I have just caught this link from DPReview. In the unlikely case than anyone does not know Martin, he writes the Photoshop for Photographers books, and co wrote the Ultimate Workshop version with Jeff Schewe who posts on these forums. It's a good read, so enjoy. LINK
Good read! Thanks.
I love that at the end he concludes he can get "similar if not better" results from a single exposure than by using a complex multi-exposure process. That has always been my experience as well, even before PV2012 made it even easier!
If you like Martin Evening, here are some more videos by him: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0FD41823C3465DC0
Not much in the way of new information, but Martin does, at least, have a clear and easy to listen to narration voice. I see the videos accompany his latest 'Photoshop CS6 for Photographers' book. I have three of the previous versions (if I include the Ultimate Workshop edition), but doubt that I shall invest in the new book.
Pierre, do you speak French or Flemish in your part of the world? I rather think both. I'm wondering — as we are talking video tutorials — if you use the Video2brain series, which have a European flavour? I guess with your perfect English, you could use whatever you liked.
Yes, and German is also spoken in Belgium. (my German is not good enough to follow Calvin Hollywood's)
Yes, Video2Brain is very good too! they have good teachers, in all languages...
I particularly like their After Effect ones with Angie Taylor and Todd Kopriva.
And they have very good tuts in Spanish.
It would be nice to see lynda.com expand to other markets.
That's good to know. I'd love to see Steve Caplin's Creating Perspective title, and I hae just looked and he has several other titles that I would absolutely love to see. It looks pretty reasonable as well. I'll go with a month's subscription to see how well it streams.
Yes, I'm starting to wonder why I haven't done it before.
Europe, Middle East and Africa