The Best Online Resources Teaching Adobe Photoshop CS5

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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.

Preview My R/Evolution DVD Series Online

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You can view over 30 minutes of online training free on my website.
Watch these excerpts from my R/Evolution DVD series.
6 Simple Steps to Good Color Management
The Art of Proofing
Photoshop Color Tools
Photoshop Color Strategies
Black & White Mastery
Drawing With Light – 21st Century Dodging & Burning
Atmospheric FX
Stay tuned for more from my 3 new DVDs,
Fine Art Digital Printing
Fine Art Workflow
Extending Dynamic Range – HDR. Imaging
Learn more in my R/Evolution DVD series.
Learn more proofing techniques in my Fine Art Digital Printing Workshops.

Steve McCurry – Face of Asia


“I look for the unguarded moment, the essential soul peeking out, experience etched on a person’s face. I try to convey what it is like to be that person…I guess what you’d call the human condition.”
For more than twenty-five years Steve McCurry has covered areas of international and civil conflict, including the Iran–Iraq war, the disintegration of the former Yugoslavia, Beirut, Cambodia, the Philippines, the Gulf War, and Afghanistan. Face of Asia concentrates on his extensive work from Asia, including images from India, Afghanistan, as well as recent work from Cambodia and Tibet. McCurry’s vivid color images and descriptive titles give us in the West a window into the cultures and peoples of Asia.
Check out this podcast at eastmanhouse.org.
Find out exhibition venues and dates here.

Maggie Taylor and Jerry Uelsmann – Just Suppose


“There’s nothing more exciting for an artist than an exhibition showcasing new work, unless that show also features the work of an equally acclaimed and beloved spouse. Such is the story of photographer Jerry Uelsmann and artist Maggie Taylor at their recent “Just Suppose” exhibition at the University Gallery, University of Florida (UF), Gainesville, Fla.
Although the content of their art has a similar ethereal quality, both have very different approaches. Jerry Uelsmann rose to fame in the 60’s and 70’s as a master black-and-white printer creating composite images with multiple enlargers and long hours in the traditional darkroom. In contrast, Maggie Taylor produces her dreamlike color images by scanning objects into a computer using a flatbed scanner, manipulating the images with Adobe Photoshop, and printing them in a digital workflow using Epson Stylus Pro printers.”
Find out more about the production of their new work for this exhibit here.
Read my conversation with Jerry Uelsmann here.
Find Jerry and Maggie’s books here.