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Topics covered on this tutorial video include:
  • Introduction
  • Getting Started
    Using a Digital Camera
    The Camera's LCD Monitors
    • Preview Monitor Settings
    • Settings Monitor Settings
    Focus
    • Automatic Focus Procedure
    • Manual Focus Procedure
    Depth-of-field
    • Controlling Depth-of-field
    • Use Minimum Aperture
    Shooting Modes
    • Program or Point-and-shoot
    • Aperture Priority Mode
    • Manual Mode /Shutter Priority Mode
    Special Scene Modes
    • Backlight
    • Night
    • Action /Portrait
    Lighting
    • Working with Backlighting
    • When and How to Use Fill Flash
    • Using Flash as the Main Light Source
    • Using the Built-in Flash
    • Using External Flash For Greater Control
    • Using Multiple Light Sources
    • Lighting For 2D Objects
    Composing the Picture
    • Keep it Simple
    • Empasize the Center of Interest
    • The Rule of Thirds
    • Use Geometry
    • Make Use of Apparent Motion
    Controlling Focus
    • Controlling Depth-of-field
    • Focusing for Extreme Close-ups
    • Focusing for Location Portraits
    • Focusing for Scenics /Still Lifes /Architecture
    Using the Built-in Light Meter
    • Built-in Light Meter Modes
    • Using Your Camera as a Light Meter
    • When to Bracket
    When to Use a Tripod
    • When Shutter Speed is Less Than 1/60th Second
    • Whenever You Need to Keep Your Hands Free
    When the Going Gets Tough
    • Stopping Fast Action
    • Creating the Illusion of Fast Motion
    • Shooting at Night
    • Shooting in Bad Weather
    Things Only a Digital Camera Can Do
    • Shooting a Panorama
    • Best Shot Mode
    • Shoot a Sequence
    • Shoot Video
    Managing Images
    • Using the Photoshop File Browser
    • Organizing the Files
    • How the Image Browser Functions
    Imaging Editing Tools
    • Imaging Editing Tools 1
    • Imaging Editing Tools 2
    • Imaging Editing Tools 3
    • Imaging Editing Tools 4
    • About Options Bars
    • Using the Marquee Tools
    • Using the Move Tool
    • Using the Crop Tool
    • Using the Slice Tool
    • Using the Brush Tool
    • Using the Erasers
    • Using the Pattern Stamp
    • Using the Fill (Paint Bucket) Tool
    • Using the Gradient Tool
    • Using the Path Tool
    • Using the Text Tool
    • Making Notes and Voice Annotations
    • Using the Eyedropper
    • Using the Navigation Tools
    • Switching Between Normal and QuickMask Mode
    • Using the Color Swatches
    • Using the Screen Modes
    • Jumping to Image Ready
    Dialogs
    • Dialogs
    • Standard Components of a Dialog
    Palettes
    • What is a Palette?
    • Making Palettes Appear
    • The Components of a Palette
    Self Teaching Routines (Photoshop Elements Only)
    • Self Teaching Routines
    • Where to Find Them
    • How to Use Them
    Automating Photoshop
    • Automating Photoshop - Intro
    • Actions in Photoshop 1
    • Actions in Photoshop 2
    • Places to Find Ready-made Actions
    • Things You Can't Do with Actions
    • Creating Your Own Actions 1
    • Creating your own Actions 2
    • Creating your own Actions 3
    Correcting Exposure
    • Correcting Exposure - Intro
    • Using the Levels Command 1
    • Using the Levels Command 2
    • Changing Exposure Locally by Burning and Dodging
    • Changing Exposure in Specific Areas of the Image
    • Making a High-key Photo
    • Making a Low-key Photo
    Color Balance Effects
    • Color Balance Effects - Intro
    • Correcting Color Balance 1
    • Correcting Color balance 2
    • Changing the Mood of the Picture
    • Creating a Tinted Picture
    • Tinting with the Blend Modes
    Enhancing Contrast
    • Enhancing contrast - Introduction
    • Using the Brightness/Contrast Dialog
    • Changing the Contrast in Part of the Image
    • Restoring Shadow Detail with the Fill Flash Command
    • Saving Shadow Detail with the Soft Light Blend Mode
    Selecting and Protecting Specific Areas of the Photo
    • Introduction: Making Selections
    • Various Ways of Making Selections 1
    • Various Ways of Making Selections 2
    • Various Ways of Making Selections 3
    • Feathering a Selection
    • Modifying the Shape of a Selection
    Making a Fictitious Photo
    • Introduction - Making a Fictitious Photo
    • Choosing a Background and Moving a New Image Into It
    • Matching Exposure /Color balance /Lighting Direction
    • Grouping and Flattening Layers
    Painting with Filters
    • Painting with Filters 1
    • Painting with Filters 2
    • Painting by Hand with Photoshop 7 Brushes 1
    • Painting by hand with Photoshop 7 Brushes 2
    • Painting by hand with Photoshop 7 Brushes 3
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