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Photoshop Playbook Tutorial Series Solves Common Problems

One of the best parts of being on the Photoshop team is seeing how eager our community is to learn more about Photoshop. This is evidenced by the hundreds of Photoshop tutorials across YouTube and the web. We’ve noticed over time that most of our customers don’t seek Photoshop help as it relates to individual features like content-aware patch and camera shake reduction. Many customers want to learn how to use a combination of Photoshop tools to solve a problem.

That’s why we created a tutorial series just for solving problems. It’s called the Photoshop Playbook, and it’s dedicated to answering the questions we see most across our social channels, like how to make a fine-hair selection, how to remove an ex from a photo, or how to whiten teeth.

I encourage you to subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified when new videos are available each Friday. We will be posting a new episode of Photoshop Playbook each and every week! Further, we encourage you to join the conversation on Twitter about solving Photoshop problems with the hashtag #PhotoshopPlaybook.

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Thank you for the Photoshop Playbook.

I plan on watching the videos to remind on a regular basis of things I learned to do with Photoshop in the past, but tend to forget. I am looking forward to refreshing my memory and keeping up to date on Photoshop features.

Thanks!!!!

I am really looking into learning photoshop,
Thanks

The tutorials gave me motivation to enjoy learning PS. thank you.

Hi there. I just want to ask a favor if u are in western Australia,can you
help me to do 3 photos from black and white into colors, and a few manipulations of old pictures, Which I lost in the fire?
But because I’m an old lady and don’t know much of a computers
I need someone to come to my place and help me do it. I need this
photos done,so I can make an album for the grand kids, to see who their grand
mother was.

So please let me know if u are willing to do this on my pc and I can explain what I want. I don’t know how to send the pictures, or put it on scan and on the USB drive. None of this I don’t know how,
So if you would be so good people and decide to do this for me and tell me how much it”l cost me.
I’ll be forever grateful to you, Just don’t be too expensive, you know my pension is not very much, so please consider this and let me know.
Kind Regards
Rayna,Nollamara Western Australia

This is an AWESOME news. I am definitely looking forward for the tutorials. Kudos to the team.

Really great news. Directly suscribed your Youtube Channel also. But why this video gets only 11.000 views?

P.S.: For those, who tant to stay up to date like me, give Photoshop a like on Facebook ;-)

Great news from adobe. Looking forward for the series.
@Nico: on my way to like it :)

I hope Playbook will help me finding best videos more quickly and easily.
Thanks Adobe Team

Beware. If you are a mac user this upgrade is quite simply useless.
No RAW converter
No Lens distortion (Keystone ) correction
No photomerge
No scene cleaner
No direct export from Apple Aperture
No Photostich
In short, it’s crap and I’m back to using version 9 and expect I’ll be on the phone for hours trying to get my money back.

I can’t tell you how disappointed I am.

    Hi David,

    What product are you referring to? This is a tutorial for Photoshop CS/CC.

    Are you referring to Photoshop Elements? Elements has a photomerge feature. Export from Aperture is controlled by Aperture’s External Editor preference and Elements (or any editor) can be specified as a application to export to.

    If you need help or have questions about your product, I would suggest posting to our forums here where more folks are able to assist you: http://forums.adobe.com/index.jspa

I like the tutorials, i find them are very helpful, congratulations and thanks!

Nice – new one just posted:

Photoshop Playbook: Adding Borders to Images
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJqe3cW9h0Q

I’ll join the community of course, I had some problems with photoshop when making the logo of my site, these tutoriols will help a lot, thanks guys.

The tutorial simply awesome, help me to retouch my family gathering photo and kick the “ex” from there! Thanks :)

Photoshop is more and more popular today. It is important for anyone who is working on computer and especially must love creation. I hope you will provide more useful information concerning the Photoshop.

Awesome. Can’t wait for your tutorials. I just bought a copy and looking forward to learn new tricks. Great job Adobe, love your products.

Great news from adobe. I am very happy to read this. I am definitely looking forward for the tutorials. Appreciate your sharing this best posting

Adobe has been pumping out very impressive software with excellent customer service for years now. Great tutorials, can’t wait for the many more I’m sure you’ll produce.

cheers, i am a big fan of photoshop!

Hi

Thanks for taking the time to write this up. The play book will certainly help with my training

Once again thanks

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