Giveaway: Ten Ton Photoshop DVD

Are ya up for some Photoshop? How ’bout Ten Tons of Photoshop? And how would you like it for free?

Then check this out: This week on GoMedia, we’re running a give-away for Geoff Blake’s Ten Ton Photoshop Essentials DVD!

Ten ton Photoshop includes comprehensive exercises on resizing and resolution, color correction, and image touch up. Master advanced techniques for creating eye-popping visuals, including masking objects, tilt-shift photography, sizzling text effects, and workflows with InDesign, Dreamweaver, and Flash!

Product Highlights

  • Over fourteen hours of expert training spread across more than one hundred lessons, hands-on tasks, and professional techniques!
  • Master the fundamentals like resolution, resampling, and layers…then roar into advanced topics like masking techniques, typography control, color correction, and more!
  • Simple to use, easy to navigate interface—skip ahead, rewind and review, and jump between the lessons at your own pace!
  • Loaded with free extras, including stock vector art, free fonts, Photoshop plug-ins, product discounts, bonus lessons…and more!

How do you score a copy? Easy…all ya gotta do is throw a comment into this post.

You can talk about whatever you’d like: Your favorite Photoshop command, why you want to learn Photoshop, a war story from the Photoshop trenches…whatever you’d like.

The contest runs for one week, so you have until March 10th, 2010 to enter. A random comment will be drawn, and the winner will be crowned the heavyweight champ of our killer give-away!

So whatcha waitin’ for? Throw in a comment and get ready for Ten Ton’s of Photoshop!

About the Author, Geoff Blake

Geoff Blake is an award-winning software instructor and owner of Ten Ton Books, a video-based training company. With his fun and casual style, he loves teaching all things web design and Adobe-related. And when no one's looking, he pretends he's a fill-in drummer for Iron Maiden.

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