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Adobe Photoshop CC Beginner Tutorial: Intro Guide to the Basics (Learn How to use CC 2017)

October 22, 2019

– [Justin] Hi everyone,
my name’s Justin Odisho and in this video, I’m gonna be going over the basics of Photoshop. So I’m gonna do it just as if I was over a friend’s shoulder and I was showing them the program for the first time. So things like layouts, menus and the basics of how to get started. So let’s go to our desktop and
open Adobe Photoshop CC 2017. If you still haven’t upgraded,
I’ll leave a couple links in the description below
on a video on what’s new in this feature and if
the subscription model in the new versions of CC are worth it which I think they are. So when you open up Photoshop,
what you’ll be greeted with is this new starting menu
and here you can see all of your recent files that you’ve opened. So here’s PSDs which
are Photoshop documents that I’ve had open recently
and some photo files. You can view these in grid or a list mode or you can see here on the left hand side, you can start a new
project or open a file. So although you do have all of
these blank document presets to open on the right hand side here, you can see that you can fill in whatever parameters you want. So if you specifically need
something to be a certain amount of pixels or a certain amount of inches, let’s say you’re creating a
wallpaper for your desktop, then you can just type those in and create a size of your own. So I’ll type in a 1920
by 1080 blank document. You also have the options of adjusting the resolution pixels per inch, the color mode, like
red, green, blue or CMYK if you’re doing print work. Or the contents of the blank
document when you first start. If you want to start off white, black or with a background color. I’ll just leave it all kind of default. And then if you press create,
Photoshop will open up that new blank document
and you can see here untitled-1 is a tab. I’m also gonna open a photo
just to show you the difference. So you can always go to
the top menu and go to file and either create a new
document or press open. This doesn’t close your current thing so if I press open and I
browse through my desktop or computer and I find a
photo that I want to open or other file, you can see
that this is a camera raw file which many cameras allow
you to shoot in raw mode and Photoshop has a plugin that’s built in that will open up called camera raw. This just allows you to adjust
things like the exposure, contrast, highlights,
white balance and all of those simple adjustments
that are built in to the camera and this
is a very powerful tool in its own but I’m just
gonna open the image as is and continue in Photoshop. So now I have my photo
open which you can see here and I can switch to the
different tabs that I have open. So here’s that untitled-1 blank document that we still have open. So let’s work on the photo
layer to give you guys an example of what tools you
have available in Photoshop. So one of the most important
menus as we look around is this one right here that’s usually in the bottom right corner. It’s called layers. Now before I go further breaking
down all these different menus and panels that are available, you do want to note that
in the top menu bar, where you have all these different options like file, edit and all that,
there’s one called window and under the workspace
panel, you can adjust to reset the essentials because they have
different preset workspaces which open different panels
depending on the workflow that you’re trying to do. So if you press reset essentials,
it should reset things to this layout here so we
are all on the same page. So as I was saying, you
have the layers panel and this is one of the
most important things because Photoshop works in layers. So when I have a photo
open, Photoshop will make it the background layer by default. It’s locked which means
you can’t adjust it but if you double click
on this and press OK, then you’ll see a few
options become available to begin editing. So you have the visibility of the layer which is indicated by this eyeball which means you can make
it visible or not visible. Whenever something is not
visibile or transparent in Photoshop, it’ll be represented by this checkerboard pattern. On top of that, you have blending mode which are the way that
different layers blend together. This is just set to normal. And you also have opacities. So this is 100% and you
can see as I lower it, things start to get more transparent. So keep that in mind as you consider how we’re gonna blend
different things together. Now you can also create new layers. You also should see all these
different smaller symbols which are most all just shortcuts
for doing different things so don’t get too confused by them, they’re just shortcuts when you want them. Like this one here is the
create new layer shortcut and when I click it, it’ll
add a new layer on top that I can begin working on
and doing different things on. Alternatively, you always
have the option to go up to your top menu and if you
go to layer, go to new layer, you can create new
layers through this popup if you want to name them certain things for organizational purposes and press OK and you should see that as well. Whenever you double click on this, you should be able to adjust
layer names if you want. Now scaling back from just
looking at the layers panel, you see that there’s all
types of different panels and they each display
different types of information. You have the adjustments panel which just gives you shortcut access to all the different type of
adjustments you can create. You have different
libraries which is linked up to your creative cloud membership where you can save certain color swatches or brushes or textures
and things like that. And then you have whatever
else that’s active for your current workspace. Just because these are
up right now doesn’t mean these are the only ones that Photoshop has so this is the history, this
is everything that’s been done to this layer so far since we opened it and you can actually
step backward or forward through these steps. However, if you go to window, you see that there’s
