How To Get Started With Adobe Photoshop CC – 10 Things Beginners Want to Know How To Do

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One of my most popular videos right now (it’s getting the most views daily) is my How To Get Started with Adobe Photoshop CS6 video. I figured it was time to make the Photoshop CC version and here it is. In this episode of Adobe Creative Cloud TV I’ll show you how to get started using Photoshop CC. This is for beginners, first time Photoshop users, and folks who are self-taught and may be missing things. We’ll cover the 10 things beginners ask about the most.

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  • Jesse Coleman

    Hi Terry,

    I’m a pro using PS6, and I was just using a friend’s CC and noticed something changed with the transform tool, so I googled “Photoshop CC” + “transform tool” + “raster vs smart object layer” which was no help at all, so I’ve turned to you.

    Typically when you distort a raster layer with the Transform tool, the the transformation is committed once you press enter, whereas with a smart object layer, the transformation continues to be editable.

    However, with CC, I made a square, pressed command-T, held the command key and pulled a corner outwards to distort the square. Pressed Enter to commit. Then I re-enabled Transform, the bounding box encompassed the entire shape as I expected, but when I moved a corner handle on the bounding box to simply scale the transformation, the raster shape returned to a square!

    I dont have CC myself, but I thought you might be able to shed some light on this.

    Thanks!