If you've been using Photoshop for years, you probably have various techniques and workflows committed to muscle memory. That's great, but are you taking advantage of everything Photoshop can now do? The software has evolved greatly over the last 25 years, and many people don't always understand or take the time to learn new features and work them into their routines.
This course, from Adobe's own principal product manager of digital imaging, Bryan O'Neil Hughes, is here to help. Bryan details various Photoshop features, many of them relatively new, that can help photographers and designers alike streamline their work.
Exploring Photoshop's evolution
Passing non-raw files to Camera Raw
Video editing in Camera Raw and Photoshop
Getting the most from layers
Using Photoshop's new design-oriented features like Typekit
Working "smarter" with Smart Object and Filters
Making powerful and nondestructive image adjustments
Sharpening and resizing