so many different menus that aren’t even active right now and they all have their different use and are related to different tools. So you can see this top
menu bar is gonna have all different types of options for you to open up windows,
change the view of things, use filters, select different things, go to your typing tools, create new layers and things like that,
apply image adjustments or edit things and undo
things or just go to file, new and open and all that. This is a very important
menu, the top menu bar. Aside from all the panels
and the top menu bar, you also have the left hand side toolbar. This is where all of your tools reside and also your color picker. So each one of these tools
does a different thing. You have things like the
paintbrush, the lasso tool which lets you select
things, gradient tools, eraser tools, text and typing tools which create new text layers and you have your foreground and background color which by default is black and white. But if you double click
on them, you can open up the color picker which lets
you pick different colors. At the very bottom screen,
you’ll just see a couple pieces of information but a really key one here is the view percentage
so right now it’s scaled at 25% because this image
happened to be pretty large whereas the window and
resolution of my screen is not large enough to hold
it so it’s at 25% to fit, however, you can type
things in here like 100% and this is actually the true size of it. You can use your laptop
or computer’s track pad to scroll back on the
view or you can go to view and adjust things to be
either 100% actual size or fit on screen or zoom in and zoom out and of course there’s shortcuts
for all of these things as well which I highly
recommend, if you’re learning, try to learn the shortcuts
and work with the shortcuts because that’s how you’re
actually gonna wanna work in the future. So now that you have a
general idea of the layout of things and where everything is, let’s do a couple basic
edits on this photo. So let’s say you wanted
to adjust the colors. Here’s where you’d work
with adjustment layers. So although you can
highlight your photos layer and go to image,
adjustments and have access to all these different
adjustments like contrast and color, a smarter and
more nondestructive way to work on things which just means that you have more
flexibility of changing things and things are not permanent is by working with adjustment layers. So here you can go to
layer, new adjustment layer and find all those same adjustments. So let’s say I wanted to add
a curves adjustment layer. So I’ll go to new adjustment layer, curves and then I can name it if I prefer, if you want to be organized, be organized but I’ll just keep it at curves-1 which is the default name and press OK. You’ll see that it will
create that adjustment layer over top of my currently highlighted layer but at the moment, it’s not doing anything because we haven’t input
any values into it. Here’s where you can see
the properties menu changes. So I actually like to drag
this out and kind of keep it as its own standalone
popup window to work with and I’ll make it a bit
bigger to work with. So this is just one
example of an adjustment in Photoshop. This is a pretty powerful
color adjusting tool called curves. So this line represents the dark points and the highlights of the
photo and you can click and drag points on this to
darken or highlight things and you can switch to
different color channels like red, green and blue and
adjust those individually to boost colors in certain areas and create different color effects. I have whole separate tutorials on this as I do with most other tools
and effects on my channel. So remember this is just
basic and you can go to my channel and check
out each individual effect broke down into steps in separate videos. Once I’ve edited the colors how I wanted, I can either minimize
the window or drag it into one of these panels
for easier access. Now another thing you’re
gonna see when you’re working with certain layers,
like adjustment layers, is they’re represented
by this little circle which means adjustment layers
and then this white box and this is layer mask. You see nothing white
is actually showing up. That’s because this
represents what portions of the photo are visible or not. So when you have white,
that means it’s visible. However, when you paint on it in black, that means it’s gonna hide it. So if I didn’t want this adjustment layer to show on a certain portion of this, I could grab my paintbrush tool, I can make sure black
is my foreground color that’s active, I could
go up to this top menu which changes based on whatever
tool you’re working with to give you the options for that tool and I could choose a brush,
one of these default brushes, lower the size, softness or hardness of it and paint black on the
layer mask and you see that hides whatever’s on this layer. That’s because this layer
mask is telling things to be hidden when they’re black
and show when they’re white. But I’m gonna undo that with command + Z or edit, undo which is gonna
be one of your most used tools so get familiar with that one. Remember, you have the history panel here so whenever I press command + Z, it’ll go backward or forward once or if I press option + command + Z, it’ll keep going backward up
to a certain amount of steps. By default, I believe it’s 50. So let’s say I wanted to
add some text to this photo. If I go to my text tool, you’ll see this top menu will change
to reflect the options that I now have. So I can choose the font,
the size of the font, the alignment, pretty
basic text editing tools that you might be familiar
with from many programs. When you click, it’ll automatically create a new text layer and start
blinking on the cursor to allow you to type. So I can type hello, I can
click and highlight the text, I can enlarge it and I
can click this move tool to move things around. You can see the text wrote out in black because that’s what my
current foreground color was but if I go back to my type
tool and I highlight things, I can switch to my background
color which was white, I can make that my foreground color and now the text is white. You also have a whole host
of transformation options on any photo or layer if
