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Master_script_maker
07-10-2008, 07:56 PM
I just bought Photoshop Cs3 Extended and was wondering if there were any good tutorials that could introduce me to everything in it.
Thanks.

djr33
07-10-2008, 08:14 PM
Everything in it? It's a very complex program.

There are, however, lots of tutorials out there, and the best way to learn with a graphics program is to explore. I've been using PS for nearly 10 years now, and I've still got plenty to learn.

Trial and error-- you won't break anything :)


And, also, it's about techniques, not tools-- that's what separates the really good artists.

fileserverdirect
07-13-2008, 07:25 PM
I have Fireworks 8 (Which is basicly the same as the CS3 version) which is much easier to learn and is more web-friendly. It can Export Whole Websites, which is good if you are a graphic designer and a web desginer like me. Photoshop tutorials are like finding the word "the" on the internet. Just google "photoshop tutorials" and I garuntee you millions of results. The CS4 Family is coming out soon, so I might get the web CS4 package from adobe next year.
-FSD Out ...

ropes27
07-17-2008, 09:57 AM
Try tutorialized.com (search it i probably spelt it wrong) it helped me when i was younger and is still helping me now!

Medyman
07-17-2008, 10:28 PM
PSDTUTS (http://psdtuts.com/) is a quality site which has some great tutorials. They're well written with plenty of screenshots/images to point the way.

The tutorials themselves are free. If you want the finished .PSD file, you'll have to buy a membership.

I can also recommend it's sister sites, NETTUTS (http://nettuts.com/), VECTORTUTS (http://vectortuts.com/) and AUDIOTUTS (http://audiotuts.com/).

Hb-Tech
07-28-2008, 09:13 AM
Everything in it? It's a very complex program.

There are, however, lots of tutorials out there, and the best way to learn with a graphics program is to explore. I've been using PS for nearly 10 years now, and I've still got plenty to learn.

Trial and error-- you won't break anything :)


And, also, it's about techniques, not tools-- that's what separates the really good artists.

Good keep working on that if you feel easier in that
it doesnt matter if you work on fireworks or PS
both works same way just you can have some advantages on PS that people prefer PSD intead of PNG that fireworks make
but you can also make PSD in fireworks but in a case when you dont have Fireworks intall in your pc and you need the psd so you first need to intall fireworks .

TheJoshMan
07-30-2008, 12:51 AM
I would also recommend Tutorial9 (http://www.tutorial9.net/), they don't use the "cookie cutter" style tutorials. They also have alot of very good information to check out. Well worth the visit.