ensure your success in this course, you should have experience with the following tasks:


Identify the basic components of Adobe® Bridge and the Photoshop workspace.

Define image size and resolution.

Add and modify Photoshop layers.

Use tools to select, crop, and move images.

Work with image adjustment properties to correct and retouch photographic images.

Open and modify an image in Adobe® Camera Raw.

Prepare images for print and web.


Course Content

Lesson 1: Creating Raster Images

Lesson 2: Applying Vector Image Tools

Lesson 3: Applying Advanced Layer Techniques

Lesson 4: Automating Tasks

Lesson 5: Editing Video

Lesson 6: Setting Project Requirements

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This course is a great component of your preparation for the Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) Photoshop CC exam and the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Visual Communication Using Adobe Photoshop exam.