- Working With Selections, the objective:
Learning how to select areas of an image is of primary importance when working with Adobe® Photoshop® — you must first select what you want to affect. Once you’ve made a selection, only the area within a selection can be edited; areas outside the selection are protected from change.
- Layer Basics, the objective:
Adobe® Photoshop® lets you isolate different parts of an image on layers. Each layer can then be edited as discrete artwork, allowing unlimited flexibility in composing and revising an image.
- Photo Retouching, the objective:
Adobe® Photoshop® provides you with a variety of tools and commands for improving the quality of a photographic image. This lesson explains techniques for basic image correction by stepping you through the process of acquiring, resizing, and retouching a photo intended for a print layout.
- Combining Illustrator Graphics and Photoshop Images; the objective:
You can easily add a graphic created in a drawing program to an Adobe® Photoshop® file. This is an effective method for seeing how a line drawing looks applied to a photograph or for trying out Photoshop special effects on vector art. You can also export the resulting artwork for use in other graphics programs.
And after these done you must continue with these:
- Making 3D-Like Object; the objective:
Draw a new object by using tools in Adobe® Photoshop® and make it more like 3D effect with some of reflections.
- Making Poster; the objective:
Learning how to improve basic skills, advance collage technique and use proportional colour composition. Designing a new single image from a lot of images fom many different resources based on a theme. Don’t worry to make an abstract design anyway.