Join Photoshop Product Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes for a deep dive into the hidden gems of Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Photoshop CS5 Extended, including tips, tricks, and technologies that are sure to help boost your productivity. Discover how to go places creatively that were impossible in Photoshop before CS5. Hughes will reveal many new techniques and enhancements to help keep your skills sharp and current.

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You can learn Photoshop CS5’s new features from top pros in free videos.
Here’s a list of links to many of the top Photoshop CS5 videos.

New Features – Richard Harrington

Common Sense Enhancements – Deke McClelland

New Blend Modes – Divide & Subtract – Calvin Hollywood

Improved Selection & Masking4 Top Pros

Masking Basics & Masking Magic – Russell Brown

Mask Panel & Refine Edge – Lee Varis

HDR – 4 Top Pros

Photoshop CS5 HDR Special Effects – Jan Kabili

Improved Brush Engine – Russell Brown

Painting – Julianne Kost

Brush Tips – Colin Smith

Repousse 3D – Colin Smith / Russell Brown

Puppet Warp – Colin Smith / Deke McClelland

Puppet Warp – Russell Brown

PatchMatch – Dan Goldman

Spot Healing and Fill Tool – Dan Goldman

Content Aware Scaling – Michael Ninness

Content Aware Fill – Russell Brown

Content-Aware Fill – Bryan O’Neil Hughts

Selective Content Aware Scale and Content Aware Fill – Terry White

?Content Aware Fill / Scale / Heal? – Julianne Kost

Photoshop CS5 Bridge and Mini Bridge – Julianne Kost

New Camera Raw Feature – Julianne Kost

Photoretouching in Camera Raw – Russell Brown

Editing Smart Objects With Adobe Camera Raw – Russell Brown

Using Photoshop Stacks To Remove People – Deke McClelland

Making A Movie In Photoshop – Julianne Kost

Advantages of the DNG File Format – Julianne Kost

Helpful Hints For Creating Action in Photoshop – Julianne Kost

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Terry White demos ways to make Content Aware Scale and Content Aware Fill more selective. Both new miracle features usually succeed or fail epically. When either fails, try these two techniques.

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“Any “object” that needs the ability to adjust size and rotation without the normal limitations of layered images is an excellent candidate for Smart Objects … When doing a traditional multilayer composite, the resizing and rotation of a layer can cause image degradation. Positioning and sizing an object has to be a precise operation because if you use Free Transform to make a layer smaller and then find out you actually need it back at the original size (or bigger), you basically have to start over. The way to deal with this situation when doing a complex composite is to make those layers into Smart Objects. Smart Objects are embedded image objects that allow resizing, rotation and other select editing without changing the pixels in the object. The image layers are actually treated as a separate file embedded within the master file. You can’t do all editing on the Smart Object, but you can open the original layers as a temporary file and do pixel-level editing there and then save the changes back into the Smart Object; the changes will auto-update in the image in which the objects are embedded.” – Jeff Schewe

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Russell Brown goes deep into Photoshop Stacks.

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