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Three NEW Photoshop Courses
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   13 years ago

I've finally finished some new Photoshop courses. I know it has been a long time since I've released any Photoshop courses, but I'm sure you'll be very happy with these new tutorials.

Photoshop 203 covers Paths and Pen Tools. If you do any manual editing or like to create images from scratch in Photoshop, don't miss this class.

Photoshop 204 and Photoshop 205 both cover all of the different Filters available in Photoshop. There are a million different Filters in Photoshop to adjust your images - I cover all of the important ones in these two classes.

Click on the course titles above for the full outlines (with screen shots) of each class. You can also click here for the Teacher's Outline of all three classes.

Richard Rost 
13 years ago
Jill, MOST of the material I cover in my Photoshop tutorials is valid for Elements as well. Some features that are NOT available in Elements that I do cover are the channels palette, color balance adjustments, layer masks, pen tool and paths, and some of the advanced filters like Lens Blur. However, I'd say that MOST of these features aren't things that basic Elements users would use anyhow. 99% of the material in my beginner Photoshop courses are valid for ALL versions.
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Jill Previs 
13 years ago
I use Photoshop you have any tutorials that would apply to that software???
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Richard Rost 
13 years ago
Thank you, Irma.
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Richard Rost 
13 years ago
I still use Photoshop 7 in my tutorials because that's what most of my customers are still using (according to my most recent polls). 90% of everything that I cover is the same regardless of what Photoshop version you have.
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Irma Cruz 
13 years ago
I am always looking forward for Photoshop classes.

I love them
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Neal Vocke 
13 years ago
My copy of Photoshop is now several generations old. Will your tutorials be applicable to older generations of photoshop. Also, can they be applied, in any way, to  Photoshop Elements?
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