Photoshop TV


Para los que os guste el Photoshop, hacer virguerías con él y os manejeis en inglés, no os podeis perder Photoshop TV, un televisión online dedicada a noticias, trucos y tutoriales de Photoshop, presentado por Scott Kelby, Dave Cross y Matt Kloskowski de la NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals).

He estado viendo el último capítulo (el 25) y la verdad es que está muy bien, rodaje en plan profesional, calidad profesional, buenos expertos y trucos interesantes (en ese capítulo se da uno, para quitar ojos rojos, bastante interesante).

Los capítulos también están disponibles en formato podcast, por ejemplo, para verlos en la iPod.

Os pego el resumen del capítulo 25 en Inglés.

Custom shapes, jagged edges, color correction, red eye and more!

Show Summary:
Join Scott Kelby, Matt Kloskowski and special guest, Tim Grey for new and astounding new techniques and some handy quick tips.

So What Have We Learned?
– Matt shows us how to make photographic edges using custom shapes.
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– Tim Grey helps you correct even the worst color imperfections.
– Scott uses Channels to eliminate red eye. From the Photoshop Channels Book.
– Scott shows us how to make realistic portrait backgrounds.
– Matt speeds you through using the Filter Gallery. From the Photoshop CS2 Speed Clinic Book.

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In the News:
– Complete Digital Photography releases Photoshop Automator Actions 2.0.
– Nominations announced by the Photoshop Hall of Fame
– Adobe to update Creative Suite® by the second quarter of 2007

This Week’s To-Do List:
– Plan for a Santa Fe workshop with Scott at sfworkshop.com
– Visit our buddy Tim Cooper at Tim Cooper Photography
– Download a great tutorial from John Paul Camponigro for transforming to black and white

Last Week’s Winner:
Congratulations to Michael Swarn for scoring Matt’s Photoshop CS2 Speed Clinic book, a DLO TransDock Micro for your iPod and a full-conference pass to MacLive in New York.