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click74 Registered since 16th Nov 2006Tue 09-Oct-12 07:54 PM
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"photo editing issues"


gateshead, GB
          

hi guys, bit of a moan! i use lightroom and get good results the problem is when i use cs5 i just cant get the hang of it, i watch youtube vids look at books etc but cant find a good teaching video i am being left behind by my lack of skills and its stopping me getting out and shooting has anyone had same problems?

  

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esantos Moderator Nikonians Resources Writer. Recognized for his outstanding reviews on printers and printing articles. Awarded for his high level of expertise in various areas, including Landscape Photography Awarded for his extraordinary accomplishments in Landscape Photography. His work has been exhibited at the Smithsonian. Nikonian since 10th Nov 2002Wed 10-Oct-12 01:24 AM
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McAllen, US
          

I remember I struggled for what seemed like months trying to grasp Photoshop and its conventions. The learning curve is steep, no doubt. It is one of those things that one day it suddenly all comes together, well maybe not in one day, but there comes a time when you finally have your aha! moment. Just hang in there and keep studying it. And please post your questions here we are ready to help.

Ernesto Santos
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mfphoto1 Registered since 29th Oct 2005Wed 10-Oct-12 02:05 AM
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Cincinnati, US
          

I get a lot of answers here. Well worth the cost.
http://kelbytraining.com/online/courses/photoshop

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alty02 Silver Member Nikonian since 14th Jul 2004Thu 18-Oct-12 11:17 PM
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Famous Treasure Valley, US
          

I recommend Scott Kelby's online training courses, as well.

MarcR
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prreid Silver Member Nikonian since 10th Oct 2012Sat 20-Oct-12 12:31 PM
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Naples, US
          

I think you've gotten some good advice. I am also a CS5 user and have taken (struggled through) many courses. You might consider becoming a NAPP member (www.photoshopuser.com) which is a good deal for the money and offers many tutorials, photo reviews and experts whom you can ask for advice. I think you will have achieved a new level when you find yourself picking the PS tools because you know what you want to do and which tool can do the job.

  

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