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saiguy

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Re: Learning Photoshop CC Recommendations
« Reply #20 on: December 04, 2017, 08:08:36 PM »



Perhaps I should add that I donít have any association with Lynda dot com (except as a subscriber) or with LinkedIn (which I donít use and which bought Lynda dot com some time ago).
What, LinkedIn bought Linda. What's it al coming to. Martin Evening has the authoritative books on PS and LR. But the best video tutorials I have benefited from are those produced by George Gardine. Mulita.com Master Course. It is LR5 I think, but entirely relevant to current sate of affairs. George was an insider on the earlier LR team and very astute at developing files.
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« Reply #21 on: December 04, 2017, 11:32:24 PM »

What, LinkedIn bought Linda. What's it al coming to. Martin Evening has the authoritative books on PS and LR. But the best video tutorials I have benefited from are those produced by George Gardine. Mulita.com Master Course. It is LR5 I think, but entirely relevant to current sate of affairs. George was an insider on the earlier LR team and very astute at developing files.

And Microsoft bought LinkedIn.
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« Reply #22 on: December 05, 2017, 10:27:33 AM »

Thanks, Tom. Several years ago I referred to Adobe TV while learning Lightroom. Thanks for the reminder.

Kit

Hi Kit,

All of the above are excellent PS reference alternatives definitely.  Since I'm joining the conversation rather late I would also offer 5 STARS for Julieanne Kost and her way of explaining the subtleties of Photoshop, Lightroom etc.  BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE!  One of Julieanne's favourite segues to another facet of the particular app she is covering.  When I first started using PS(v.3.0 I believe), one of the first things I did was order a set of Julieanne's tutorial DVDs.  A lot has happened in PS since then, but they were a great place to start.  I'm glad her name surfaced again here, since I haven't been following her for a few years.  I just bookmarked her latest page on Adobe and will reference it again on occasion, PS and LR.  One tends to get tied up with tools we use all of the time and not necessarily explore others as often as one should perhaps.

Again, a lot of great references here already, but perhaps a couple more that might be of use to you Kit.  First is "Photoshop Cafť with Colin Smith" - https://photoshopcafe.com/.  Secondly is Matt Kloskowski's site - http://mattk.com/.  Matt does a lot of work with the folks at ON1 Software and you can also find him there - https://www.on1.com/.  I've always found that the more I learn about any of these apps, one lesson that keep repeating is, there's always more to learn.  Hope some of this is of help as well.

Gary

 
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« Reply #23 on: December 05, 2017, 10:37:05 AM »

Gary: Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts. It is truly appreciated. I remember years ago when I was learning LR, I also found Julieanne Kost's tutorials to be quite instructive.

I might add that I appreciate everyone's suggestions. It tells me that every one of you remember when you were first learning some aspect of photography & benefited from the recommendations & ideas of those who were more experienced. And I appreciate your willingness to give back.

Kit
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« Reply #24 on: December 05, 2017, 04:25:50 PM »

Gary: Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts. It is truly appreciated. I remember years ago when I was learning LR, I also found Julieanne Kost's tutorials to be quite instructive.

I might add that I appreciate everyone's suggestions. It tells me that every one of you remember when you were first learning some aspect of photography & benefited from the recommendations & ideas of those who were more experienced. And I appreciate your willingness to give back.

Kit

You're quite welcome Kit.  I've been using PS for many years, but almost weekly I learn something I had never thought of before.  Of course in PS there is always at least three ways to arrive at the same outcome, and sometimes more.  It's just a matter of exploring the tools I use everyday and find something I hadn't noticed previously.  One important thing I failed to mention in my previous reply is that both of the sites I suggested have a lot of free tutorials as well, which is great for someone just jumping in to PS. 

Take care and have some fun with PS.

Gary

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Re: Learning Photoshop CC Recommendations
« Reply #25 on: December 06, 2017, 08:04:45 AM »

George Jardine on mulita.com has a free video on Lightroom & Photoshop Integration.
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« Reply #26 on: December 06, 2017, 10:13:13 AM »

George Jardine on mulita.com has a free video on Lightroom & Photoshop Integration.

Ah, interesting. I will check it out. Thanks.

Kit
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