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Photoshop CS2 Essential Training with Michael Ninness is a set of movie-based tutorials designed for beginning users who want to learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop CS2. The training begins with an overview of the software, including simple functions such as managing documents and palettes, then quickly moves on to cover more specific topics such as image adjustment and manipulation, tonal and color correction, brush settings, cloning, healing and other advanced tools, layers, masks, type, blending modes, filters, layer effects and so much more. Exercise files accompany the training, allowing you to follow along and learn at your own pace.
>> Michael Ninness: Hello, my name is Michael Ninness. I'm the executive director here at lynda.com. I'm very pleased and privileged to be your guide through Photoshop CS2. These movie-based tutorials are designed for beginning users who what to learn the essentials of Adobe Photoshop CS2. This training begins with an overview of the software, including simple functions such as managing documents and managing palettes. And then it quickly moves on to cover more specific topics such as image adjustment, manipulation, tone and color correction, cloning, healing, and other more advanced tools: working with layers, masks, type blending modes, and so on.
If you are a Premium subscriber to the Online Training Library or have purchased the CD-ROM version of this training title you can access the exercise files that accompany the training, allowing you to follow along and learn at your own pace. I certainly hope you enjoy learning from me as much as I enjoyed recording this title for you. Cheers.
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