you go to edit, transform. So here, you’ll have options to scale, rotate or flip things around no matter what type of layer they are. If you hold shift while you’re
scaling, it will make sure to scale in proportion
so that’s another way to adjust the size of things. Whenever you hover over a
tool, if you hover long enough, Photoshop should tell you
what the name of the tool is and the shortcut to get to
it so that could help you out when you’re learning. So you can see the move
tool is the move tool and I can press V to
activate on my keyboard rather than clicking it. Also, whenever you click
and hold down on any tool, you can see the tools that are behind it or in that same family of tools. You can see that each of these tools has that little arrow
on it which indicates that there’s more tools
stacked underneath it. So if I click and hold
here, I can see I have the rectangular marquee selection tool or I also have the elliptical
or single row and so on. So going back to the
idea of blending modes that I mentioned earlier,
now that we finally have a couple things to blend
together, let’s see what happens if we try to blend this text. So this is what it looks like on normal. However, you see we have
all these subtractive and additive blending
modes which are all just mathematically based on
different color codes and all that and you’ll
learn how they operate the more you practice them. But if I press overlay,
you can see it will overlay the different colors
and mix them in that way or something like exclusion or subtract and you’ll see that they
all have different results. Additionally, I can
lower the opacity of this and you can see how it begins
to become more transparent and see through. So what you can also see
is that the layers work kind of like from a top down perspective. So if you’re imagining a
sandwich, the top layers are the top pieces of bread
and the bottom layers are at the bottom so
anything that you put on top is going to show in front
of whatever’s behind it. So now let’s say you want
to save your creation. Here you can go to file,
save and if you haven’t saved it before, it’ll pull up the save as menu. Alternatively, I usually
just go to file, save as to be safe. So here, I can save it
as a .PSD or a Photoshop format document which is
what it’s prompting me to do which means that it
saves with layers in tact so when I open it back up, I’ll see all of these layers again
and I can edit things and it would be flexible for me to edit. However, it’s not a
flat image for you share so after you save it as
a Photoshop document, if you know you want to
continue working on it, you then have the option to
save it as a jpeg or png file or all these different formats depending on the way that you want to share it. Typically, for photos, a
jpeg or png will do fine. If you’re ever working on an
object that has transparency in it, you’re gonna wanna save it as a png so that things remain transparent. So after you save it, then it will show up on your desktop and you’ll have
created your new photo file or creation that you wanted to create. Alternatively, if things are
too big or this isn’t the size that you wanted to save it
in, you can go to image, image size and here’s where you can choose what size you want to
scale your image to be. So out of the camera
raw, it’s pretty large. 5000 by 3000 pixels
and I can scale it down to be 1920 by 1280 if that’s
the size that I wanted it to be in the first place. So that’s how you edit
the size of your image and once you save things,
you can close or keep the document open. So let’s close this and here we are back at our blank document that
we had opened earlier. So when you’re talking about working with blank documents,
here’s where you can either drag photos in here, you
can just directly drag jpegs or photos from your
desktop into this canvas or you could build and generate graphics of your own using
Photoshop’s preset tools. So you have things like
the paintbrush tool which allow you to paint
and then maybe add text on top of it. So I could create a new layer and on this empty transparent layer, I could go to my gradient tool and I could choose a colorful gradient and add that for me to work with. Whenever you’re working on a layer, you also have the option
to apply filters onto it so you could apply filters
onto your photo layers or onto your graphics
so you have all types of different filters like
blurring, distorting, adding noise, pixelating,
rendering different graphics like clouds, stylized, all that. Again, I have separate
tutorials using many of these more specifically. And you could use blending modes to create graphic creations of your own. I know, this doesn’t look
like quite of a masterpiece but you understand the basics. So you have all these tools available for you to use in
Photoshop, all these menus and my best advice is just take it easy one step at a time, open up your photos, play around with them and
whenever you’re trying to figure out how to do something, Adobe has a great section
where you can search what a specific tool
does if you don’t know what it does or you could go on YouTube and find channels or people like myself where you can search on
my channel specific things like how to do this or how to do that and see a video walking you through it and slowly by slowly, you’ll
be able to piece together all these different tools
in Photoshop until you build a knowledge and strength
and are comfortable with the program. So that’s the very basics here. Definitely check out my
playlist and subscribe and follow me on social
media @justinodisho on Facebook and Instagram, Twitter to keep in touch and
use all these resources in front of you to learn the program, learn what you need to do
and hopefully this video gave you a good start. Definitely subscribe to my
channel here on YouTube. It’s free to do. You can check out all
of my previous tutorials and I’ve always got more to come. Again, if you haven’t gotten
the latest version yet, then check the description
below for a few more videos about what’s new in the latest version and why I think it’s worth it to get and to wrap things up here,
thank you guys so much for watching and I’ll see ya next time.


