Compliments of Ray Rasmussen: Ray's Web
This first set of lessons involves some of the "basics" - things you need to know to make improvements in an image that's flawed or that's already pretty good and to get the image ready for printing.
All the lessons in this first set are very basic -- yet, you will likely experience some confusion and frustration. Don't blame yourself. Photoshop is a complicated program that takes years to learn.
I'll be changing these lessons from time to time, so if things look different than last time you looked, it's probably not your memory going bad!
If you have any problems, drop me a line and I'll help: firstname.lastname@example.org
Okay, ready to go? Click on Lesson 1 and we'll download some images for use in the lessons.
Lesson 1: Downloading Images and Opening them in Photoshop
Lesson 2: Assessing an Image
Lesson 3. Cropping [cropping and sizing the image]
Lesson 4. Correcting Horizon Lines [rotating the image]
Lesson 5. Fixing Blemishes [using the clone stamp tool]
Lesson 6. Adjusting Color[changing the color, brightness, hue, saturation, etc.]
Lesson 7: Sizing and Preparing an image for printing