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The third section of the popular and comprehensive series Photoshop CC One-on-One follows industry pro Deke McClelland as he plunges to the inner workings of Adobe Photoshop. He shows how to adjust your color, interface, and gratifaction settings to get the best out of your images along with the most out of Photoshop, and explores the potency of Smart Objects, Shadows/Highlights, and Curves to make subtle, nondestructive adjustments. The course dives into Camera Raw to test out the editing toolset there, and returns to Photoshop to go over toning, blur, and blend modes. Deke also teaches tried-and-true methods for sharpening details and reducing noise, as well as creating quick and accurate selections with Quick Mask, Color Range, and Refine Edge commands.
Topics include:

Adding shortcuts and adjusting preferences
Placing and blending Smart Objects
Transforming and warping vector objects
Correcting for lens distortion
Mitigating halos and enhancing contrast with Shadows/Highlights
Working while using Curves graph
Editing multiple images in Camera Raw
Infusing a black-and-white image with color
Colorizing with blend modes and opacity
Correcting a noisy photo
Using blur to concentrate the viewer's attention
Blending inside blend modes
Selecting a complex image with Color Range
Perfecting a mask with Refine Edge
Drawing a straight-sided path outline with the Pen tool
Converting path outlines to vector masks

Introduction 2m 0s
Welcome to One-on-One 2m 0s

23. Shortcuts and Settings 44m 47s
Adding shortcuts and adjusting preferences 46s
Loading my dekeKeys keyboard shortcuts 4m 36s
Reviewing your custom keyboard shortcuts 14m 46s
Remapping your Macintosh OS shortcuts 3m 4s
Adjusting a couple of general preferences 4m 3s
Using the visual HUD color picker 2m 2s
The interface and gratification settings 7m 28s
Adjusting Photoshop color settings 8m 2s

24. Smart Objects 45m 18s
Smart Object means "indestructible" 1m 38s
Three methods to place a Smart Object 3m 6s
Copying and pasting from Adobe Illustrator 4m 9s
Transforming and warping a vector object 4m 48s
Blending a Smart Object right into a photograph 3m 10s
Blurring with a nested Smart Filter 4m 57s
Editing a Smart Object in Illustrator 3m 25s
Creating "true clones" 3m 50s
Duplicating a gaggle of clones 2m 53s
Breaking the Smart Object link 2m 53s
Editing originals; updating clones 4m 38s
Removing people from a scene with Median 5m 51s

25. Shadows/Highlights 31m 15s
Luminance meets sharpening 1m 2s
Correcting for lens distortion 5m 55s
Introducing Shadows/Highlights 3m 54s
Mitigating halos with Radius values 4m 19s
Enhancing the consequences of Midtone Contrast 3m 18s
Creating a "bounce" with Gaussian Blur 3m 29s
Sharpening in addition to blur 2m 47s
Masking a group of Smart Filters 2m 53s
Reducing the density of the layer mask 3m 38s

26. Using Curves 49m 8s
How the Curves graph works 2m 40s
Introducing the Curves adjustment 7m 36s
Adding and editing points on the curve 6m 27s
Curves guidelines 8m 12s
Correcting an overwhelming image 6m 33s
Selecting and darkening highlights 4m 39s
Neutralizing colors; smoothing transitions 6m 6s
The new automatic Curves function 6m 55s

27. Camera Raw 1h 43m
Photoshop's digital darkroom 2m 29s
Opening and editing multiple images 8m 1s
Correcting white balance 4m 8s
The revamped Exposure controls 8m 9s
Working with archival Camera Raw images 6m 41s
Retouching with the Spot Removal tool 4m 9s
Using the Graduated Filter tool 4m 52s
Painting edits with the Adjustment Brush 7m 46s
Tone curves (and the reasons you don't need them) 6m 3s
Straighten, crop, and geometric distortions 5m 21s
Auto-upright and manual lens corrections 8m 1s
Vignette, chromatic aberration, and fringe 6m 50s
Selective hue, saturation, and luminance 6m 36s
Working with JPEG and TIFF images 6m 36s
Camera Raw Smart Objects 6m 10s
The Camera Raw filter and Radial Filter tool 7m 34s
Editing Camera Raw images from Bridge 4m 24s

