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    Book with CD to learn Photoshop

    As you all may know I use LR most of the times.
    But sometimes I jump to Photoshop and I begin to like it

    Some operations are easier. For me that is.

    Do you have any book I could buy to learn Photoshop ?
    I would rather have one with a CD to listen and follow as it was running.

    I know - I think I know - that Colin uses CS a lot with great success.

    Meanwhile, read this about Photoshop and Lightroom. Interesting.

    Thank you

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    Re: Book with CD to learn Photoshop

    What do I need a book for if here I can find such good information ?


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    Re: Book with CD to learn Photoshop

    Hi Antonio,

    The attachment you reference does not mention Photoshop Elemments. With PSE you can catalogue.tag and prioritise your photos much more easily than in Lightroom. In addition it has considerable photo editing capability. Obviously not as sophisicated as CS4, but close. Considering the scope of PSE, I don't know why Adobe even bothered with LR.
    Regards,

    Paul

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    Re: Book with CD to learn Photoshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    Hi Antonio, The attachment you reference does not mention Photoshop Elemments. With PSE you can catalogue.tag and prioritise your photos much more easily than in Lightroom. In addition it has considerable photo editing capability. Obviously not as sophisicated as CS4, but close. Considering the scope of PSE, I don't know why Adobe even bothered with LR. Regards, Paul
    Thank you Paul !

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