Introduction to Photoshop for Beginners

Photoshop is a photo editing and raster graphic design software which allows users to create, edit, and manipulate various graphics as well as digital art. It also allows to create and edit raster images with multiple layers and import the images in various file formats. It can also be used to design an infinite number of projects. So if you have any need to work with digital (or scanned) photographs, or want to create backgrounds, or images for websites, or a poster for your lost kitten or just paint a picture- Photoshop is a great tool to have. Photoshop is developed by Adobe Systems for both Windows and MacOS.

Why should you learn here?

If you decided that you should learn Photoshop in Urdu / Hindi, then why should you choose this site to learn it? Well, first off, it’s completely FREE. There are literally millions of web pages that offer Photoshop tutorials, and that’s the problem. Where do you start? If you want to learn to do one particular task with the program, there’s probably a tutorial out there for you. If you want to learn how to use the program in an organized and useful manner in Urdu / Hindi, then this course is the best site for you. Each tutorial is developed to be part of a complete beginner’s course to get you to become Photoshop proficient. Because it is such a powerful program, we’ve set out to give you a very good toolset to do most of the common tasks that you will use Photoshop for, while omitting the useless stuff you won’t use as a beginner.

What do you need?

What you need to start your introduction to Photoshop is a working copy of the program. It doesn’t really matter what version you are using, but the tutorials are based on Photoshop CC. If you are using an older version, you may notice some differences, and missing tools in your version. Don’t despair, though – you’ll be able to figure it out, many of the tools haven’t changed in years. We use the PC version here but it is basically the same as the Mac versions, replace “Alt” key with the “Option” key etc.

 You can download a free trial from Adobe. Here is the link : 

When you get there, look for this link and click on try (or buy Adobe Photoshop CC ).
So go ahead and download the program, install it, and open it up.