The latest version of Photoshop is CS4. But the previous versions of this software still have many users. CS2 in particular has a large group of adherents, and you can turn to a number of places for support and user tips. If you have a copy of Photoshop CS2 you want to learn to use, there are several resources you can try.
- Skill level:
Carefully review the Photoshop CS2 manual. If you don't have a copy, you may be able to find it at a local used bookstore or thrift store. You could also check with the nearest college library, since many colleges teach Photoshop methods courses, and so may still have a copy of the CS2 manual.
Visit the Amazon.com site and look for instructional handbooks for Photoshop CS2. There are several books you might want to look for, such as "The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers," by Scott Kelby (2005), "Adobe Photoshop CS2 Studio Techniques," by Ben Willmore (2005) and "Photoshop CS2 for Windows & Macintosh (Visual QuickStart Guide)" by Elaine Weinmann and Peter Lourekas (2005).
Sign up as a member on Photoshop-related sites like PhotoshopCafe, PhotoshopPlanet and PhotoshopTutorials. Many of these sites have tutorials that are still relevant to Photoshop CS2, and many also have forums where you can put any questions you might have about how to use CS2 to people with years of practice using the program.
- 20 of the funniest online reviews ever
- 14 Biggest lies people tell in online dating sites
- Hilarious things Google thinks you're trying to search for