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    I am new to PS 7 and very interested in learning it. What is a good resource to use to learn PS 7?

    Thanks

    Chris
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    Chris Madison Guest

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    What is a good resource to use to learn PS 7?




    Depends on your knowledge of PS. This forum is a great place if you already know the basics.

    Otherwise, your local community college probably has a Level I and Level II course, or there's literally dozens of popular books on the subject.

    On the web, hundreds of people have tutorials on how to do this or that. Learn Google <http://www.google.com> or any other good search engine and query "Photoshop [fill in the desired effect] Tutorial."

    However the only way to get good is practice and more practice. Do you work with PS professionally? If not, switch to Photoshop Elements.
    Cheesefood Guest

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    don't forget the manual!
    dave milbut Guest

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    Chris, you may go to <http://www.comdevweb.com/techgraphic.php>, there are basic guides on how to improve images quality and resize the images using Adobe Photoshop.

    Hopefully you will gain something from that site.

    Natalia
    Natalia Guest

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    I bought Adobe's "Photoshop Classroom in a Book" and found it a good
    way to get started. It provides a number of projects to get you
    familiar with the toolset. I think this is better than the book that
    comes with the product. I like to see examples of what Photoshop can
    do and walk through the projects, and the Classroom in a Book book
    does just this. I've gone back to the book a number of times and
    repeated the lessons and I'm finally starting to feel comfortable with
    Photoshop.

    It helps if you have some goal in mind regarding what you want to do
    with Photoshop. I wanted to improve my digital picture and am getting
    good at improving my pictures. I've also done some web site work
    withthe accompanying ImageReady program.

    Another pretty cool resource is at:
    [url]http://www.dvgarage.com/[/url]
    You have to register on the site (but it's painless and free). Once
    registered, at this page, click the "TechTV" link (one of the links on
    the left hand side). That leads to a page full of Photoshop tips--not
    only text explanations, but also streaming videos showing exactly how
    the tip was done. Check it out.

    Lastly, Burt Monroy is a regular on TechTV's "The ScreenSavers" and he
    always has good Photoshop tips. Go to the following URL:
    [url]http://www.techtv.com/screensavers/answerstips/story/0,24330,3374134,00.html[/url]
    and there will be a list of links to a bunch of Photoshop tips that
    he's demonstrated on the show.

    Hope this helps and good luck. Photoshop is a blast.
    Bill



    On Fri, 25 Jul 2003 09:27:33 -0700, "Chris Madison"
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    >
    >Thanks
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    >Chris

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    The Classroom in a Book is a great way to start. So are the Lynda Weinman
    HOT series: Lynda.com

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