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Photoshop Reference Guide

Matt Kloskowski

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All updates to this Reference Guide are now in our Photoshop with Matt podcast channel.

In our Photoshop with Matt podcasts, Matt Kloskowski, education and curriculum developer for the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, takes you step-by-step through Photoshop's features in this series of screencast-based tutorials that reveal techniques the professionals use.

Feel free to poke around while you're here, though. There is still lots of great information on Photoshop up to version CS4 in the listings to the left.

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