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  • orphelan
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    Re: The best photoshop tutorials in you opinion?

    In my opinion they are the best. You can find them on the youtube.

    Michael Woloszynowicz - I think he is one of the best and my favorite all the time.
    Julia Kuzmenko McKim - She is very good retoucher and photographer and also my favorite.
    Natalia Taffarel - You can find her everywhere
    Krunoslav Stifter - One of the best D&B DVD but he has free videos also.
    Pratik Naik - Limited source but he has a very very good tutorial from 2014 but not free.
    Glyn Dewis - free videos and he is awesome. I found him when I was amateur and his videos raised me a new level.
    Calvin Hollywood - He is German but he has english tutorials also.
    Gabor Richter - I'm not sure but mayabe only German.

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  • Aladdin
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    Re: The best photoshop tutorials in you opinion?

    @Skoobey: It really depends on which audience you would like to target, beginners, intermediate or advanced users.

    If you are going to cover a single subject like D&B, e.g. Then you have to let the reader know at what stage of the edit process a particular "process" is being used.
    Like when do we perform Sharpen, D&B, etc.

    Also, if you are going to cover a "process", then you will have to cover the various methods or techniques within this process, like when to use 2 curves for DB Vs. using shoftlight layer Vs. something else.

    Overwhelming, if you want for it to be useful.

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  • skoobey
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    Actually, I'm making tutorials based on my learning experience, and just want to know what people consider good or useful.

    Right now I'm making a very in depth set of tutorials covering all the different dodge and burn methods. I don't think all of these have been covered properly in a single place.

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  • philbach
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    Well there a a zillion resources out there. Its a complicated and fascinating program for sure. For the basics I would recommend a "course" For more advanced user there are specific areas you can study with books by many and web sites like Kelby One, or Lynda.com. Right here is a great place to deal with specific problems. A good book that I found useful for covering the entire application is "Photoshop CS6 the missing Manual.

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  • skoobey
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    The best photoshop tutorials in you opinion?

    I would like to know what are the best PS learning resources in your opinion? Care to share a link?

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