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Peachpit Press presents Learn Adobe Photoshop CS5 by Video: Core Training in Visual Communication, an interactive video teaching the fundamentals and advanced lessons on how to use Adobe Photoshop CS5 and some basic principles of graphic design. With over 19 hours of video tutorials, instructors Kelly McCathran, Scott Citron, and Ted LoCascio help viewers learn to edit images, use dramatic effects, and work on selection control.
The HD video lessons are further aided by the help of lesson files, review materials, and assessment quizzes. The unique video interface allows viewers to work and watch by shrinking the video size and providing room to work within Photoshop CS5 alongside the lesson. Viewers can also bookmark specific lessons and jump between sections for a more personalized learning experience. Select video lessons are also available to download for mobile viewing.
A 120-page booklet containing supplemental material is also included.
Interactive video teaching the fundamentals and advanced lessons on how to use Adobe Photoshop CS5 and some basic principles of graphic design.
Over 19 hours of video tutorials.
Learn to edit images using dramatic effects and work on selection control.
Lesson files, assessment quizzes, and review materials included with video.
Watch-and-work feature allows the viewer to watch the video in a small window while working alongside it.
Select video lessons are also available to download for mobile viewing.
120-page booklet of supplemental material included.
In the Box
Peachpit Press Book & DVD-ROM: Learn Adobe Photoshop CS5 by Video: Core Training in Visual Communication
Booklet of Supplemental Information
Table of Contents
Photography Books and Tutorials
Kelly McCathran, Scott Citron, Ted LoCascio, and video2brain