This course is in the catalog for “beginners” in Photoshop, but we came at the same time quite a bit further, I think, and there is a LOT of stuff to learn.
I have not learnt the whole stuff, because I feel I need to see the videos again once more, and probably once again – just to be sure really to learn it, but then I think I can say, that I am ready for the more advanced Photoshop-courses if I get the urge, because here you really build a foundation with this course
- He takes you down a long road in Photoshop.
Rob Sheppard is a born "video teacher" - one could even feel his enthusiasm, and he wants really deeply and sincerely that you learn what he has set out that you have to learn, and the VERY good thing is that he does not choose some pictures that is easy to deal with – e.g. using content aware, and that is very, very good, so here you learn a lot.
And if you ask a question, you will get a very thorough answer.
I do not understand the former critique about it was not so good for CS6 ?
– I only have CS6, and everything went smooth, and I am clearly much better using CS6, than before this course.
Of course this here also works for example for CS3, but e.g. the content aware is for CS6, I think ?
Setting the black and white points, the levels, the hue/saturation, resizing, sharpening, layers and layer masks and more are also for older versions.