Adobe Photoshop CS2 Advanced Level
Learn CS2 new features right away and put it to work for you in no time
(Designed for Windows) is the second CD set to the Mastering Photoshop CS2 level 1. Customers who bought Level 1 should purchase this 2nd CD.
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- Use sample files to practice along in Adobe® Photoshop CS2 software program
Table of contents
Lesson 9: Working with the Pen Tool
9.1 Use the Pen Tool to draw straight and curved paths.
9.2 Save work paths.
9.3 Fill and stroke paths.
9.4 Edit paths using path-editing tools.
9.5 Convert a path to a selection.
9.6 Convert a selection to a path.
Lesson 10: Working with Vector Masks, Paths, and Shapes
10.1 Draw and edit layer shapes and layer paths.
10.2 Create complex layer shapes by combining or subtracting different shapes.
10.3 Combine vector paths to create a shape.
10.4 Use edit mode to add and edit a text layer.
10.5 Load and apply custom layer shapes.
10.6 Create a work path from text.
10.7 Alter the appearance of work paths.
10.8 Apply a gradient and use a work path to create a vector mask.
10.9 Merge and distort layer combinations.
Lesson 11: Using Advanced Layer Techniques
11.1 Create paths to clip a layer.
11.2 Create layer sets to organize and manager layers.
11.3 Create adjustment layers and used them to apply color and tonal adjustments without permanently changing pixel data.
11.4 Create a knockout gradient layer to use one layer selectively to reveal others.
11.5 Import layers from other Photoshop files.
11.6 Duplicate and clip layers.
11.7 Add layer styles to a layer, and apply the effects to multiple layers.
11.8 Rasterize layers.
11.9 Convert clipping paths to masks.
11.10 Use filter effects.
11.11 Create a border layer for your artwork.
11.12 Flatten and save layered files to reduce file size.
Lesson 12: Automating Tasks and Creating Special Effects
12.1 Automate a multi-step task
12.2 Use guides to help you place and align images precisely.
12.3 Save selections and load them as masks.
12.4 Apply color effects only to unmasked areas of an image.
12.5 Make color correction to a selection using an adjustment layer.
12.6 Use filter effects to create effects.
12.7 Use layer styles to create editable special effects.
Lesson 13: Using Spot Colors to Create Two-Color Images
13.1 Use channels to convert a color image to grayscale.
13.2 Adjust the tonal range of the image by assigning values to black and white points.
13.3 Sharpen the image.
13.4 Add spot color to selected areas of the image.
Lesson 14: Arranging Objects in ImageReady CS2
14.1 Duplicate and align a layer object to other objects as you move it in the image.
14.2 Create a layer group.
14.3 Duplicate, align, and transform a layer group.
14.4 Create a layer set and apply changes to it.
14.5 Duplicate and edit text objects.
14.6 Align and group text objects.
14.7 Change the attributes of multiple text objects.
Lesson 15: Creating Links in Photoshop and ImageReady CS2
15.1 Create image slices in Photoshop and ImageReady.
15.2 Link user slices to other HTML pages or locations.
15.3 Define image-map areas using different methods.
15.4 Link image-map areas to other HTML pages and locations.
15.5 Generate and HTML page that contains the sliced image in a table.
Lesson 16: Optimizing Web Images
16.1 Create animations by hiding and showing layers.
16.2 Create animations based on changes in position, opacity, and layer effects.
16.3 Use the Tween command to create smooth transitions between frames.
16.4 Create animations using vector masks.
16.5 Create animations using layer masks.
16.6 Preview the animations in ImageReady and in a web browser.
16.7 Use the Optimize palette to optimize the animation.
Lesson 17: Creating Rollover Effects in ImageReady CS2 Optimizing Web Images
17.1 Create rollovers with warped text.
17.2 Create and divide a slice into a table of slices.
17.3 Create rollovers affecting layer visibility.
17.4 Create rollovers using layer styles.
17.5 Add new slices to a slice set.
17.6 Create a slice from a hidden layer.
17.7 Create remote rollovers.
17.8 Generate a web page from the image and rollovers we create.
Lesson 18: Creating Animating GIF Images in ImageReady CS2
18.1 Create animations by hiding and showing layers.
18.2 Create animations based on changes in position, opacity, and layer effects.
18.3 Use the Tween command to create smooth transitions between frames.
18.4 Create animations using vector masks.
18.5 Create animations using layer masks.
18.6 Preview the animations in ImageReady and in a web browser.
18.7 Use the Optimize palette to optimize the animation.
Lesson 19: Color Management
Specify color management settings for displaying, editing, and printing images.
19.2 Prepare an image for printing on a PostScript CMYK printer.
19.3 Proof an image for printing.
19.4 Saving an image as a separation.
Specs and Support
Total training time: ~24 hours
Content: CD-ROM disc (sealed in a DVD-case)
Platform: Windows 10, 8, 7 and Vista
Processor: Pentium 133 Mhz or higher
Hard drive space: 10MB
CD-ROM Drive speed: 24X