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Class on Demand: Photoshop 2010: Designer’s Guide to Photoshop: Adobe Photoshop CS3 and CS4 Educational Training Tutorial DVD for Print, Web, Video Production, and 3D

Class on Demand: Photoshop 2010: Designer’s Guide to Photoshop: Adobe Photoshop CS3 and CS4 Educational Training Tutorial DVD for Print, Web, Video Production, and 3D

This training is perfect for the visual designer looking to make the leap into Photoshops tools for print, video and web-based projects. Additionally, you ll get a glimpse at using 3D objects inside Photoshop. Adobe Certified Expert, Sue Jenkins, will be your guide in this five part tutorial.(Section 1):Photoshop Overview 01.Workspace overview 02.Selection Tools 03.Transformation Tools 04.Paint Tools 05.Layers Panel 06.Retouching Tools 07.History and Actions Panel 08.Text Tools 09.Pen Tool 10.Special Effect with Layer Styles 11.Making Adjustments 12.Special Techniques 13.Automated Tasks (Section 2):Photoshop for Print 01.Photo Compositing 02.Photo Restoration 03.Photo Retouching 04.Creating a Promotional Card 05.Print Layout (Section 3):Photoshop for Web 01.Web Layouts 02.Optimizing Graphics for the Web 03.Animation Palette (Section 4):Photoshop for Video 01.Basic Video Practices 02.Creating a Bug 03.Creating an Animated Lower 3rd 04.Rotoscoping (Section 5):Photoshop for 3D 01.3D in Photoshop Approx. Time: 7hrs, 48min. For free Sample Chapters of Class on Demand award winning Training, please visit the class on demand website. Sue Jenkins is a web and graphic designer, illustrator, teacher, and writer,as well as owner and creative director of Luckychair. Sue provides web and graphic design services to small and medium-sized businesses,non-profit organizations, consultants, writers, artists, and entrepreneurs acrossthe U.S. Sue has over ten years experience in design, teaches AdobeĀ® Dreamweaver and Photoshop,and is an author of two well-received books: Dreamweaver 8 All-in-One Desk ReferenceFor Dummies and a new classroom in a book titled Web Design: The L Line, TheExpress Line to Learning. She Is a 2008 and 2009 Multi-Telly award winner for her highly successful Class on Demand Titles, as well as Dreamweaver for Designers, also available on Amazon.

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5 Responses to " Class on Demand: Photoshop 2010: Designer’s Guide to Photoshop: Adobe Photoshop CS3 and CS4 Educational Training Tutorial DVD for Print, Web, Video Production, and 3D "

  1. Art Lover says:

    Review by Art Lover for Class on Demand: Photoshop 2010: Designer’s Guide to Photoshop: Adobe Photoshop CS3 and CS4 Educational Training Tutorial DVD for Print, Web, Video Production, and 3D
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    I grew up around your traditional hands on training for art. As we all know, many things have changed over the years and computers have started taking over the world of art. In all my years of schooling and teaching i never had any computer training experience so i bought a few training videos including this one. I have learned more in one hour with this product than i have my entire life with computers! The teacher Sue Jenkins did a great job and i would recomend this product to anyone that needs to use photoshop for web, print, and video design.

  2. Amadou Diallo says:

    Review by Amadou Diallo for Class on Demand: Photoshop 2010: Designer’s Guide to Photoshop: Adobe Photoshop CS3 and CS4 Educational Training Tutorial DVD for Print, Web, Video Production, and 3D
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    As a Photoshop and digital photography instructor I am always keen to see training material produced by others. Sue Jenkins gives a very detailed tour through Photoshop that will be helpful both for those who’ve just installed it as well as experienced users looking for tips, new techniques, or simply another perspective on using the gazillion tools available in PS. The DVD is organized in logical sections, letting you go through individual lessons of roughly 5-10 minutes each. She uses a wide range of real-world images and her directions are clear, easy to follow, and to the point. The demo images are also included in a folder on the DVD so you can download them and duplicate her steps.

    As the title implies, this DVD is aimed at designers. There are three photography-related sections but these offer basic tutorials on compositing, cloning, etc. A DVD in this format and style devoted solely to digital photography would be nice to see. Having said that, for photographers who find themselves having to produce a brochure, poster, prep images for the web or video, this is a great resource for the tools and techniques you need to master.

    If you need to learn how to use PS, spending the 7+ hours with this DVD will get you up to speed and producing high quality results.

  3. R. Skuba says:

    Review by R. Skuba for Class on Demand: Photoshop 2010: Designer’s Guide to Photoshop: Adobe Photoshop CS3 and CS4 Educational Training Tutorial DVD for Print, Web, Video Production, and 3D
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    I’ve been using Photoshop for the past 10 years, and I found this DVD very helpful in filling in the gaps of knowledge that I have in this program. In the past few years I have not been able to devote the time to follow all the new features in each upgraded version of Photoshop, so there are ways that I’ve continued to work that can now be approached with greater ease and simplicity. DESIGNER’S GUIDE TO PHOTOSHOP brought me up to speed with the current version — this was taught in the clearly organized and detailed OVERVIEW section.

    If you learn better by visual instruction vs. reading manuals, and are not ready to take a class, I highly recommend this DVD. It is like having a private tutor by your side. The host, Sue Jenkins, really knows this program inside and out, and knows how to teach it. She communicates her knowledge in a very clear, thorough and warm manner. She demonstrates helpful tricks and alternative ways to approach particular actions efficiently and effectively.

    As an experienced user, the language of the program is very understandable and easy to follow along. Although, if someone in an absolute beginner and has never touched Photoshop before or is unfamiliar with the Adobe programs, he or she would move much slower through the instructions.

    I am most versed in print design, so I found the Web design section very helpful, since I sometimes do website designs in Photoshop, then pass the files to a programmer, so now I can create designs that are very compatible and ready for the programmer with the least amount of issues.

  4. Jeff Noble says:

    Review by Jeff Noble for Class on Demand: Photoshop 2010: Designer’s Guide to Photoshop: Adobe Photoshop CS3 and CS4 Educational Training Tutorial DVD for Print, Web, Video Production, and 3D
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    My favorite section on this DVD was the one about working with video. Like the instructor Sue Jenkins, I have been using Photoshop for the last 10 years and although I’ve heard about using video in the most recent releases of Photoshop, I had never actually understood how to do it. This DVD helped me understand video within Photoshop much better and Sue’s informal style makes you feel like you are almost having a conversation with a knowledgeable friend that guides you through the whole process.

  5. Robert Dotey says:

    Review by Robert Dotey for Class on Demand: Photoshop 2010: Designer’s Guide to Photoshop: Adobe Photoshop CS3 and CS4 Educational Training Tutorial DVD for Print, Web, Video Production, and 3D
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    Sue Jenkins has a warm and caring tone that is followed by consistent rhythm pleasing to the learning experience. The leaning content has substance for the beginner to the advanced designer. Yes, this product

    is highly recommended.

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