  • Reply EdVentures December 31, 2016 at 4:56 am

    How do you have access to all these adobe programs? Are you paying monthly in order to use them?

  • Reply Lionel Liced December 31, 2016 at 5:06 am

    Can you do more music video Tutorials?

  • Reply Will December 31, 2016 at 2:51 pm

    Nice tutorial. I've just moved from Krita to PS. Took me a while to get my layout the way i want but I'm impressed so far. Just trying to get my head round the brush editor :/

  • Reply Candi Parker January 1, 2017 at 2:11 am

    can you please do a video on how to get a sun flare out of a photo, i have a deep yellow one that's on his neck and i have tried every tutorial, and i still can't seem to get it out.
    your tutorials are so thorough and easy to follow so hopefully you can help me, and thanks so much for you do.

  • Reply QZ AU January 1, 2017 at 8:23 am

    hey Justin, i think you should watch this

  • Reply jose January 4, 2017 at 7:27 pm

    Can you do a photoshop tutorial on how to turn walls white or anything that's behind the subject? Not sure if I'm making sense, but I don't mean changing the background to something else

  • Reply Abd Errahmen January 5, 2017 at 4:52 pm

    How to create intro like you
    please, tutorial// template

  • Reply Adam Alansyah January 7, 2017 at 12:16 pm

    I have a problem in Photoshop CC 2017.
    when i add the text and I write it.
    after that I tap enter.

    example :

    like that. but itu doesn't work
    how to fix it ?
    sorry if my English really bad.

  • Reply Joan Bennett January 15, 2017 at 11:45 pm

    Great instructor for someone who is a beginner! I tried many other videos on YouTube but quit because they were confusing. Justin was not confusing and took time to explain in detail some of the features. I am impressed!

  • Reply Akilan Mullaivendhar January 20, 2017 at 1:58 pm

    Really nice and useful for me, because most of the basic tutorials are make some kind of confusion. Great video And like it. Thnx

  • Reply Terrena Shephard February 7, 2017 at 1:01 am

    Thank you!!!

