Msg#: 3528405 posted 8:58 am on Dec 15, 2007 (gmt 0)
Newbie looking to get started. I would like to learn buttons, borders for websites, logos, etc. Is there a great free video site on the web? You Tube is pretty bereft of solid videos. I wish they taught these classes where I went to school.
Msg#: 3528405 posted 2:37 pm on Dec 20, 2007 (gmt 0)
The best place to learn photoshop, or any piece of software for that matter, is on-the-job. Nothing really ups the learning curve like a deadline.
I'd set yourself challenging goals if you don't have a live brief and try and meet them.
Almost everything I've ever wanted to know about image manipulation was quite easy to find online - there are simply thousands of good tutorials about photoshop, just need to wade about until you find a site you find useable.
Msg#: 3528405 posted 7:57 pm on Dec 21, 2007 (gmt 0)
gotgame45, the Photoshop tutorials and help files are really robust and there are a great deal of topics at adobe's web site. Use them on a task oriented basis - if you want to create buttons, search the help and site for buttons.