Chelyabinsk, Russia, May 06, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Andrei Doubrovski, a professional photo restoration artist and technician, has released version 7.0 of video-book "As Simple as Photoshop." The book is devoted to an original method of a quick but total immersion into the environment of Photoshop.
Every tutorial here is packed with a short movie showing some practical usage of the wordy lesson. You may play those either one by one, or as a full-size and full-length video. The elaborated controls instantly guide you to required page or episode.
In the meantime, the book's interface features all the essential functions available in popular ebook readers and web browsers - table of contents, history, bookmarks, text search, and more. So, you needn't choose between a Photoshop book and a Photoshop video anymore. "ASAP" is more than just a book and smarter than just a video. This fusion of the two media suggests completely new approach. For example, you use full-text search to find a particular movie episode, and then bookmark it. Or click a text link and see the related movie frame.
The first chapter - a quick overview of Photoshop interface and basic work principles - is available online and downloadable as free video-book. Full version of "ASAP" - covering color and tonal adjustments, layers, transformations, selecting and masking techniques, vector tools, Web-oriented functions, and actions - is offered for a small fee.
Version 7.0 revised for Photoshop CS4 includes:
* 135 video-lessons
* Total run time - about 3 hours
* Navigating with TOC, bookmarks, history, keyboard
* Search in articles and subtitles
* Windows, Mac OS X
* Screen resolution 1024x768 or better
As Simple as Photoshop is available for $18 (USD) to download, or $30 (USD) for CD delivery.