  • Reply Bhagavathi S February 10, 2017 at 5:41 am

    The tutorial is very much informative for beginners like me. Everything is neatly explained without confusing. Keep up the good work. I have subscribed to your channel and it is very useful . Thank you.

  • Reply Mary Kelley March 9, 2017 at 6:31 am

    Great Video – Thanks so much! One question I do have is that I was wondering if the "save" or "save as" screen that appears has changed in Photoshop from when you did this video.  What appears when I click the save or save as, has a different look to it and doesn't have all the same options as in your video (unless of course I'm doing something wrong which could very well be the case 🙂

  • Reply Real Estate Photo Lab March 13, 2017 at 11:42 pm

    thank you Justin!! Great Tutorial!

  • Reply John Allibon March 20, 2017 at 2:29 pm

    Really great info – Getting into Photoshop slowly bit by bit. As you say practice -practice. Many thanks JA.

  • Reply Ejaezy March 24, 2017 at 5:17 pm

    Very helpful. Thank you.

  • Reply Young Justice April 1, 2017 at 5:27 pm

    Justin!!!! Dude you are awesome for this video!!!!!!

  • Reply obamadaprez April 4, 2017 at 6:36 am

    you're great

  • Reply Dsoul April 6, 2017 at 1:36 pm

    did anybody else notice the subscribe like and share tab when he opened up the tab in windows haha cheeky aren't ya 😉

  • Reply Jessy Pelayo April 13, 2017 at 12:15 am

    I opened PS for the first time today, and your video was perfect for someone like me. Thanks for taking the time to do this!! I'll be checking out your other tutorials for sure. Hopefully they're as smooth and concise as this one!!!

  • Reply Klutz April 26, 2017 at 12:34 am

    Crappiest tutorial ever it doesn't even teach you how to crop

  • Reply Redskull May 5, 2017 at 8:29 am

    Thank you!!! really helpful video.

  • Reply Frederick Aro May 10, 2017 at 8:02 am

    Subscribed. Hey Justin do you have tutorials on caricature and how to cartoon an image? This was very helpful. Thanks

  • Reply Dave Gilbreath May 12, 2017 at 11:44 am

    Thank you well done.

  • Reply Cross Rhyme May 14, 2017 at 12:58 am

    How were you able to make your mouse appear so smooth?

  • Reply Rajarajan Manoharan May 17, 2017 at 7:53 pm


  • Reply Guitars Talk and Tech May 18, 2017 at 5:05 am

    Thank you!! I was so lost and confused. This will help me alot

  • Reply Melissa Stipanicev June 8, 2017 at 5:41 am

    Thank you am new to PhotoShop have watched heaps of tutorials. This is great! Will be subscribing to your channel.

  • Reply Oliver Kingshott June 23, 2017 at 11:27 am


  • Reply MonsterXcile June 27, 2017 at 4:15 am

    Hey Justin, I just got back into Photoshop. I downloaded a pack and it has premade CC in the .psd. Well my question is how can I move or use that made CC over on to a new photo I want to use it on. I thought maybe you could drag it to the new pic tab and things would be good. If you know please let me know. Been subbed for awhile when I used to mess with it awhile back.

  • Reply edvinas132 July 7, 2017 at 12:18 pm

    Why your mouse is so f*ckin' smooth?

  • Reply Deep Filmmaker July 11, 2017 at 4:18 pm

    Thank you. It was a great start 😊✌️

  • Reply Onehappydawg July 12, 2017 at 2:32 am

    Thanks Justin. I've watched a few Photoshop beginner tutorials and I have to say that yours has been the best. You are definitely a teacher. The other videos jumped around so fast using shortcuts and not explaining how they got to where they were but you took your time and explained everything great. Thanks again and I will be watching more. Great Job.

  • Reply Pinoy World July 20, 2017 at 4:54 am

    great tutorial!

  • Reply Sarge The Shelter Dog July 23, 2017 at 2:28 pm

    Do you have a detailed course you sell? First video thats clear to me at least.

