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Hey There! You made to the end of this course. Now that you've mastered the essentials of Photoshop CS5, you may be wondering, "What comes next?" Well, I've got some great news for you. The lynda.com Online Training Library has an enormous amount of additional Photoshop training waiting for you to explore, covering just about every Photoshop-related topic you can think of. For example, if you found my chapter on Layer Blending modes interesting, check out one of my other courses called Photoshop Blend Mode Magic for a much deeper dive of that feature area, or if you're like me, you dream in keyboard shortcuts and are ready to become a true Photoshop power user, check out Photoshop Power Shortcuts.
But don't just take my word for it. We have a huge variety of Photoshop training available, taught by a wide variety of instructors, each with their own unique voice and point of view. For example, if you want to learn how to use Photoshop for more creative work, check out one of Chris Orwig's courses on Photoshop Creative Techniques. Want to learn everything there is to know about Sharpening or how to mask the really tough stuff, like hair? Then check out some of the courses by Deke McClelland. These are just a few examples waiting for you to discover. Whatever your interest may be, I encourage you to come back to the Online Training Library often and learn at least one new Photoshop skill every week.
If there is a subject we've missed that you'd like us to publish a course on, be sure to send us an e-mail or submit a course request. Thank you for the privilege of being your instructor! We hope to see you elsewhere in the Online Training Library as you continue your learning experience.
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