Photoshop: Moving, deleting, and adding anchor points 
Photoshop: Moving, deleting, and adding anchor points
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Date Added: April 26, 2017

Lecture Description

This Photoshop tutorial shows how to edit an existing path outline by dragging, deleting, and adding points with the Pen tool. Watch more at

This is a single movie from the last chapter of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced course presented by author Deke McClelland. The complete course is 11 hours long and follows industry pro Deke McClelland as he plunges into the workings of Photoshop, from Smart Objects and sharpening to smart selections

Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced table of contents:
23. Settings and Shortcuts
24. Smart Objects
25. Shadows/Highlights
26. Using Curves
27. Camera Raw
28. Duotones and Colorize
29. Noise and Detail
30. The Blur Gallery
31. Blend Modes
32. Color Range and Quick Mask
33. Refine Edge and Layer Masks
34. The Pen Tool

Course Index

  1. Photoshop: How the Curves graph works
  2. Photoshop: Dragging control handles to modify curves
  3. Photoshop: Pixel-based masking versus the Pen tool
  4. Photoshop: Converting a path outline to a vector mask
  5. Photoshop: Drawing a straight-sided path outline
  6. Photoshop: Moving, deleting, and adding anchor points
  7. Photoshop: Curves tips and tricks
  8. Photoshop: Adding and editing points on a curve
  9. Photoshop: Adjusting Photoshop color settings
  10. Photoshop: Introducing the Curves adjustment
  11. Photoshop: Loading dekeKeys shortcuts
  12. Photoshop: Softness and building blur
  13. Photoshop: Smart Objects and sharpening
  14. Photoshop: Color Lookup adjustment layers
  15. Photoshop: How to composite images using layers
  16. Photoshop CS6: Working with Curves
  17. Photoshop CS6: Working with Level controls
  18. Photoshop CS6: Adjusting brightness and contrast
  19. Photoshop CS6: How to create custom borders
  20. Photoshop CS6: Working with masks
  21. Photoshop CS6: Working with Marquee tools
  22. Photoshop CS6: Working with layers
  23. Photoshop CS6: Working with Camera Raw preferences
  24. Photoshop CS6: Understanding pixels and bit depth
  25. Photoshop CS6: Managing multiple documents
  26. Photoshop CS6 color management and monitor calibration
  27. Photoshop CS6: Working with floating windows
  28. How to customize color settings in Photoshop CS6
  29. How to create Collections in Photoshop CS6
  30. Using Adobe Bridge in Photoshop CS6
  31. Photoshop CS6 strategies for success
  32. Photoshop CS6: Adjusting saturation levels with Vibrance
  33. How to edit Adjustment layers in Photoshop CS6
  34. Photoshop CS6 tips for working with layers
  35. Photoshop CS6: Adjusting opacity and blend in layers
  36. Photoshop CS6: Upsample vs. capturing real pixels
  37. Photoshop CS6: How to use the Navigator panel
  38. Modifying the brightness Interface in Photoshop CS6
  39. How to use the Content-Aware Scale feature
  40. Photoshop CS6: Resizing images versus Resampling images
  41. Adobe Camera Raw: Saving with Snapshots
  42. Adobe Camera Raw: Using the Spot Removal tool
  43. Adobe Camera Raw: Using the White Balance tool
  44. Adobe Bridge CS6: Raw files vs. JPEG files
  45. How to create Adobe Bridge smart collections
  46. How to save image collections in Adobe Bridge
  47. Viewing Adobe Bridge images in full-screen mode
  48. Importing images from Adobe Bridge to Photoshop
  49. Photoshop CS6: Using the Content-Aware Move tool
  50. Photoshop CS6: Working with the Tilt-Shift blur
  51. Photoshop CS6: Importing an Adobe Bridge contact sheet
  52. How to use the Photoshop CS6 Crop tool

Course Description

This is a miscellaneous selection of 52 tutorials under 10 minutes by, showing basic and advanced concepts in Photoshop CS6. If you use Photoshop CC or newer versions, this tutorial may still be relevant to you.


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