Russell Brown shares his insights on his top 5 Photoshop CS5 features.
Everyday this week at 1:30 and 4 pm EST view the free live CS5 webinars at NAPP.
Thursday, April 15 12 – 1 pm PDT, Julianne Kost and Bryan O’Neil Hughes will hold a live Q&A session on Twitter. Tweet your questions to @Photoshop and use the hashtag #AskAPro.
Where can you learn about the new features in Adobe Photoshop CS5?
Here’s a list of some of the best resources online right now.
– Video Tour of Photoshop CS5 New Features at Adobe
– 41 Short Videos on CS5 at Adobe.
– 7 Videos on CS5 at Adobe
– 8 Videos on CS5 Extended at Adobe
– 16 Videos on CS5 at NAPP
– 4 Video Training Courses at Kelby Training
– 7 Videos at PhotoShop Cafe
– 20 new CS5 Features Detailed at NAPP.
– 5 Videos – Terry White’s Top 5 CS5 Features …
Combined, these resources offer over 85 online training videos!
Learn more in my Blog, Lessons, DVDs, Seminars, and Workshops.
The NAPP Photoshop CS5 Learning Center features …
– 16 Videos on New Features
– Video Interview with Photoshop Product Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes
– Video Interview with Adobe Camera Raw Product Manager Tom Hogarty
– Feature List Outlining the more than 100+ new Photoshop CS5 Features
– CS5 FAQ
– Video “What the Pros are Saying” About CS5
– Pricing Information (including upgrade paths)
– Video CS5 Tips for Wacom Tablets
– What You Missed in CS4
– Video “10 Little-Known CS5 Tips” (NAPP Members Only)
There will also be free webinars and a free CS5 upgrade giveaway everyday.
Kelby Training will release 14 new CS5 online classes starting today.
Adobe announces CS5 today with live online previews featuring Julianne Kost, Terry White, Greg Rewis, and Jason Levine.
Register for the event now.
Tune in at 8 am PDT.
CS5 has been described as Adobe’s “most significant upgrade ever.” That’s a real challenge to live up to – PS5 introduced color management – but it might just be true. Whatever the case, there’s no question that CS5 is a must upgrade.
Russell Brown offers a sneak peak of Photoshop CS5’s new Puppet Warp feature. Initially, you might think you’re not interested in using a tool that can create such dramatic distortions. But give that a second thought. What would you do with a tool that can also create very subtle distortions that aren’t obvious but nonetheless compelling – straighten a bowed horizon, make one object lean towards another, reshape a face, etc.
Tune in tomorrow April 12 at 8am PDT for Adobe’s CS5 online announcement. Register now.