April 05, 2013

A free new series on Photoshop photo restoration

Check out this great collaboration between Photoshop PM Bryan O’Neil Hughes & Lynda.com. Bryan writes,

When Hurricane Sandy struck the East Coast last fall, I remember reading stories about the survivors, and one theme kept popping up – people facing great danger to retrieve their family photos…

I needed a way to help. It was unbearable to see these victims fight to recover their most prized photographs, only to find them damaged by the storm. Knowing Photoshop’s tremendous power for retouching and restoration, I looked everywhere for tutorial content to share, but nothing seemed right…

Luckily, the team at lynda.com came to the rescue. They offered me one of their studios to record a video series about using the tools in Photoshop to recover photos.

The video series (25 clips, 70 minutes) is now available to everyone through the “Like to Learn” tab on the Lynda.com Facebook page. Here’s a sample:

Posted by John Nack at 9:59 AM on April 05, 2013


  • Thomas Koetter — 9:21 AM on April 06, 2013

    This sounds like a great project. Unfortunately, it’s not available to everyone, only to Facebook members.

  • Bill OBrien — 1:28 PM on April 06, 2013

    Reference: “..The video series (25 clips, 70 minutes) is now available to everyone through the “Like to Learn“ tab on ..”

    It never ceases to amaze me what passes for “free” these days.

  • Dave Chappelle — 5:48 AM on April 08, 2013

    You know, you could just go to the Lynda.com site and look for the course but I guess it’s much easier to complain.


  • Cosmo — 9:38 AM on April 08, 2013

    Nice but only free until April 11. Seems like a way to simply grab some fast Likes. So much for humanitarianism.

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