I’ve recorded many Photoshop tutorial videos, including over five hours of short videos to accompany my book How to Cheat in Photoshop CC, which you can find on the book’s website.
I’ve also recorded a number of videos for online providers, which are available on a variety of plans including free, pay per view, and subscription models.
2 Minute Photoshop
My latest video venture is a YouTube channel for millennials, for whom two minutes is the maximum concentration time. It’s a growing library of Photoshop techniques, with new tutorials added daily.
You can check it out here.
Lynda is the premier online training site, offering a vast collection of videos on just about every subject, on a subscription basis. Many of the world’s leading publishing companies now have corporate subscriptions, so their staff can stay up-to-date on the latest developments in software.
I have a number of tutorials published on Lynda, mainly on Photoshop and Affinity Photo. You can check out my page here.
Inspire is a monthly magazine published by Adobe Systems, makers of Photoshop and the Creative Cloud collection of design software. It’s available for free both through their website and as a mobile tablet application, and it features the very best design tutorials.
I currently have two videos on the site, covering recent updates to Photoshop. They show how to use the new Highlights and Shadows feature in the Select Color dialog to create a rapid day-for-night effect, and how to use the Perspective Warp feature to modify the apparent viewing angle of a building.
Click the links to view the videos.
This site used to be called PSDTuts before it merged with all the other Tuts sites to become the single, unified Tuts+. It features a huge range of tutorials on a wide variety of topics, all of which are free to view.
I’ve recorded a series of six videos covering the 3D modelling aspects of Photoshop, and you can find them all here.
Retouch Pro is a site specifically for Photoshop retouchers, run by the highly talented Doug Nelson. For a couple of years Doug ran a series of live webinars, in which he would record a two-hour session with a digital artist, all the while fielding questions from the audience. It was a unique experiment in delivering content with immediacy.
I recorded 18 sessions with Doug, and while the live shows have finished they’re all still available on a pay-to-view basis through YouTube. You can see them all on four pages on the Retouch Pro site, starting here.