The Photoshop Nuts are a busy bunch so let’s take the opportunity to see some of the things they’ve been up to. This week we’ll take a look at those that train for a living, while next week we’ll look at those that work in the industry and pass on their wisdom.
Unlike the first course in restoration that used Photoshop Elements, this time Janine uses its big brother, the full Photoshop. [Link]
More on this in a couple of days time.
Photoshop for wedding & portrait Photographers
Gavin’s successful eSeminars with Adobe continue with this Photoshop session for wedding and portrait photographers. [Link]
Don’t forget Gav is available in person too. As an Adobe Evangelist you know you’re getting something special! [Link]
Richard Harrington Podcast Series and New Book
Wherever you go online you’re going to come across Rich Harrington’s work. His Understanding Photoshop podcast has been the one to watch for a long time now (at the time of writing he’s just posted number 234).
This series compliments Rich’s book by the same name, and now there’s a new version for CS5 [Link]
Full of Character! Workshop
Glyn’s workshops may be in their infancy but those that have had the pleasure of attending will tell you they’re delivered with fun, energy and like he’s been doing it for years. Book early to avoid disappointment! [Link]
David Asch’s New Photoshop Elements Book
It’s easy to think about Photoshop Elements as having restrictions, that is until you see the ideas of David Asch.
David’s ability to see an effect and manage to replicate it in Elements will be well known to those that read his posts here at TipSquirrel.com. [Link]
- Resetting Text Attributes to Their Default in Photoshop
- Photoshop’s Share Button
- Adding Snow with After Effects and Photoshop
- The Green Room – 1: Stick That in Your Pineapple
- Animated Handwriting Techniques
- Adobe Essential Graphics
- Accessing Technology Previews in Lightroom CC Mobile
- The Details Panel in Photoshop Shake Reduction
- Dynamic Repeat Grids in Adobe Xd
- Create Easy Repeat Grids in Adobe Xd – And Make a Photo Grid for Instagram