Aug 12, 2005

The Russell Brown Show-Updates

Russell Preston Brown announces new tips and updates to the Dr. Brown’s Services.

New video tutorials include;

Image Warp and Photoshop CS2
Discover some of the new features found in the CS2 Warp tool, and learn how to warp text with amazing control. Adobe Photoshop CS2 for designers

Creative Contact Sheets
Design your own custom contact sheets in Adobe InDesign and then use them with Adobe Bridge. Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign CS2 for everyone

Also, Dr. Brown’s Serives has been updated to version 1.1
Dr. Brow’s Services 1.1 include;
- Merge-A-Matic
- Place-A-Matic
- Caption Maker

Dr. Brown is back with a great new set of creative scripts for designers and photographers. Learn the wonders of using Smart Objects in Adobe Photoshop CS2. Create animations quickly and easily. Add captions to your images from metadata with Dr. Brown’s Caption Maker. These scripts will only work with Adobe Photoshop CS2 and Adobe Bridge CS2. Follow the instructions on the tutorial movies for installation. Be sure to check out the video tutorials.

Also updated is Dr. Brown’s Easy Script Installer 1.1 for Macintosh and Windows! Install all of the Dr. Brown Services with a click of a mouse. These script utilities take all the trouble out of loading scripts into the correct locations. However, nothing is perfect. If this installer does not run correctly on your machine, please follow the installation instructions found in the Caption Maker Tutorial. This script is designed to update any previous installation of Dr. Brown’s Services. However, if two copies of Dr. Brown’s Services should get installed by mistake. Make sure that only one copy of the script called “Dr. Brown’s Services.jsx” is in the Startup Scripts folder.

The new tutorials and updates are available on the Tips & Techniques page of The Russell Brown Show.

Who is Russell Preston Brown?
(you’re kidding right?)

As the Sr. Creative Director at Adobe Systems Incorporated, Russell Preston Brown holds a unique position in the computer industry. Brown maintains a vital presence in the digital design and publishing community, facilitating the exchange between the user and software developer that is so essential to Adobe’s software development. With complete mastery and breathing style, Brown shows users how to work – and play – with Adobe software. He has given the world’s leading photographers, publishers, art directors, and artists a strong grasp of the software tools that, by virtually all accounts, have led to Adobe’s applications becoming the standard by which others are measured. Remember what Russell always says “Learning should never be boring!

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