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Learn Adobe Photoshop - Beginner Tip 5: Help Inside Photoshop

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 In this video, Mahalo expert Gene Shaw describes how you can access the Help features that have been built into Photoshop. Beginner Tip 5: Help Inside Photoshop --------------------------------------------------------------------- Adobe has built several features into Photoshop that will guide you as you learn. This video shows you where to look for help without ever leaving Photoshop. * Photoshop Help: Technically, this help does not exist within Photoshop. If you select it, you will be directed to Adobe Online. This covers all of the basics to the program. You can click any of the drop down menus to see more information on any topic.? * You can also access Getting Started and Tutorials. * Forums are great because they're made up of novices and professionals who use Photoshop regularly. * CS Live gives you a variety of help options. Here you can access the following: * Adobe BrowserLab helps you figure out the best way to approach all of the different browsers in terms of designing websites. * CS Review lets you submit artwork and receive feedback on your work. * SiteCatalyst will keep you up to date on the latest internet trends to help optimize your web projects. * It also features other options, but you need to create an account with Adobe to access Adobe CS Live Online Services. * Tool Tips are small bubbles that pop up when you hover over a button such as names of documents or names of tools in the tool bars. Basically, if you don't know what something is, just try hovering over it and Photoshop will give you a hint as to its function. * The Info Panel is very handy because it will tell you the function of the tool you have selected. It will even give you shortcut hints and generally tell you how each tool works. * The History Panel shows you a record of the last moves/functions/actions you performed. * Finally, it is essential that you Experiment. There really is no substitute for simply experimenting on your own to figure out how things work. If you mess up, you can always undo an action. Experimentation is the best way to understanding Photoshop and creating fantastic art. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-adobe-photoshop-beginner-tip-5-help-inside-photoshop/
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