Software Cinema Launches New Adobe Photoshop CS3 Interactive Training Series

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Software Cinema Training Videos

Software Cinema has a new series of training videos for digital photography professionals and serious amateurs. “Classic Pro Techniques” is an interactive training line of videos for Adobe Photoshop CS3 and it instructs viewers on the intricacies of photo enhancement and workflow.

World-renowned digital artist Eddie Tapp, who was recently inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame, teaches the series. Eddie explains digital processes and effects that have been updated for the new CS3 version. All tutorials are available as a Product-On-Disc DVD or instantly by way of broadband connection through Software Cinema’s unique Workshops-On-Demand service.

The two-disc set instructs viewers on how to streamline workflow and launch into new creative and image optimizing techniques in Photoshop CS3. The first disc includes a description of how to set up palettes for working spaces, which are features unique to the CS3 program. The disc includes instruction on how to work in Adobe Bridge with the powerful processing interface for RAW, JPEGs and more. Users can improve speed and image quality with Eddie’s Back to the Future Scanner Dust Spotting, BTF Moire & Blooming Colors, Creating Custom Brushes, Using Variables in Photoshop, Noise Reduction and more.

The second disc of the series includes additional information to help users in image enhancement. Eddie teaches creative and advanced techniques in CS3 such as Edge Effects, Back to the Future Portrait Enhancement, Borders & Rules, Dream Glow Pro 1, Cookie Lighting, Liquify Projects, Infrared Technique, Vanishing Point, Soft Focus Filter, Pen Tool, Extractly Right, Smart Objects, Multi Layer Projects, Rebuild Techniques, Photomerge and Templates for Production.


Published by Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.