In this episode Dave Cross discusses some Photoshop myths: techniques that may be out of date or misunderstood but continue to be recommended by some people. For example, enlarging a photo 10% at a time or using the Pen tool because “it makes the most accurate selections”. Many of these were valid back in the...
Meredith Payne Stotzner is a long-time member of the Photoshop team at Adobe who sat down to discuss what goes on behind the scenes with the development of Photoshop. We chat about innovation, how new features are developed, and how Photoshop users can have their say. A very interesting look into our favorite program!
In this chat with Unmesh Dinda we learn about his journey from an 8 year old playing with Photoshop to becoming one of the leading Photoshop instructors on YouTube. He also discusses his approach to learning Photoshop, the importance of community when learning – and he gives a great retouching tip
In this chat with Photoshop Artist Victoria Pavlov we talk about lots of topics to do with painting in Photoshop, including creating and managing brushes, working with layers and some ways to explore painting if you’re brand new to it.
Two of the most common challenges people mention when it comes to learning Photoshop is not enough time, and the difficulty in remembering everything. Dave shares some strategies to deal with both these challenges, and it starts without giving yourself permission to learn.
Host Dave Cross chats with long-time Photoshop and Lightroom Educator Matt Kloskowski about photographic (and Photoshop) vision, how perfection can lead to procrastination, how to get in wrong in the camera (?), and what Matt would add to Photoshop if he was in charge at Adobe,