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PhotoshopCAFE publishes CS2 \"Secrets\" book

updated 03:00 pm EDT, Thu July 14, 2005

CS2 Secrets today announces the availability of . This is new CS2 Training video by internationally known trainer and best selling Author Colin Smith. This 3.5 hour video will teach photographers how to process their images in a professional workflow. The video is broken into 4 sections; workflow, correction, repair and enhancment. "In this latest offering in his Photoshop Secrets series, Colin gleans from 12 years experience and shows not only the most tasty and powerful techniques, he also reveals the most efficient way to accomplish essential tasks using Photoshop CS2."

In total there are 43 tutorials in this Video, there are no interface and palette tours, "this video gets down to work from the get go."

"This hands-on, real-world training is the boot camp for anyone working with photographic images in Photoshop CS2. Easy enough for beginners to follow and so jammed with tips and tricks that even pros will learn new techniques. This is the training master class for working professionals (and aspiring photographers) from a working professional."

This CD Rom is available for Windows and Macintosh and is available for and select resellers. The pricing is $70 and available for $55 for a limited time.

Some of the Topics covered:

  • Adobe Bridge: Power user techniques
  • 3 Lessons on Camera Raw
  • Brighten dull images
  • Increasing contrast
  • Bring out shadow details
  • Fix over exposed images
  • Color correction with Curves
  • Beyond cropping
  • Changing perspective & Lens Correction
  • Removing red-eye
  • Retouch people
  • Enhance eyes
  • Swapping faces
  • Turn photos into paintings
  • Extracting images from backgrounds
  • Photographic edges
  • Changing depth of field
  • Seamless panorama
  • Vanishing Point

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