Free Photoshop course for Beginners

Do you have courses with images or photos that you wanted to edit to make them look better or relevant for your course?

Captivate and Photoshop make a powerful combination to put that to work.

Here is a free comprehensive course on Photoshop.

This will teach you the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, practical examples. By the conclusion of this video tutorial, you will be fully versed in the use of the basic tools of Adobe Photoshop CC, and able to open, edit and prepare images for use in print, or digital media such as PDF’s or the Internet. Included are full work files, to allow you to learn right along with the instructor using the exact same files that he does.

In this Adobe Photoshop CC training course, you will learn how to use the worlds most popular graphics and photo editing software.

This training is designed for the absolute beginner, and you will learn Adobe Photoshop CC from the ground up, with no prior experience required.

This training course breaks down the features and tools of Adobe Photoshop CC into easily understood parts, increasing your ability to understand and retain the information. You will learn how to: organize your files using Adobe Bridge, work with Camera Raw images, create and manage color in an image, utilize layers in Photoshop and work with filters. Phil shows you how to use various tools in Photoshop to give your courses the cutting edge.

With over 60 Tutorial Videos and almost six hours of instruction in this tutorial, you will learn more than can be possibly listed here! By the time you have completed this video based training for Adobe Photoshop CC, you will be familiar with the tools available to you in this graphics editing and creation software, and how to apply them to your own projects.

These tutorials have lifetime access and you can learn them at your own pace.

78 Responses

  1. Super course, just started part 3 now, but the files i downloaded are ‘incorrupt’ or not in good condittion and i can’t repair them with winzip. Anyone suggestions?

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