Photoshop on iPad for Beginners | FREE COURSE

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📘 INDEX – Photoshop on iPad for Beginners
00:00 – Introduction
00:40 – Photoshop on iPad Preferences
02:00 – The Home Screen
02:54 – The Photoshop on iPad Workspace
04:15 – The Task Bar in Photoshop on iPad
06:26 – The Move Tool in Photoshop on iPad
06:35 – The Transformation Tool in Photoshop on iPad
07:06 – The Selection Tools in Photoshop on iPad
08:22 – The Retouching Tools in Photoshop on iPad
09:10 – The Crop Tool in Photoshop on iPad
09:26 – The Place Image Tool in Photoshop on iPad
09:45 – The Foreground and Background Color Chips
10:07 – The Primary Touch Shortcut in Photoshop on iPad
10:55 – The Secondary Touch Shortcut in Photoshop on iPad
11:05 – Opening a Photoshop Cloud Document
11:33 – Making a Selection with Select Subject
11:45 – Refining a Selection Edge in Photoshop on iPad
14:15 – Painting on the Mask to Fix Imperfection
15:12 – Working with Adjustment Layers in Photoshop on iPad
15:50 – Creating Clipping Masks in Photoshop on iPad
16:28 – Stacking Adjustment Layers in Photoshop on iPad
17:00 – Selecting Multiple Layers and Creating Groups
17:55 – Filters in Photoshop on iPad
18:23 – The Type Tool
19:33 – Final Thoughts


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25 thoughts on “Photoshop on iPad for Beginners | FREE COURSE

  • February 1, 2021 at 21:24

    Hello, I’m looking into buying an iPad but was wondering if I need an iPad Pro to use photoshop or will I be able to edit on the regular iPad? I just subscribed and looking forward to watching your tutorials.

  • February 1, 2021 at 21:24

    Thank you for this remarkable introduction. Am I overlooking something obvious, or is it STILL not possible to crop to a specific aspect ratio? I get that we can now define pixel dimensions and interpolation method, but only a freehand crop? I need constraints for common or client-defined rectangles such as 2×3 or 4×5 or 16×9. I need the aspect ratio constraint as much as I need to define pixel dimensions and JPEG quality settings. This is why I put iPad Photoshop aside when it was first released, in favor of Serif's product. It boggles my mind that we have a product capable of, among other things, extremely sophisticated masking, but incapable of helping me to make a 4×5 crop for Instagram. Oh well. This is an outstanding introduction. I'll give iPad PS another chance. Thanks for your thoroughness.

  • February 1, 2021 at 21:24

    So, if you have not an internet connection, I mean no cloud, you cannot save, so you cannot use it??
    (F#$%@g cloud!!)

  • February 1, 2021 at 21:24

    Hi, I am from Nepal 🇳🇵 . I like your videos and have learned a lot. Whenever i need help in photoshop I prefer to watch your videos than other.
    I was watching your old video of blending modes which I think can be very useful but I am not good at. You have explained blending modes in detail but I think it would be a nice video if you can show how each of these blending modes can be used during designing and composition. Even though lots of us know what the modes do, if you can explain where you use which blending modes in your projects, all in one separate video, then it can be a reference video for many like us to just comeback and check whenever needed. Examples and real implications will make it easy to understand I guess. 😊

  • February 1, 2021 at 21:24

    Hello and Happy New Years to you and your family. I was really hoping you would’ve talked about the brushes for Photoshop on the iPad because I saw a video a few months ago that claims that the brushes from the desktop version is going to be able to update to the iPad version. And thank you for making this awesome video tutorial it was very interesting and informative.

  • February 1, 2021 at 21:24

    Hi Jesus, happy new year. This was a well-timed video as I just received an iPad that could load up photoshop. I was a little disappointed with Photoshop for iPad, but I am slowly using it more for composites.

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