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09/08/2005 08:46:50 AM · #1
There's another thread for online tutorials., but I'm after something I can stick on my laptop & use without an Internet connection.

I've stopped driving to work, and now take a 45 minute train ride each way and would like to use that time to learn some more Photoshop. Version 7 in particular.

Anybody know of something, say, a PDF or DOC file kinda thing. I'd like to avoid downloading a website. Free or paid doesn't matter to me.

Message edited by author 2005-09-08 08:47:38.
09/08/2005 08:48:03 AM · #2
have you tried the photoshop 7 tutorial dvd set???
09/08/2005 08:48:45 AM · #3
Originally posted by notonline:

have you tried the photoshop 7 tutorial dvd set???


Is that something I could find at Future Shop / Best Buy?
09/08/2005 08:50:59 AM · #4
Originally posted by Strikeslip:

Originally posted by notonline:

have you tried the photoshop 7 tutorial dvd set???


Is that something I could find at Future Shop / Best Buy?


perhaps but I'm not sure. I don't actually know where to get legit. software and from my understanding piracy or links to pirate sites are against the ToS.
09/08/2005 08:52:37 AM · #5

09/08/2005 08:58:31 AM · #6
I'm looking right now for you for the names at least.
09/08/2005 09:19:28 AM · #7
Check out Russell Brown's tech tips. I think all of them are available as downloadable qt movies.
09/08/2005 09:24:23 AM · #8
Thanks. I'd prefer to use some sort of reading material, though. I don't like videos. :-(
09/08/2005 09:28:36 AM · #9
Other resources:
G.Mitchell's pdfs and movies
Some Adobe dp papers

Note: some of RB's tutorials are available as pdfs I think.
09/08/2005 09:28:38 AM · #10
Have you looked into the Photoshop 7 Bible? It is a pretty thick book but it has everything you'll ever want to know about PS7, mind you you'll need an assistant just to carry it LOL.

June
09/08/2005 10:04:32 AM · #11
I like:
Photoshop for Dummies,
Photoshop The Art of Photographing Women and
Photoshop for Right-Brainers.

These have made a world of difference in my processing skills.
09/08/2005 10:08:54 AM · #12
I've read a lot of PS books. I recommend the photoshop book for digital photographers. it's very well written and very easy going (ideal for train rides). the author is scott kelby. you can find the CS and CS2 versions also. I bought mine at amazon for $24.95

saludos,

LM
09/08/2005 10:20:00 AM · #13
Try having a look here:
www.dcmag.co.uk
They put on tutorials that were in the magazines, so you can download a folder with examples to work on. I find some really helpful.

Hope it helps
MARK

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09/08/2005 10:44:42 AM · #14
Can't you just save the webpages that you want to read?

File.
Save Web Page As......

To your hard drive.

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