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Class on Demand Designers Guide to Photoshop for CS3 and CS4 Educational Training Tutorial DVD-ROM hosted by Sue Jenkins 90700
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- Five Part Tutorial including: Photoshop Overview, Photoshop Print, Photoshop for Web, Photoshop for Video, Photoshop for 3D
- Just Under 8 Hours of Training!
- With Award Winning Expert Sue Jenkins
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|Item Dimensions||0.5 x 5.25 x 7.5 inches|
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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had high hopes. 4 stars on many comments, but really, this dvd is horrible. I would refer you to go to [...]and access the professionals there. Read morePublished on October 3, 2009 by A. Tsung
Sue Jenkins has a warm and caring tone that is followed by consistent rhythm pleasing to the learning experience. Read morePublished on June 23, 2009 by Robert Dotey
I payed this one and two other products but they did not arrived.
So I think you should send me my money back