Honesty Rocks! truth rules.

Photoshop 7 Tutorial

HOME      >>       Graphics, Design & Animation

nirvana_fan

Please can someone give me link where can i download full Photoshop 7 tutorial?BG


heimcomputer


Please can someone give me link where can i download full Photoshop 7 tutorial?

BG


<{POST_SNAPBACK}>


 


 

but remember when using photoshop

that the program is used by a whole buch of diffrent user categories

photoshop is a versatile and powerfull program

when looking for a tutorial

try searching for something related to what you want to do with photoshop

-->maby you will say:

I want to know photoshop in general

-->well then you should start at adobe.com

they made it

so they will inform you on how to use it

BUT

because of all the different users as mentioned above

they dont go in depth when regarding different technics

 

photoshop is filled with lot of different ways of doing the exact same thing

this is because of the different u.....as mentioned above

so

you are welcome to use photoshop anyway you want

 

 

 

again-->remember to think about what you want to learn

; for what purpose are you using photoshop

 

 

hope this helps



heimcomputer

I dont have a good refference to give you because I have used tutorials inmy own languageand have used a lot of time finding out how to use photoshop for my purpose-->which is for photo retuch/manipulation/color....etcI could give you a turorial if you would likejust ask


wedjarl

few sites I know offers a downloadable "version' or their tutorials.

http://www.grafx-design.com/phototut.html
http://ww1.atncentral.com/tutorials.htm

most tutorial sites simply publish them online...still you could save these webpages by using your browser (save as, full or complete or save with images etc..). Saved tutorial (webpages) very handy offline resources.

http://forums.xisto.com/topic/81598-topic/?findpost=1064286303

if saving webpages is a hassle in your case...you could purchase downloadable CD's, ebooks etc...or books of course. (most of them are not free anyway.) Google is there to help you find them.


hasan1405241478


miCRoSCoPiC^eaRthLinG

few sites I know offers a downloadable "version' or their tutorials.

 

most tutorial sites simply publish them online...still you could save these webpages by using your browser (save as, full or complete or save with images etc..). Saved tutorial (webpages) very handy offline resources.

 

if saving webpages is a hassle in your case...you could purchase downloadable CD's, ebooks etc...or books of course. (most of them are not free anyway.) Google is there to help you find them.

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>


Thanks wedjarl, you've provided a brilliant example for my post - the freeware Local Website Archiver... @ http://forums.xisto.com/topic/81805-topic/?findpost=1064287868

That's exactly what I've been trying to put through. Even I've got thousands of these downloaded tutorials - but they used to be a mess of files and folders, till I found that brilliant tool to neatly organize all my tutorials into one big archive file. All you need to do is keep a backup of this archive and you have all your tutorials saved forever for future reference...

Give it a try..