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03 March 2005, 02:57 AM
I am looking for Photoshop video training. I tend to learn better from videos.

Looking for something that covers people to cars or even matte paintings.

I am looking for videos that show a piece from start to finish I find this better than random examples.

I am leaning toward (

But which ones should I get ?
but I am open to any other videos that may be available


03 March 2005, 07:57 PM
i just bought 4 videos from gnomon..... i am new to this whole matte painting thing too. I bought ryan church vol 1 hi tech architecture, dusso 1, and both of the christian lorenze dvds. I thought for a person like me... just starting out that the dusso one was very hard to watch.... everything is sped up like 110%... but he does cover a lot of amazing stuff. I thought the first christian lorenze dvd was awesome.... It deals a lot with painting on top of photographs... i haven't watched the vol 2 of his yet.... but i get the feeling that it may be sped up like the vol 1 of dusso. But I am extremly impressed and happy with the ryan church dvd... though it deals with painter... while the others deal with photoshop. I think i will be getting the other ryan church dvds... Hope this helped

03 March 2005, 01:54 AM
Thanks that’s the exactly what I was looking for.

They just released a new one. Anyone seen it yet? (

So overall would you buy the christian lorenze”s again?

I was very interested I those. But I have to say I am now looking at the

ryan church dvds also.

Thanks again.

04 April 2005, 04:01 AM
actually my friend here at school just ordered the new video... so hopefully you can look for my review sometime within the next week and a half. and yes I am very happy with the ryan church videos and the christian lorenze stuff. Christian lorenze deals a lot more with photography while ryan church just paints.... but ryan church does not use photoshop... he uses painter. Also i found the architecture volumes more helpful for me than vol 1 and 2... i do more backgrounds than I do cars ,...ect. good luck in finding what helps you more...

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