Photoshop Video Tutorial #3: Adjustment Layers from The Beginners Basics Series

Brand new to Photoshop? Literally got hooked up on Adobe Creative Cloud last week? If so, more than likely you're fumbling around trying to make sense of the damn thing, and are looking for some help. Online videos about Photoshop techniques number in the hundreds of thousands, and it's quite likely you've watched at least half of those by now. If you've had trouble finding video tutorials for you, the bare bones beginner, then my Beginners Basics Series videos are for you, and I welcome you to check out Lesson #3: Adjustment Layers. 

I created the Beginners Basics Series for you, the complete and total beginner. A demographic I think is under-represented in the online video tutorial world for Photoshop. Video shows Photoshop CC14, with the interface modified to how I prefer it. Any version back to CS6 will still be relevant to this tutorial.  These videos and more can also be found on my Master Classes Facebook Page (warning: glamour).

And if you're after more intermediate or advanced Photoshop retouching information, remember that Fstoppers never lets you down on that subject.

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Tim Clark's picture

Really enjoying the videos. I don't understand how you merge the layers together after you have made your changes. Can you explain this in one of your upcoming videos?


Nino Batista's picture

Yes, of course. However, depending on what you are going to do with your images, and your image storage practices, you may not need or want to flatten your images once your edit. But then, you might. :) It varies, and I will be reviewing file saving / exporting / etc in future videos!