Yesterday I promised if you stayed tuned I'd have a great Photoshop deal for you.
Shane Goldberg, an expert Photoshop teacher,
sent me an email the other day I knew I'd
have to share with everyone.
Rather than drone on, he's given me permission
to share that email with my readers here...
I need your help.
I've got 600 Photoshop Elements Training DVD's in my garage.
I HAVE to get rid of them (for a number of reasons) NOW!!!
They were selling for $89.95 but they're getting older now
and there's new versions of Elements out now etc.
Anyway, here's the link it's directly to Paypal.
I want you to have one even if you don't own Elements as
there are 85+ video tutorials on there, practice images
and the DVD is a GREAT Christmas present! (it's shrink wrapped
and professionally produced)
So for $10 that will cover my shipping and you get yourself
a killer DVD for yourself or someone special ;)
Have a great day, Hope you can help me out!
p.s. You can order as many as you want, i've got stacks of them!
p.p.s if you have any questions let me know firstname.lastname@example.org
This DVD includes...
85+ Awesome Video tutorials on everything from:
* Organizing & Tagging your photos
* The Tool palette (all about the tools!)
* Tips, Tricks & more cool stuff
* Color - Hue & Saturation (color adjustments)! Very cool
* Layers, Layer Masks etc.
* Digital Photo Editing
* Cool Effects in Elements
* and Productivity Techniques....
That's it over 6 hours of awesome video tutorials
Looks like a great deal to me!
I got mine without hesitation.
For $10...how could you go wrong?
You'd have to learn something right?
Just to be upfront, there's nothing in this deal for me.
I have no ties to Shane, monetarily or otherwise, beyond
my respect for his work. I just thought it was a deal
that was too good for any Photoshop student (and aren't
we all really?) to pass up.
But, he's movin' them out before his wife does
it for him. So this offer won't last long.
Stretch your ten dollars and get this DVD.
Here's the link once more:
by Robert Schwarztrauber
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Thursday, October 21, 2010
I'm planning something big for my oft neglected Elements users.
If all goes well you'll be very happy with me by the end of this week.
If all doesn't go well, at least you'll know I tried.
I'm thinking about you.
While you're waiting, I hope (if you haven't already)
you'll take a couple minutes to help me with
my research project on the effects of Photography
on those who do it.
It's a simple 10 question, multiple choice survey.
It's completely anonymous.
No names. No emails. No offers.
Pure and simple research. 10 questions.
And unlike school, no one fails.
Why not take a minute (while you're waiting)
to give me your take on Photography?
Here's the link:
Thanks and Stay tuned!
Friday, October 15, 2010
when I realized that I finally "got it".
After months of frustration,
opening then just as suddenly
closing Photoshop, in a huff
because I couldn't figure out
how to make it work,
the day finally came when
I could edit a photo.
Poorly at first. But my
learning curve rose sharply
Control had shifted. Now I was in control!
And so today I bring you some of my favorite
CONTROL keyboard shortcuts
to help you tame the Photoshop beast.
And, I'll show you where to get a PDF list of
all the Photoshop keyboard shortcut commands
for your system.
And, If you haven't yet contributed to my
research study on what photography means
to you, I'll give you that link again. It will help
me tailor my messages and tips to your desires.
So first, here are my favorite "Control Freak"
Ctrl-J Duplicate the current layer
Ctrl-E Merge your current layer to the one
directly below (merge down)
Ctrl-H Stop those "ants" from marching
Repeat to make them start again
Ctrl-Z Undo your last command
Ctrl + Zoom in
Ctr l- Zoom out
Ctrl- Left mouse click on Layer Thumbnail
(creates a selection of the entire layer
with marching ants and everything!)
Ctrl- Click on create New Layer icon to
put your new layer BELOW the current one
Ctrl-Alt-Shift-E Create a new layer then use this to
Merge all active layers together
(it's like flatten all layers but the individual
layers are preserved so you can still
go back and make changes if you wish.)
Well, that should help you take control and gain some speed
in your editing.
I hope you can help me in my research, The results
have been very interesting so far. It's just 10 simple
multiple choice questions in an anonymous online survey
hosted by SurveyMonkey. I'll be sharing my findings
here in a later post so make your thoughts known!
Here's the link, it will just take you a minute
and help me a lot...
Finally, If you want a complete PDF of all the
keyboard shortcuts for:
* Adobe Photoshop CS4
* Adobe Photoshop CS3
* Adobe Photoshop CS2
* Adobe Photoshop CS
* Adobe Photoshop 7
* Adobe Photoshop 6
* Adobe Photoshop 5
* Adobe Bridge & Adobe Camera Raw
That's it for today!
I hope you took time to complete the survey above.