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  • Category Archives Photoshop

    That's right! CS5 IS FINALLY HERE!! If you pre-ordered, you should be getting your copy any day. If you can't wait, go HERE and download the trial to play around, I mean work with, the new software. And, don't forget... NAPP has their completely FREE Learning Center for you right here (You don't even have to be a NAPP member!). For those who are NAPP members, you get a 15% DISCOUNT on purchases through the Adobe store. Log into your account at PhotoshopUser.com and look in the Discounts section to take advantage of it! And if you're a Kelby Training Online subscriber, you can check out all of the latest full classes on CS5 (Photoshop Power Session & Crash Course, HDR, Channels & Masks, 3D, Camera Raw, & much much more!) right here. And if you're not a subscriber but would like to be,…

    So with all the excitement surrounding the pending release of Photoshop CS5 and the rest of the Creative Suite I feel it incumbent upon me to talk a bit about 3D in Photoshop because, like anything new or different, there are always divided opinions. Do I really need 3D? What will it do for me as a photographer or as a designer? Why is it in Extended and not Standard? Why is 3D even in Photoshop? While I cannot answer all of these questions I will at least start with that last question. Why 3D in Photoshop? I think a better question is why did it take so long to get 3D in Photoshop? To answer this let is first look at where 3D started in Photoshop and where it’s going. Look around the world right now. 3D is everywhere. Movies, TV and print…

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    I'm bringing my "Photoshop for Digital Photographers" Tour to Atlanta on Friday, May 28th and I hope you can join me for the day. I haven't been to Atlanta in a few years (well, with a seminar anyway. I fly Delta, so it seems like I'm in Atlanta every other week), so I'm really looking forward to coming to town (and sneaking over to The Varsity for a greasy burger). We have limited seating, so if you want to come and learn all the latest stuff (I'll be adding in some CS5 stuff along the way), you can sign up  for just $99 for the full day, including the step-by-step workbook (NAPP members come for only $79). Here's the link with all the details. Hope I'll get to meet you in person in Atlanta.

    Hi Gang: Just a quickie: We've got Bryan O'Neil Hughes, Photoshop Product Manager, as a call-in guest on our 1:30 PM EDT free Photoshop CS5 Webinar, and he's going to be talking about Adobe's JDI (Just Do It) initiative to enhance and improve existing features in Photoshop to make our daily lives easier (and there are a TON of JDI's in CS5). Here's the link where you can watch us live, and we'll be taking your questions on the air. Also, please help us spread the word about today's show---everybody's invited---it's all free---and I hope to see you in our live Q&A forum where you can post questions. See you then! P.S. We're giving away another free upgrade to CS5 on today's show, so don't miss it!

    Hi everybody. :) After three days of doing two live Photoshop CS5 seminars a day with the NAPP crew, and fielding thousands of questions from viewers, I wanted to address a few of them here, but I also wanted to address one upgrade topic in particular, that's starting to wear on me a bit. Here goes: Q. I just got Photoshop CS4----how can Adobe already be bringing out CS5? A. Adobe released Photoshop CS4 back in September of 2008. It's April of 2010. Q. Yeah, but I just bought it recently. A. Why'd you wait so long? Q. I dunno. A. Neither do I. I know you want to blame Adobe, but the fact that you waited this long isn't Adobe's fault. Q. I know. But it seems like CS4 just came out. A. That's because you waited so long to upgrade. But I…

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