As I’m in my hotel room getting ready for another day of training in sunny Birmingham (the one in England), I’m thinking maybe I could talk to you about getting some help with any challenges you may have while working in Photoshop, Lightroom, Bridge, and any other Adobe application.
The usual place to look for some help is of course the internet. But then, where do you look for answers? How do you know that you’ll find answers from real experts that know what they’re talking about?
That’s where I usually point people to Adobe Forums. Adobe Forums is a great place to find answers to all your questions from the real experts – graphic designers, web designers, and adobe instructors like myself. You will find me often on adobe forums, especially on Photoshop, Lightroom, and Bridge forums. I love helping other people and I am very eager to help them with their challenges while working with the adobe applications.
Here’s what Adobe forums look like:
Every adobe product has a seperate forum, the screenshot above is an example of a Photoshop forum. To start using adobe forum, you just need your adobe id. If you don’t have one, you can register for free to get one. Just click on Register near the top of the page, on the left side.
When you come to the adobe forums, say Hello so we can meet! Virtually of course… 😉
Enjoy and have a lovely weekend! See you on Monday.