The Best Websites To Learn Photoshop

bijutoha

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I was thinking during few days to share something special for Photoshop Lovers who really want to get free web resources to learn Adobe Photoshop. Whereas, I love this platform [Webmaster Sun] like you friends. So, lets share each Photoshop resource have we found useful.

In my regular life I used to check these..

1. http://www.photoshop.com/tutorials
2. https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/tutorials.html
3. Planet Photoshop
4. Photoshop Training CH [YouTube]
5. Photoshop Lady
6. http://www.psdbox.com/category/beginners-serie
7. http://www.good-tutorials.com/
8. http://www.clippingpathspecialist.com/blog/
9. http://www.pslover.com/
10. http://tutsplus.com/

So, What is yours.... ?
 

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I have a little knowledge about photoshop, just designing simple graphics.

I know using Photoshop from books that I bought from stores. I didn't learn from websites before.
 

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Thank you so much for the useful links to learn about Photoshop. But as a fresher we can't understand all the tutorial points, so it is always better to train under an experienced person. Then we can get professional vector design, real time work life issues etc.,
 

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In my opinion you-tube is the best source to learn Photoshop, there you can search for Photoshop tutorials and explore yourself by watching videos. If you want to join in any online training classes to learn Photoshop then you can try lynda.com. They provide a basic tutorials for newbies to learn free. After completion of the training from lynda.com for sure people will become a sharper Photoshop designer like me :)
 

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I learnt a some photoshop tricks from pixlr.com which is kind of an online version of photoshop.
 

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IF you want to learn the application.

Sit down and start playing with it. Figure it out.

I spent my college summer in front of the computer doing just that for PS 2.2 and when I came back I was not only better than those that took the classes available but I also developed by own techniques and awareness of the intuitiveness of the application. (yes it actually has a framework and logic to it)

You can take the boxed classes and whatnot and have crap retention and crap ability while claiming to have learned something... or you can do the actual math and really know it.
 

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Honestly, http://www.good-tutorials.com/ has been my goto site for tutorials related to graphic and Web-design since I started--over ten years ago. The site provides various resources for graphic designers and Web designers who use Photoshop and other programs. Tutorials among them include amazing text effects, logo design, and page layout design. Give them a look and let me know what you think. They've been around since 2002.
 

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It's easier to learn photoshop through videos like from youtube.
 

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I learnt Photoshop by using google search, I couldn't remember all the site I visited.
 

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1. Lynda - http://www.lynda.com/Photoshop-tutorials/279-0.html

This may be me favorite resource. It isn't free, however, it provides such amazing content that I do believe that it is well worth the price. Starting at just $25 a month, they offer over 290 Photoshop courses and 17,000 video tutorials! Not only that, the instructors are world class and easy to follow. They are even categorized by skill level. You can fine tune your education by going straight to the basics or exploring specific tools or techniques. If you have a favorite author, you can look through all their videos. I personally recommend Chris Orwig's videos. He teaches at Brooks Institute. It is a testament to the level of talent teaching at Lynda.
Another great part about Lynda is that there are plenty of topics other than Photoshop! Check out all the subjects available through their library.
 

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Thanks for sharing these great websites. I have little knowledge on Photoshop and I learnt them from a friend. You can also get lots of help from YouTube videos. There are a lot of YouTube channels that offer the tutorials free, while you have to subscribe for some.
 

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PHLEARN-Am surprise no one had made mention of this.What i enjoy about this wonderful site is the amazing tutorials you find there which go over different special effects.In the process you learn a lot about the program tools.
Am personally learning with them and i will tell you i have learn a whole lot just by following random tutorials on there site and i put them into practice.They also offer free tutorial that comes up as well.Learn with them and be surprise of what you have achieved in a short while.
They make Photoshop easy.
The website is phlearn.com
 

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Honestly the first place I go to to learn anything feel to be interesting or useful, that site would be YouTube. People create amazing tutorial playlist all the time and this is how I learned all kinds of useful skills. It's worth considering checking out and maybe you'll agree with my synopsis? Either way I'm sure there's all kinds of places to find photoshop tutorials and helpful advice. It's just a matter of researching it.
 

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I'd say that YouTube is the best method out there, because you are getting first hand experience and you can literally see how everything is done right in front of you and someone capable of doing it describing how so. There are an uncountable amount of videos by all kinds of people who can teach you everything you need to know. Just reading plain text information, can be confusing and not really worth it IMO, when you have the advantage of literally seeing how something's done then you should use it.
 

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I think youtube is the best place to learn photoshop. There are hundreds of thousands of photoshop tutorial videos on youtube. However, when you are learning from youtube, it might be very confusing, because there are bad videos as well. Therefore, the best advice is to buy a tutorial video and learn according to your convinence.
 

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You can learn Photoshop on just watching some tutorials on YouTube. Search Phlearn on Youtube, he's the best one on terms of teaching you the basic and professional way. I'll admit I learned something from him, he gives so much details that you can learn fast from it.
 

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Just keep on watching on "Youtube" tutorial, there are many videos that you can find to teach you online. Just make it sure that you to be patient to learn all those tools and techniques of every detail to master the "Photoshop". Why I say that Youtube is the best website to learn Photoshop simply because it will you give the step-by-step tutorial by watching and listening to the video. Compare to other online tutorial it will only give you only the pictures of every detail that you have to learn and it's kinda boring.
 
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