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Hey everyone

Just a general question, Can any of you recommend me some good sites to learn Photoshop Elements 4.0 techniques?

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I found this link in this forum:

photoshop tutorials for beginners

There are some more, but I have to go.
You could do a search "photoshop tutorials" to take you there.

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Good-Tutorials has been a fave of mine for some time... I'm using CS2, so I'm more biased to that. I'm sure they've got some Elements stuff on there as well.
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Thanks johntalin and punkr0x0r

I've bookmarked them, going to work through them later!

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I realize that this isn't a site, but I would strongly recommend Scott Kelby's excellent series of "The Photoshop Elements Book for Digital Photographers" books. There is one in the series for each version of Photoshop Elements (and a similar series for Photoshop itself). These books are simply AMAZING. You will be ...ahem... amazed at what you will learn.

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hi,

i have been using this one for a while now really, good, (also good for all apps not just photoshop. i.e. flash, illustrator etc etc..)

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