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PRESS RELEASE: New Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0 and Premiere 2.0 Online Learning Centers Launched for Photo and Video Enthusiasts; Photoshop Elements Techniques Also Offers Online Elements and Premiere Courses
TAMPA, Fla. -- Sept. 27, 2005 -- Today, in unison with the debut of Adobe(R) Photoshop(R) Elements 4.0 and Adobe(R) Premiere(R) 2.0 by Adobe Systems Incorporated, the creators of Photoshop Elements Techniques newsletter launched two new online Learning Centers at http://www.photoshopelementsuser.com, and a series of new online courses.
"We're excited at the opportunity to show people how to use the cool new features of Photoshop Elements 4 and Premiere Elements 2," said Dave Cross, editor-in-chief of Photoshop Elements Techniques. "Adobe has done a wonderful job of addressing users' wishes for new features without making us feel like we're starting over with a brand-new program."
The free Photoshop Elements Learning Centers - http://www.photoshopelementsuser.com - provide photo and video enthusiasts the first and most extensive look at how easy it is to edit, retouch, and process photos and videos using Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere. The Learning Centers are packed with free online video clips and tutorials; downloadable articles written by Dave Cross, editor-in-chief of Photoshop Elements Techniques; a top ten list of enhancements, and the most frequently asked questions offering the most comprehensive free help and resources for digital photographers and video enthusiasts available today.
Leading the industry with online Elements training, the staff at Photoshop Elements Techniques has added a new series of online courses to its already impressive curriculum at http://www.photoshopelementsuser.com. The latest Elements course, developed for both Elements 3.0 and new 4.0 users, covers portrait retouching featuring Dave Cross, Adobe Certified Instructor and editor-in-chief of Photoshop Elements Techniques newsletter. The second new online video course - Premiere Elements 101 -- shows video enthusiasts how to create home movies like a pro.
Both online courses - taken over 21-days - are available for a special introductory price of just $19.99. New students will immediately save $5 off the regular price of $24.99. Go to http://www.photoshopelementsuser.com to sign up today.
About Producers of Learning Centers & Training Courses
KW Media Group is the parent company of Photoshop Elements Techniques newsletter and its companion website, Layers magazine, the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), Photoshop User magazine, the Adobe Photoshop Seminar Tour, Photoshop World Conference & Expo, and the corporate home of last year's top-selling computer book author - Scott Kelby. KW Media Group is considered the one of the largest and most respected educational and training organizations in the graphics and digital imaging industry worldwide http://www.kwmediagroup.com.
(First posted on Thursday, September 29, 2005 at 12:38 EDT)