Get started with Photoshop basics.
Some fundamental knowledge of Photoshop can help you take the first steps to creating impressive digital artwork using photos, textures, shapes, and line drawings. Dive in and start a simple project, such as a postcard, to see what you can do.
Remove an object or spot from an image.
One easy way to use Photoshop is to remove things like garbage bins, power lines, and photobombers from your pictures. It’s also easy to remove a blemish from a portrait or a piece of litter from your perfect postcard beach shot.
Write on your layers.
If you’re making a postcard from your beach paradise, you may want to add the name of the place or a message.
Save your file.
To save a file, go to the File menu and select any of the Save commands: Save, Save As, or Save a Copy. You can save to cloud documents or save on your computer. You can also export your PSD to another file type, like JPEG, PNG, or PDF. In the top menu, click File › Export › Export As to export your document.
Make big changes in an instant with Neural Filters.
Neural Filters are smart filters that use the power of Adobe Sensei AI technology to make quick, automatic edits to images. Now you can make the kinds of edits that used to take hours for professional graphic designers in seconds.
To select a filter, click Choose Filter › Neural Filters from the top menu in Photoshop. Download the filter of your choice if it’s not already installed, then adjust its settings as you like. The following are just a few of the filters available.