  • Reply Mel Boris July 29, 2017 at 2:35 pm

    well done! while others just zoom through it you explain everything slowly. great work, if you upload another one contact my discord Diamond06#6115. thanks for uploading!!

  • Reply Shooter Mcgavin August 2, 2017 at 9:52 am

    dude this is not a good tutorial for beginners who have never used photoshop before
    Disappointed man

  • Reply wegohigh August 16, 2017 at 1:11 pm

    Helpful 😀

  • Reply VazzyCow August 22, 2017 at 2:56 pm

    I still couldn't understand anything to be honest, I'm a beginner BEGINNER at photoshop

  • Reply The Henna Realm August 25, 2017 at 5:06 am

    I'm a beginner and this was very informative. Thanks!

  • Reply ath August 28, 2017 at 6:02 pm

    great video, we have to use photoshop for my arts class and i freaked out when i knew that but this was very informative, not gonna lie though i had to repeat some parts cuz i was not paying attention lol this is just like class miss 1 second and struggle for the rest thank god its a video haha , i'll definitely check out your videos for some tools since its arts class lol, THANK U SO MUCH I APPRECIATE THE WORK XD

  • Reply PlayingKidz Tv August 30, 2017 at 4:41 pm

    I'm a beginner and this was very informative. Thanks

  • Reply Jody LaNew September 2, 2017 at 10:39 pm

    I thought you did a great job explaining the basics. Thank-you and subscribed!

  • Reply Beáta Karlik September 12, 2017 at 5:44 pm

    Thank you Justin, subscribed 🙂

  • Reply The Diamond Gamer September 22, 2017 at 6:56 am

    this tutorial made me realize that PhotoShop isn't that hard to use

  • Reply Zahidul Islam September 28, 2017 at 12:26 pm

    are Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CC different from each others?

  • Reply Net One September 28, 2017 at 7:33 pm

    NIce share +Justin Odisho

  • Reply Nick October 6, 2017 at 3:42 pm

    Okay, this was an amazing tutorial. You are amazing

  • Reply Larry Goat Fitzgerald October 9, 2017 at 11:53 pm

    It doesn't load the first screen? It takes me straight to the fucking editor when I have nothing to edit yet.

  • Reply P Boyle October 11, 2017 at 11:14 am

    Thank you Justin!  This was helpful.  I will certainly check out your other tutorials.

  • Reply Jacqueline Carolus October 17, 2017 at 7:39 am

    Thank you, Justin. This was an awesome explanation for a beginner like myself. I'm definitely going to subscribe and search for your videos when I need it. Thanks!!

  • Reply Anthony Odior October 22, 2017 at 10:11 pm

    This is dope. It indeed gave me a good start. Thanks!

  • Reply TN Channel October 31, 2017 at 2:51 pm

    how to download

  • Reply Dan Danu November 1, 2017 at 6:35 pm

    Very easy to follow…best tutorial on CC 2017.

  • Reply falafelpanda November 2, 2017 at 10:56 am

    Thank you soo much for this. It really has cleared up things in the simplest way possible and for that I really am thankfull. Keep up the good work and I will surely check out your other tutorials.

  • Reply JokerGaming_ 437 November 14, 2017 at 2:36 am

    Whenever I open a picture, it’s super small in photoshop, help me

  • Reply Aleson November 14, 2017 at 4:21 am

    Thank you so much, awesome video

  • Reply Pacific Northwest November 15, 2017 at 5:17 pm

    Thank you for this!

  • Reply ben buhl November 28, 2017 at 4:31 pm

    Dude…don't you think it might be important to FIRST demonstrate importing images? Seems to me if I go through all the trouble to take images, I might want to import them so that I can in turn, like, do all those manipulations that follow. Just amazing how you skipped over that and went directly to step 2. Thumb down.

  • Reply Gentleman Gamer November 30, 2017 at 7:32 pm

    Can Photoshop be used to create youtube thumbnails?

