Free daily on-line tutorials: George Mann – Using Adobe Lightroom Beta and Adobe Photoshop CS2

dpmac.com is producing a free daily on-line seminar/tutorial series on Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop CS2 for the months of May, June and July 2006.

After that date the contents of this on-line series will be compiled and rewritten into a DVD based eBook.

It’s here: http://dpmac.com/adobe/index.html

The series is also being published daily at Nikonians.org:

http://www.nikonians.org/html/resources/software/Adobe_digital_workflow/index.html

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2 Comments

  1. Great News!

    Adobe does have a problem, they have been implementing very stringent DRM which calls home regularly.

    Sure software piracy is bad, but students often have to resort to such methods in order to train on the software to get a job.

    To get good on Photoshop requires more hands on than what’s offered in a short class, with most students rarely having two nickels to rub in their pocket, getting computers given to them by parents, it’s really making it difficult to justify the legitiment purchase of overly priced Adobe software.

    If Aodbe could verify the student is indeed a student, they should give a free version that will expire in a certain time.

    This way they can maintain their market share with new users.

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