28. Duotones and Colorization 32m 30s
Infusing white and black with color 1m 23s
Creating a professional-quality sepia tone 4m 18s
Introducing the Gradient Map adjustment 5m 42s
Loading a library of custom gradients 3m 48s
Creating a custom quadtone 5m 48s
Colorizing with blend modes and Opacity 4m 6s
Creating a faux-color, high-key effect 7m 25s

29. Noise versus Detail 1h 6m
Noise isn't all bad 1m 28s
Introducing the Reduce Noise filter 7m 29s
Correcting a noisy photo 5m 33s
Smoothing over high-contrast noise 5m 50s
Protecting details having an edge mask 4m 52s
Adjusting overly saturated shadows 3m 36s
Correcting with High Pass and Lens Blur 3m 45s
Masking blur and sharpen layers 6m 42s
Creating texture by adding noise 5m 28s
The Camera Raw Detail panel 7m 8s
Correcting noise and detail in Camera Raw 8m 10s
Adding noise grain and vignetting effects 6m 47s

30. The Blur Gallery 47m 58s
Why blur focuses your attention 1m 27s
Creating a depth-of-field effect with Field Blur 4m 44s
Adjusting your Field Blur settings 5m 0s
Editing and exporting a Field Blur mask 9m 24s
Adding a synthetic light bokeh 6m 15s
Using the Selection Bleed option 6m 40s
Creating a radial blur with Iris Blur 6m 31s
Creating "fake miniatures" with Tilt-Shift 4m 52s
Combining multiple Blur Gallery effects 3m 5s

31. Blend Modes 1h 34m
Blending layers with (basic) math 1m 16s
Using the Dissolve mode 9m 47s
Multiply and the darken modes 8m 30s
Screen and the lighten modes 8m 10s
Cleaning up and integrating an undesirable photo 6m 38s
Blending inside blend modes 6m 55s
Overlay and the contrast modes 6m 53s
A few great uses of the contrast modes 9m 7s
Difference, Exclusion, Subtract, and Divide 5m 5s
Capturing the differences between images 4m 18s
Hue, Saturation, Color, and Luminosity 4m 45s
Blend mode shortcuts 6m 21s
The Fill Opacity Eight 8m 57s
Using the luminance-exclusion slider bars 8m 8s

32. Color Range and Quick Mask 44m 20s
The best automatic selection functions 1m 14s
Introducing the Color Range command 7m 24s
Selecting a complex image with Color Range 5m 49s
Refining a variety in the Quick Mask mode 7m 4s
Viewing a mask with or without its image 4m 24s
Painting directly within the alpha channel 5m 39s
Correcting fringes around a masked layer 8m 5s
Turning a layer right into a knockout 4m 41s

33. Refine Edge and Layer Masks 59m 44s
The best automatic selection enhancements 1m 28s
Laying down a base layer mask 6m 50s
Introducing the Refine Edge/Mask command 7m 57s
Edge detection and Smart Radius 4m 42s
Using the Refine Radius tool 7m 31s
The transformative power of Refine Edge 3m 37s
Perfecting a mask with overlay painting 10m 58s
Combining Quick Selection with Refine Mask 10m 37s
Bolstering and integrating hair 6m 4s

34. The Pen Tool 1h 18m
Tracing a graphic point by point 1m 50s
Pixel-based masking versus the Pen tool 6m 45s
Drawing a straight-sided path outline 6m 59s
Moving, deleting, and adding anchor points 6m 10s
Dragging control handles to switch curves 5m 27s
Converting a path outline with a vector mask 5m 35s
Customizing a geometric shape 5m 53s
How to put points and control handles 7m 7s
Drawing smooth points with all the Pen tool 8m 7s
Duplicating and scaling a vector mask 5m 21s
Cusp points and also the Rubber Band option 6m 51s
Setting anchor points within the pasteboard 6m 8s
Using the Convert Point tool 6m 43s
Conclusion 57s
Until the next occasion 57s

Source: - Photoshop CC One-on-One Advanced

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