  • Reply MOHAMMED ALQAMA December 14, 2017 at 9:52 pm

    Hey bro.. i want a job in your city for accountant can u helped me because i am poor man

  • Reply Cryptxzz December 17, 2017 at 7:54 pm

    Thank you man, you just got yourself a new sub! 😛

  • Reply Frank Cich December 20, 2017 at 6:46 pm

    Justin, an excellent and true beginner's tutorial. Well paced, and easier to understand than other videos I have seen. Thank you!

  • Reply Giancarlo Penaherrera December 24, 2017 at 5:40 pm

    i didnt get that camera raw window when i selecting an image…

  • Reply Mr cool Lu January 10, 2018 at 5:33 am

    thanks so much😊just starting the basic

  • Reply Sarah S January 15, 2018 at 4:37 pm

    Of all the Photoshop How-To videos I have trawled through in the past few days this is by far the best. Superb clarity in an ocean of blah!

  • Reply Glenda Obando January 18, 2018 at 12:29 am

    Thanks, you don't know how many tutorials don't start with the basics, especially with the new version's start page or how to start a "New" document/PSD and the options.

  • Reply Natalia Biersack January 30, 2018 at 3:41 am

    I love your voice.

  • Reply Ali Black February 7, 2018 at 4:26 pm

    thank you for the much needed class. it was inspirational.

  • Reply March 1, 2018 at 9:05 pm

    you really make the best tutorials. Great Job.

  • Reply Alexander San March 19, 2018 at 6:21 am

    thank you so much

  • Reply Hardene3f7 March 19, 2018 at 8:08 am

    I know it's too late but I want to thank you Justin! =)

  • Reply Adelfa Cristobal March 25, 2018 at 3:24 am

    Thank you, I'm just learning the basic, very helpful.

  • Reply Steve Ramirez April 10, 2018 at 3:34 am

    You’re by far the best. Awesome videos. Extremely helpful.

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  • Reply Antonie Ng May 12, 2018 at 12:10 pm

    Hi I know this is a newbie question but would like to know what differentiates each of these programs: Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Lightroom and Premier Pro?

    Thanks guys and thanks for the tutorial Justin!

  • Reply G J Forensic , LLC May 19, 2018 at 4:48 pm

    Excellent information

  • Reply Timi Idowu July 7, 2018 at 2:30 am

    This was so helpful thanks

  • Reply MonkeyToes August 4, 2018 at 1:36 pm

    thanks! this was super helpful! :3

  • Reply Corixian August 6, 2018 at 11:19 pm

    ANOTHER TIP: If you want to move something but keep it on the same horizontal or vertical plane, hold down shift and drag down​, up, left, or right, and it will stay on the same plane

  • Reply Space Cat August 23, 2018 at 11:17 pm

    This was very helpful thank you for this.

  • Reply Cece B August 27, 2018 at 10:31 pm

    See now this is the type of tutorials that I need. Not many people explain this stuff clearly. Thank you very much for this!!

  • Reply Jennifer Jinx September 20, 2018 at 2:19 am

    big thanks for such great basic advice: "Reset Workspace". I had not stumbled across this in other tutorials.

  • Reply Zainab Karamat September 27, 2018 at 12:32 pm

    thankyou!! the voice is calm enough

  • Reply ramzeen.m November 5, 2018 at 8:33 pm

    Amazing Tutorial 🙂

  • Reply Just Jess November 15, 2018 at 12:08 am

    hugely informative for a complete newbie such as myself. thanks!

  • Reply Man Of Mesopotamia May 12, 2019 at 5:57 pm

    all tutorial for beginners must start with an intro explain facts and uses of the software ! for instance we want to know what is Photoshop and why we learn it!? once we know these facts, then we jump to explain the user interface

  • Reply Adityaa Mahajan September 29, 2019 at 9:38 am

    Your explanation is very good ,I understand everything . You got yourself a new subscriber 👍!

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  • Reply Skylar Melendez October 8, 2019 at 5:14 pm

    this is to helpful thumbs down

  • Reply Jaylon Menefee October 8, 2019 at 5:15 pm

    get this to 69 dislikes

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