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07 – PS – Text Tool S1: Welcome to our seventh tutorial in Photoshop. This time we'll focus on the Text tool, one of the most used and favorite tools by typographers all over the world. Start by clicking the T icon on the left. S2: As you can see, I can pretty much type anything I want in any text font, picked from the side here. I can select bold, italics, underline, and more. Things like all caps, small caps, stuff like that. S3: Of course, make sure your text is showing up in the correct color that you...

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06 – PS – Layer Blending Modes S1: Hello there! It's the sixth tutorial on how to use Photoshop, and the topic this time is Layer Blending Modes. After our last tutorial where we showed you how layers work, it's time to show you what you can do to your layers. We've got our handy Photoshop document open, and it's easy to see the layers that we've got set up from the previous tutorial. What we're going to do now is show off how you can create neat effects on the layers so you can create stunning documents. S2: What...

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05 – PS – Working with Layers S1: Welcome to the fifth in our tutorial series on Photoshop. Here we'll be talking about how to work with Layers on our Photoshop document. What are the layers? Simply put, layers are the way how we can organize our image easily and smartly. S2: Our Photoshop document open, we can see that we already have one layer of the document already in place. Over here on the right is our layer setup, you can see how many layers we have (one), the hierarchy of layers (meaning that they are stacked in a...

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04 – PS – Cropping, Resizing, and Resolution S1: Hello and welcome to the fourth tutorial in our Photoshop series. In this tutorial, we'll talk about how to crop and resize images, as well as explain what resolution is and how you can get it to work for you. Let's get started! S2: With a Photoshop document open, you can see that I have the image ready to be manipulated. What we'll do today is show off how to crop parts of the image if you need some bits of it for your projects.  S3: To crop, click on the crop image icon...

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03 – PS – File Types and Modes S1: Welcome to the third tutorial in our Photoshop series. Before we move on to other topics, let's talk about some of the file types and modes that you will be using to save various files that Photoshop can do. Photoshop can save many different file types and each one can have a different use in other projects.   S2: The default file type that Photoshop wants to use is a PSD file. If you see here, I have saved the previous file that I had open into a PSD file after...

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