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In Photoshop CS5 New Features, author Jan Kabili introduces new features and productivity enhancements that include reshaping images with Puppet Warp, turning photographs into paintings, and Content-Aware Fill options. The course examines CS5 enhancements to existing features include significant improvements to High Dynamic Range (HDR) photo processing, selection and mask edge refinement, and lens-related photo corrections. A brief overview of companion applications, Adobe Bridge CS5 and Adobe Camera Raw 6, is included. Exercise files are included with the course.
If you were a premium member of the Lynda.com Online Training Library or if you are viewing this course on a DVD, you have access to the Exercise Files. These are the image files that I use as examples as I teach each lesson. I have arranged the Exercise Files by chapter, the same chapters that you'll see in the table of contents for this course. You can see my Exercise Files here open on my screen on the Mac. Inside the Exercise Files folder are folders for each chapter in the course, and inside each chapter folder, are sub- folders for each movie in that chapter, and inside each sub-folder, you'll find the files for that particular movie.
You can open these files to follow along with me. Now if you are a monthly or annual subscriber to the Online Training Library, I am sorry but you don't have access to the Exercise Files. But that's okay because you can still follow along with the lessons using your own files and photos. I hope you enjoy the Exercise Files as examples to learn about the new features in Photoshop CS5.
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