Photoshop Product Manager Bryan Hughes on today’s Free CS5 Webinar

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!

  1. Excellent show again today. SO informative. I know that I will really want to re-view these webinars once I get my hand on CS5 because I’m getting information overload (and loving it, truly). Thanks. And I am a happy NAPP member; with so many specials, I’m renewed until either 2012 or 2013! Seriously! Oh, and Kelby Training, awesome. It’s a comfort. Ok, enough sucking up, I just wanted to say these things. OH and yeah, I used to work with Mike Crum (ex-Dell person) and he knows you as well.

  2. Hi, Scott! I’m new. Really new. I just got my first D-SLR in December. I’m learning so much and I’d love to dive into the world of Photoshop. I watched the webinar and my brain caught on fire.

    Since my husband is in grad school, we can get a CRAZY deal on Photoshop. I just need some advice on which version to get? I’m totally overwhelmed. I did a 30-trial of LR2 and loved it. What do you recommend? I don’t want to have to upgrade later, and since we can get such a great deal, I have no problem spending the money. I just don’t want to totally overdo it. I don’t want to buy something that I’ll never, ever use.

    I’d love your help! I appreciate your willingness to share your expertise with a silly little mother-of-five who’s just learning!


  3. Ok, it seems CS5 has improved HDR capabilities and I am gathering that Photomatix will no longer be needed. I’m fairly new to the NAPP world and I bought Photomatix just a few weeks ago. In my experience with other programs, when a Beta comes out, it is still a while before the release comes. I guess I didn’t realize CS5 would be here this soon. I feel horrible that I spent a good amount of money (to me anyways) on Photomatix and knowing that I plan to upgrade to CS5.

    Do you know if HDRsoft will work with NAPP members on possibly a ‘return’ or cancelation/refund considering I just bought it? That’s money that i could definatly use in upgrading to CS5.

    /sad :<

    S. Sprouse

  4. Hi Mr. Kelby.
    First, I love your photography! You are defently my photography mentor. I have “The Digital Photography Book” series, and I loooove those books! I am 17 graduating high school this year, and hope to become a pro photographer and also successful!
    On February 7,2010, I bought a Canon Rebel xsi, and also a 55-250mm telephoto lens. I LOVE the camera, it is wonderful. But nowhere, not canon or b&h or google can I find a lens hood. Could you tell me where to find one? That would be WONDERFUL! Thank you!

  5. It would be great, if adobe would make a Zone system ruler for the histagram. I think it would be great for photographers, know what zones that are in your photograph. EX: zone 3-4-5-6-7

    that would be great!

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