Photoshop Cafe

PhotoshopCAFE Presents:

It’s been exactly three weeks since the Photoshop World Convention in Las Vegas. I haven’t had a chance to write a thing about what I had seen and what products we had a chance to look at and bring back with us from the convention.

I’ve tested out some of the products we brought back like Fluid Mask 3, the #1 still-image masking tool and SiteGrinder 2 which turns Adobe Photoshop into an easy-to-use and powerful website design and production tool. I’m also going to take a look at LicenseStream, a product by ImageSpan that lets you manage the rights, permissions, and licenses for your photos and videos.

The product I did get a chance to test out and use in depth was the training video that I received from Colin Smith of PhotoshopCafe. The Photoshop and Dreamweaver Integration Tutorial DVD he hand us at the conference has saved me hours and hours of website design work.

This training tutorial has been the most useful tool for me as a web designer. Yes, I’ve seen videos on YouTube that helped me in certain areas of what I do but the Photoshop and Dreamweaver Integration Tutorial Video from Colin Smith helped me in ALL areas of what I need to do for the Photoshop designs that I created.

Mr. Smith also gave us “Flash CS3 for Designers” to try out and I am excited about this DVD as well since we are finding out more and more that our clients really want to add some Flash on their websites. I have only scratched the surface when it comes to Flash, but I know that Mr. Smith will teach me quite a bit more of what I need to know to help our clients!

So, if you are searching for a tutorial video that will help you in your web design skills, I highly recommend Colin Smith’s PhotoshopCAFE Training Tutorials. You can find his Tutorials by visiting http://www.photoshopcafe.com/.

Take a look and browse around the site. He has some useful snippets of videos for products like the new CS4 products, CS3, Lightroom and much, much more!

2 thoughts on “Photoshop Cafe”

  1. Awesome! I can’t wait to take a look at these videos. Sometimes finding the right mix of demonstration and interaction can be confusing but it sounds like Colin Smith got it right. We should have video posted on the main site soon as well

  2. I have seen many sites before and most of them do not look this good.
    Thanks for the excellent content.

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