I was presenting this e-seminar from the Adobe office near London about merging images together. I show exciting examples for using Auto-Align, Auto-Blend, HDR toning, HDR Pro and some other useful new features of Photoshop CS5 to create amazing panoramic photographs, dramatic montages and special effects. The presentation is 45 minutes long and it is the unedited recorded version of the live seminar.
Click on this link to watch the seminar:
Merging images with Photoshop CS5 eSeminar
Some examples from the presentation:
Feedback from the attendees:
Laila Bakke: this was a great session, thank you 🙂
Keith Woodhouse: great demo maestro
Roger Carolander: Very nice Martin , thanks
David Haverty: Outstanding presentation – thank you
Richie C: Some great tips there! thanks Martin
Claire Chambers: Great presentation – thank you!
John Weatherell: Very interesting
James Godfrey: very useful, thank you kindly!! 🙂
Rita Antonsson: Thanks. Really good!!
Huong Nong: Fantastic presentation!! Thanks Martin
Antonia Marina: thanks a lot!!! very useful
Keith Cullern: Thank you. That was fantastic.
Richard Edgar: amazing show – need to watch it all again to fully pick up on everything
Tracey Longley: Fantastic seminar, I was amazed at what this software can do! Jaw dropping in parts. One of the best seminars I’ve watched
Stella Adetuberu: Thanks so much that was really good
Tigz Rice: can’t wait for your next seminar
Chris McLoughlin: Excellent presentation
Ben Bridle: thankyou, great seminar
Tracey Hawkins: Thanks so much, that was brilliant!
Tracey Longley: Thanks so much. I feel totally enlightened today! :
Sally Hitt: First class! Thank you
Jeremy Naunton: Thanks, that was great and most useful – bye
Tracey Longley: Can’t wait for your next seminar as you explain everything so well! 🙂
Laurence Marshall: Book my place for the next seminar! Hope Adobe are paying you what you’re worth 🙂 Nice presentation Martin, the paste to a new layer from History tip was great. Good timing, relevant and informative thanks 🙂
Many thanks for those who attended the seminar and I hope we will meet on the next presentation!
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