by Julieanne Kost

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November 22, 2012

B&H Photo and Video was kind enough to let me do a live presentation on Photoshop CS6 for their customers when I was in New York last month. Not only that, they recorded it and posted it to their site! Now I know that a 2 hour presentation is going to take a lot of effort to watch if you have a short attention span, but I think it’s worth it if you want to know what’s new in Photoshop CS6 for Photographers! Click here to view the seminar.

Thank you for making this happen Deborah and the B&H team!

COMMENTS

  • By Elaine B - 5:39 PM on November 22, 2012  

    Wow, Julieanne~~this was great! Thanks to B & H for video taping your presentation and posting it on YouTube so everyone could watch it! And thanks for posting the link here!

    You’d think I’d have something better to do on Thanksgiving, but I’m by myself, so I indulged in my Photoshop obsession and watched the video on and off during the day, alternating with a movie and food :~)

    I’ve been watching CS6 videos throughout the year even though I didn’t think I was going to buy it, but I yielded to temptation a couple of weeks ago and used my NAPP discount which helped ease the pain.

    I learned so much from this presentation, as I have from all your video tutorials, but the absolutely best thing was finding out that I could return the color of the Interface to the lighter color. I love the darker Interface~~it’s so chic~~but I’ve been having a terrible time trying to read the Ruler, with the light increments on the dark ground :~/ So now I’m not so upset that I splurged on CS6 (Illustrator and InDesign, too!)

    Anyway, you are a delightful instructor and I hope I can take a class from you someday, hopefully here in Portland, OR :~)

    Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving!

  • By klaus - 12:54 AM on November 23, 2012  

    an absolutely fantastic and entertaining presentation

  • By Carlton Hansen - 12:30 PM on November 23, 2012  

    Thank you, Julieanne. I have watched every video you have made on CS6 and Lightroom 4 and the ability to view this was outstanding. You did, as always, a great job. I look forward to more videos from you.