Picking up from Part 1 of our Photoshop Touch tutorial (where I covered the organization of the UI, basic layering and selection options, basic tool options, and a simple layered workflow for improving photos), let’s take a look at a few of the ways Photoshop Touch allows us to apply more creative effects to our photos! We’ll do this by opening an image from Creative Cloud storage, modifying it, then save it directly to our iPad so it’s available the next time we use Photoshop Touch. This tutorial covers Photoshop Touch Adjustments, Effects, and additional tips for managing layers.
(Try bumping the res to 720p if the text looks a little fuzzy.)
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