Author, Photographer and Pro Educator, Dan Moughamian is a master of Adobe Photoshop with over 15 years of experience. Dan also has years of experience working with Adobe production apps like Premiere Pro, After Effects and Encore...
If you thought the marquee, lasso and magic wand tools were the only ways to make selections in Photoshop, you’ll be very surprised to learn that these tools are only the “tip of the iceberg”. Dan presents you with a wide range of creative options and techniques to help you accurately select everything from individual objects and colors to regions defined by other, more subtle selection criteria. Dan’s thorough demonstrations give you a solid foundation on which to build your Photoshop pro skill set.
Another building block that Dan adds to your knowledge base is a solid grounding in Layer Masking and Alpha Channels. He shows you how to use Layer Masks to isolate and perfect your edits with surgical precision. At the same time, Dan expertly navigates through the multitude of possible options while you acquire real-world tips and tricks on how to create the most intricate selections and masks quickly and effectively.
Whether you are an experienced professional or an eager enthusiast, Dan has assembled a collection of tried and true techniques to apply to your Photoshop workflow. In this tutorial, you get the full benefit of both Dan’s many years of professional photography experience combined with his extensive Photoshop knowledge. So sit back and be inspired by his deep expertise and beautiful images!
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Section 1: Section 1: Marquee Tools and Selection Basics
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R Sharpe wrote on June 13, 2013
Heaps of decent info on selecting and using masks within photoshop.
Scott Hamlin wrote on January 18, 2013
This series alone very probably will pay for a year's subscription at MPV. The section on Color Range and quick selection are worth hours, days, and even up to weeks of accumulative time. This series, by itself, has paid for several months of membership at MPV!!!!!!
Andreas wrote on January 3, 2013
Great tutorial to get going with photoshop. Thanks, Dan!
Kasugie wrote on December 24, 2012
Just getting back into Photoshop after a 17-year hiatus. Excellent.
frank farrell wrote on September 14, 2012
with color range tool, as an example, a little more time to develop information would be helpful. Or don't you use this tool in dealing with digital photography vs design.