Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Photoshop CS6 resources, for learning & buying...



If you have Adobe Photoshop CS6 (or are considering making the purchase) and you want to get up to speed with it (or just want to know what's new and different before you buy) we have a few resources here for you today.

1. The Photoshop CS6 Launch Center from Scott Kelby/NAPP

2. Understanding Photoshop from Richard Harrington

3. The Adobe Creative Suite Podcast from Terry White

4. Photoshop Killer Tips with Mat Kloskowski

5. Photoshop for Digital Photographers

6. Photoshop User TV

7. 25 Best Photoshop CS6 Tutorials from Smashing HUB

8. 20+ Creative Adobe Photoshop CS6 Tutorials from PixelPetal

9. Photoshop CS6 Tutorials: 30+ New Tips And Tricks from Designrfix

10. Photoshop CS6 for Photographers with Chris Orwig

Now, if you have not yet made the investment there is a less expensive option for you, the catch is, you need to have either a student or a teacher in your house.

Journey ED is an academic software seller and you can save about 75% on the full version of Adobe Photoshop CS6 software (not upgrades).

Here are two options:

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended (Windows and Mac) is just $248.

Adobe Creative Suite 6 Production Premium (Windows and Mac), which includes Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Audition, Illustrator, Flash, and more is only $448.


6 comments:

Mark Treen said...

Scott, this is a great list. I hadn't heard of some of these and the ones you picked are great.

It inspired me to write about your post on my blog
http://wp.me/p2ynGJ-3r

Scott said...

Hey Folks,

Go check out Marks list, he's added some resources I did not have.

Thanks for being a reader of the blog Mark, glad you liked the list.

techhim said...

Here's another;
http://psd.tutsplus.com

Scott said...

Thanks for the great link, and for leaving a comment.

Merry Christmas!

Mark Treen said...

Here's another;
Tips Squirrel is a blog that combines a lot of great experts. It has a good search feature to fid just what you are looking for from all their old blogs.
http://www.tipsquirrel.com

Anonymous said...

Another resource: http://www.iceflowstudios.com/