Learning Photoshop: Mood Board

Skillshare collage copy

Since getting Photoshop and Lightroom for Christmas I’m on a mission to learn as much as I can before school starts and I have no time.

I’ve been using Google and the Adobe website to look up specific things, but today I followed a Skillshare class to learn how to make this mood board. If you don’t know what Skillshare is, it’s a subscription based website with fun classes on things like web design, painting, drawing, marketing, photography, hand lettering, and more. You pay $10 a month and can take as many classes as you want, streaming them whenever you want. I’ve been using it since the summer and have taken classes in photography, watercolor painting, fashion drawing, and now Photoshop.
The one I used to make my mood board is called “Basics of Photoshop: Fundamentals for Beginners” and is taught by Meg Lewis. It was fun and easy to follow. It you’re trying to learn Photoshop I would definitely recommend it.

I hope you all had a great day!

~Kelsey

*Note: This post was not sponsored by Skillshare…but if they wanted to sponsor a post I definitely wouldn’t be opposed! Haha
**Other Note: All images were found on my Pinterest.

6 Comments

  1. i totally feel where you’re coming from on learning photoshop. its a tough cookie to crack when you come into it blind. i taught myself everything i know so far (which is n to that much btw) and i am still have an entire ocean to cross. this year I’m going to focus more on this precious gem and really get the most out of it. best of luck to you on your learning journey! =) thanks for sharing about skillshare. i will definitely have to look into that to boost my photoshop skills.
    xo whit

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