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PRESS RELEASE: New Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0, Premiere Elements 3.0 Learning Centers Launched For Photo, Video Enthusiasts


TAMPA, FL - Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2006 - With Adobe's release today of Photoshop Elements 5.0 and Premiere Elements 3.0, Photoshop Elements Techniques newsletter and website (www.photoshopelementsuser.com) has created two online Learning Centers highlighting new features and training for the new photo and video editing programs.

"The Learning Centers give you a comprehensive look at all the great new features in these programs," said Matt Kloskowski, editor-in-chief of Photoshop Elements Techniques. "The folks over at Adobe have added the perfect mix of killer new tools, time-saving features and a whole new look that you'll absolutely love to use."

The free Photoshop Elements and Photoshop Premiere Learning Center includes video tutorials highlighting new functions for editing, retouching and sharing digital photos and video; a software review by Matt Kloskowski; and Frequently Asked Questions to help photo and video enthusiasts decide whether the upgrade is right for them.

"The best part about the Photoshop Elements 5.0 is not just the cool new tricks you can do, but also how much quicker and easier it is to do the basic stuff - editing, organizing and sharing," Kloskowski said. "And Premiere 3.0 will make it easier to quickly download, edit and share your home movies - or even customized DVDs."

In addition to the free tutorials in the Learning Center, Photoshop Elements Techniques subscribers have access to exclusive Photoshop Elements 5 and Premiere Elements 3 tutorials on the newsletter's subscriber web site. A special Photoshop Elements 5.0 Bonus issue this month will give subscribers in-depth coverage of the new software upgrade.

Adobe Photoshop Elements Techniques newsletter and its companion web site are produced by KW Media Group, parent company of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, Photoshop User magazine, Layers magazine and the new Adobe Illustrator Techniques newsletter. KW Media Group is one of the largest and most respected educational and training organizations in the graphics and digital imaging industry worldwide.

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(First posted on Tuesday, September 12, 2006 at 17:54 EDT)

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