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PhotoShop CS3

Course Outlines
Level 1
1.0 Reviewing the Workspace
1.1 Reviewing What's New
1.2 Browsing the Tools
1.3 Reviewing the Menus
1.4 Managing Windows
1.5 Configuring Preferences
2.0 Getting Started
2.1 Opening an Image
2.2 Creating a New File
2.3 Opening Multiple Images
2.4 Including File Information
2.5 Review Selecting an Image Area Options
3.0 Performing PhotoShop Basics
3.1 Cropping an Image
3.2 Changing Color Modes and Transparency
3.3 Resizing an Image
3.4 Changing the Canvas
3.5 Using Undo, Step Forward and Step Backward
3.6 Using Zoom
3.7 Adding Text
4.0 Making Adjustments
4.1 Using Auto Levels
4.2 Using Auto Color
4.3 Using Auto Contrast
4.4 Reviewing Variations
5.0 Transforming Tools
5.1 Scaling Items
5.2 Rotating Items
5.3 Changing Skew and Distorting
5.4 Changing Perspective and Warping
6.0 Saving and Printing
6.1 Saving a File
6.2 Saving for Web
6.3 Using Print Preview
6.4 Printing an Image
7.0 Working with the Bridge
7.1 Overview of the Bridge
7.2 Managing Images with the Bridge
7.3 Previewing, Comparing, and Stacking
Level 2
1.0 Advanced Cropping
1.1 Creating a Freeform Crop
1.2 Using the Ruler Tool
1.3 Editing Presets
1.4 Using Guides and Snap Settings
2.0 Selecting Elements of an Image
2.1 Using the Magic Wand
2.2 Using the Quick Selection Tool
2.3 Using the Marquee Tool
2.4 Using the Lasso Tool
2.5 Making a Selection
3.0 Working with Color
3.1 Adjusting Color Balance
3.2 Adjusting Brightness and Contrast
3.3 Replacing Color
3.4 Adjusting Other Color Parameters
3.5 Creating Shadow and Highlights
3.6 Using the Eyedropper and Color Sampler
3.7 Adding Tints
4.0 Working With Layers
4.1 Inserting a New Layer
4.2 Duplicating a Layer
4.3 Hiding and Grouping Layers
4.4 Creating a Layer Mask
4.5 Creating a Layer Based Slice
4.6 Creating an Adjustment Layer
5.0 Performing Touch-Ups
5.1 Removing Red-Eye
5.2 Healing Blemishes
5.3 Using the Spot Tool
5.4 Using Dodge and Sponge
5.5 Replacing with the Clone Stamp
6.0 Adding Style
6.1 Adding Shadows
6.2 Adding Glows
6.3 Creating Overlays
6.4 Using the Blending Options Dialogue Box
7.0 Additional Touch-Ups
7.1 Erasing Unwanted Elements
7.2 Using Blur, Sharpen and Smudge Tools
7.3 Using the Color Replacement Tool
Level 3
1.0 Creating Website Graphics
1.1 Slicing Graphics
1.2 Managing Slices
1.3 Setting Options for a Slice
2.0 Working with Gradients
2.1 Customizing Gradient Presets
2.2 Creating a Gradient Shape
2.3 Creating a Fade
2.4 Blending Two Images
3.0 Working with Shapes
3.1 Creating a Standard Shape
3.2 Creating a Custom Shape
3.3 Using the Pen Tools
3.4 Changing the Color of a Shape
3.5 Managing a Smart Object
4.0 Filtering
4.1 Working with Perspective
4.2 Liquifying and Creating Patterns
4.3 Adding Artistic Filters
4.4 Using Blur, Brush Strokes and Distortion
4.5 Using Noise and Pixelate
4.6 Using Render, Sharpen and Sketch
4.7 Using Stylize and Texture
4.8 Adding a Watermark
4.9 Using the Filtering Gallery
5.0 Removing a Background
5.1 Creating a Clipping Mask
5.2 Extracting Part of an Image
5.3 Using Channels to Remove Background
6.0 Advanced Saving Options
6.1 Saving in Another Format
6.2 Saving a Version
6.3 Saving Slices for Web
6.4 Optimizing Resolution for Printing
6.5 Saving a Selection
7.0 Specialized Tasks
7.1 Creating Actions
7.2 Using Photomerge
7.3 Managing Color
7.4 Working with Refine Edge
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