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Cher Threinen-Pendarvis

Do you enjoy sketching outdoors? Sunny, rainy, snowy - whatever the weather, when Nature beckons, take your iPad outside and use Adobe Photoshop Sketch to draw whatever you see or feel. Cher Threinen-Pendarvis, author of The Photoshop and Painter Artist Tablet Book: Creative Techniques in Digital Painting Using Wacom and the iPad, Second Edition, demonstrates how to bring the fun of sketching out into the open air with Adobe Photoshop Sketch.

Cher Threinen-Pendarvis

With Adobe Photoshop Sketch and your iPad, you can enjoy the fun, creative expression of making quick sketches wherever you go. Cher Threinen-Pendarvis, author of The Photoshop and Painter Artist Tablet Book: Creative Techniques in Digital Painting Using Wacom and the iPad, Second Edition, advises roaming with your iPad, sketching whenever the mood strikes. Grab your stylus and go!

Scott Kelby

Scott Kelby explains the different editing modes in Elements—Quick, Guided, and Expert—and show you how to use each one.

Julieanne Kost

Julieanne Kost, author of Passenger Seat: Creating a Photographic Project from Conception through Execution in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, shares her thoughts on finding inspiration for your endeavors -- the key is to make sure that you continuously view the world around you with fresh eyes.

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Jamie Shoup

Adobe announced the newest generation of the Adobe Creative Cloud, its suite of software and Web-based services for the creative community, available immediately.

The IT Professional division of Pearson is excited to align to the announced with a product suite of 8 titles planned for the Creative Cloud (2017 release) from the world’s greatest authors and series from Adobe Press and Peachpit. The new products offer training and inspiration to all user levels and cover a broad range of topics within the Creative Cloud.

Raphael Concepcion

In the previous post, I talked a little bit about how the changes in Camera Raw with CS5 now take the automation of tasks and make them easier, but what if you have been using Camera Raw for a while and all you’ve been doing is working on a file at a time? What if you don’t know just how much you can automate right from within Camera Raw?  Let’s take a look at this now.

Raphael Concepcion

Sometimes working with multiple assets in a Creative Suite environment means a lot of hunting and gathering of images.  In earlier versions of Adobe® Photoshop®, it was easy with the File Browser in Photoshop CS.  By the time CS2 came around, the File Browser had disappeared to be replaced with Adobe Bridge.  While this was a great addition as it let you browse and search for other content in a separate application, I always hated having to leave Photoshop in order to search for things.  Thankfully all of this has been changed back with the inclusion of Mini Bridge in Photoshop CS5.  There are a couple of features in here that I think are really valuable. 

Raphael Concepcion

As a photographer, I am beyond excited at the new Adobe® Photoshop® CS5 release.  While there are tons of things that Photoshop gives me, at its core, I am looking to be able to speed up any work that I do repetitively.  In that, I rely heavily on Adobe Camera Raw to take care of the majority of problems before I start any touch up editing in Photoshop.  Thankfully, Adobe has included some new features inside of Camera Raw that take the processing of images and make them even easier.

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