Photoshop (Video) Madness for Back to School

by Fred Showker

Photoshop Madness, Fred Showker surfs the web in search of good Photoshop stuff

PHOTOSHOP VIDEO TUTORIAL MADNESS Here's a special edition of PHOTOSHOP MADNESS specifically focusing on VIDEO training. There are 100,000 videos on the open web, all claiming to be the 'best' Photoshop training . . . some are really good, like those from Russell Brown, or Lynda Weinman, and others really, really suck, like those with horrible microphones, terrible screen graphcs or moderators you cannot understand or who cannot speak proper English. But these are pretty good :
* How To Get Started With Photoshop CS6 - 10 Things Beginners Want to Know
* Photoshop CS6: Photoshop: How to use the Color Replacement Tool
* Colorizing Black and White Images with Adobe Photoshop Touch
* From Lynda.com : Photoshop CS6 Brightness interface
* Photoshop - Dramatic Broken Glass
* Photoshop CS6: Using Presets
... and MORE

How To Get Started With Photoshop CS6 - 10 Things Beginners Want to Know

In this episode of the Adobe Creative Suite Podcast, Terry White shows you How to Get Started With Adobe Photoshop CS6.
      See how to do the 10 things that beginners ask how to do the most including how to remove the background from an image and put it on a different background.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Terry White - Adobe Evangelist

Photoshop CS6: Photoshop: How to use the Color Replacement Tool

Using the Colour Replacement Tool in Photoshop CC.
      This tool lets you paint roughly over an area of an image. Replace colours based on Hue, Saturation, Colour and Luminosity.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : CB Creative Blog- 2 Minute Tool School

Colorizing Black and White Images with Adobe Photoshop Touch

Russell Brown, Adobe Fellow, shows some very good techniques, tips and tricks on retouching. You'll like his teachings on brushes.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : The Russell Brown Show

From Lynda.com : Photoshop CS6 Brightness interface

This Photoshop CS6 tutorial discusses how to work with the Brightness interface and space board in Photoshop CS6
      This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter two of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals course presented by lynda.com author Deke McClelland. The complete Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals course has a total duration of 6 hours and 40 minutes, and covers the image editing process from the very beginning, including discussion of the progresses, concepts, and techniques that every photographer or graphic designer should know
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Lynda.com

Photoshop - Dramatic Broken Glass

an interesting effect like looking through a broken glass. No idea where this came from -- on YouTube by "E SC" ??? Don't click the links given, it takes you to a stalker stie ... probably pirated the tutorial from somewhere else.
READ THIS REPORT Full story :

Photoshop CS6: Using Presets

Use convenient filter and mode presets to get fantastic results fast - in both still images and videos.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Bryan O'Neil Hughes, Adobe

YES... there's more to go . . . watch for next week!


Searching for good Photoshop images and tutorials amongst all the total madness out on the web Don't let Photoshop Madness get you down!

There are always lots of spectacular Photoshop images and visuals out there! Share them! We'll be back shortly with MORE Photoshop Madness ... and please -- BE CAREFUL WHERE YOU SURF ... but when you do find a great Photoshop practitioner, or a good Photoshop tutorial, please share it with us! If you create Photoshop Tutorials yourself, please post your info here so you can be considered for a Photoshop Fave!

Of course, some of our favorite editions of Photoshop Madness can be found in the legacy Photoshop Tips & Tricks web site!
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And, thanks for reading

Fred Showker

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