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The Photoshop Workbench

Please be aware that this DVD is designed for playback on both Macs and PCs, but is not intended for television viewing.


Running Time: 29 hours, 15 minutes

Welcome to the ultimate collection of Photoshop tutorials—Photoshop Workbench Volume One! This DVD set features Episodes 1 – 90 of Mark Johnson’s world-renowned Photoshop Workbench series. With a selling price of $79.95, you can add this incredible collection to your educational library at a cost of only 40 cents per Workbench ($79.95 for all 90 episodes).

Representing more than 29 hours of inspirational Photoshop training, these videos illuminate techniques in Photoshop versions CS2, CS3, and CS4. No matter the Photoshop version, Mark’s friendly and conversational approach to teaching invites you to explore a non-destructive editing style that sets your mind at ease and encourages you to use Photoshop in a joyful and imaginative fashion.

Each Workbench is presented in its original quality and size (640 x 480 or 1024 x 768 pixels), and many are Radiant Vista website recordings that are only available on this DVD. The Table of Contents is keyword searchable (**recommended web browsers only) and contains large image thumbnails for easy tutorial recognition. Simply click the title of the Workbench that you wish to view, sit back, and enjoy the learning experience.

** To experience full DVD functionality, please consider using the latest version of Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer. Other browsers (including Safari and Internet Explorer 7) are likely to experience Table of Contents’ Search field difficulties, but not Workbench playback issues. This DVD is designed for viewing on both Macs and PCs, but is not intended for television viewing. Some Workbenches contain references to the Radiant Vista website. This website is no longer available, but many of its resources now exist on

001 – 10:52 – CS2 – Retouching and Color Correcting
002 – 18:01 – CS2 – Using the Info Palette and Curves to Remove a Strong Color Cast, and Color Correcting with the Essential Adjustment Layers
003 – 12:56 – CS2 – Retouching, Color Correcting, and Replacing a Sky
004 – 17:32 – CS2 – Creating a Glowing, Moody, High-Contrast Black and White Image with Accents of Color and Defocused Corners
005 – 10:23 – CS2 – How To Use the Shadow / Highlight Adjustment
006 – 17:18 – CS2 – Imparting an Ethereal Look and Combining Existing Color with Black and White
007 – 18:25 – CS2 – Strengthening the Relationship Between Two Main Subjects Using the Five Essential Adjustment Layers
008 – 13:34 – CS2 – Color Correction and Replacing a Sky with a Manufactured Version
009 – 12:32 – CS2 – Enhancing Complementary Colors and Adding a Vignette
010 – 17:22 – CS2 – Color Management and Color Profiles Overview, and Retouching with the Patch and Clone Stamp Tools
011 – 17:44 – CS2 – Selectively Controlling Focus, Replacing a Sky, Adding Local Contrast, and Exploring Motion Blur
012 – 12:32 – CS2 – Improving a Sunset in a Bus Window, Adding a Vignette, and Exploring Black and White with Color
013 – 13:20 – CS2 – Enhancing Fall Colors, Checking a Histogram, Using Shadow / Highlight, and Adding a Soft Glow
014 – 19:07 – CS2 – Recording the Adjustment Layer Build Action
015 – 15:12 – CS2 – Recovering Shadow and Highlight Detail with Shadow / Highlight, Curves, and the Patch and Clone Stamp Tools
016 – 19:29 – CS2 – Drawing Attention to the Main Subject and an Introduction to Sharpening with Smart Sharpen
017 – 16:00 – CS2 – Leveling a Horizon in the Lens Correction Dialog, Adding a Vignette, and Converting to Black and White
018 – 15:46 – CS2 – Using the Five Essential Adjustment Layers for Color Correction and Exploring a Creative Slap-Zoom Effect
019 – 20:11 – CS2 – Using Shadow / Highlight, Replacing a Sky, Tweaking the Edge Where Sky Meets Horizon, and Draining Color
020 – 16:49 – CS2 – Accentuating the Haunting, Graphic Nature of an Image by Blending Color with Black and White
021 – 23:11 – CS2 – Adding Density to a Sunset with Multiply Mode, Color Correction, and Straightening a Horizon
022 – 15:33 – CS2 – Correcting a Color Cast and Adding a Motion Blur
023 – 16:55 – CS2 – Simulating a Color Grad Filter and Creating the Cotton Candy Waterfall Effect
024 – 21:07 – CS2 – Correcting Pin Cushioning and Barrel Distortion in the Lens Correction Dialog, Removing a Lamppost, and Using Retouching Protection
025 – 16:16 – CS2 – Drawing Attention to the Strongest Elements and Experimenting with a Fisheye Effect
026 – 22:23 – CS2 – Leveling a Horizon, Digital Grafting, Reducing Noise, and Simulating Fog
027 – 20:31 – CS2 – Portrait Retouching (Removing Blemishes, Dodging and Burning, Correcting Skin Tones, Whitening Teeth, and Saturating Lips)
028 – 11:08 – CS2 – Adding Light to Guide the Viewer’s Eye
029 – 16:02 – CS2 – Improving Color Using Selective Color, Hand-Tinting, and Creating a Copyright Brush
030 – 19:18 – CS2 – Accentuating Black and White Elements, Blurring Moving Water, and Replacing a Sky Using a Blending Mode
031 – 19:02 – CS2 – Using the Shadow/Highlight Adjustment, Adding Alpenglow via Advanced Blending, Sharpening with Smart Sharpen, and Using the History Brush
032 – 18:30 – CS2 – Making a Selection with the Magnetic Lasso Tool, Saving the Selection, and Replacing and Blurring the Background
033 – 25:59 – CS2 – Defocusing an Element, Adding Atmospheric Elements such as Steam, and Replacing a Logo
034 – 17:22 – CS2 – Two Approaches for Converting from Color to Black and White – Multiple Hue/Sat Layers and Three Channel Mixer Layers
035 – 19:51 – CS2 – Replacing an Overexposed Background Using Color Range and Various Masking Techniques
036 – 19:59 – CS2 – Toning Down Troubling Highlights and Radially Blurring a Distracting Background
037 – 20:42 – CS2 – How to Incorporate Adobe’s Raw Converter Into Your Workflow and Using the Lens Correction Dialog to Fix Perspective
038 – 19:00 – CS2 – Using Selections to Separate a Subject From the Background (A Pop-Out Photo)
039 – 20:53 – CS2 – Adding Realistic Clouds to a Sky and a Lake
040 – 12:01 – CS2 – Single-Image Mosaic
041 – 14:48 – CS2 – Using Hue/Saturation to Radically Alter Color and Working with Custom Eye Brushes
042 – 12:01 – CS2 – Eliminating Undesirable Elements and Soft-Glow Montage
043 – 14:23 – CS2 – Recording an Action and Batch Processing
044 – 13:51 – CS2 – Intensifying a Sky, Borrowing a Mask, Inverting a Mask, and Adding a Glow to a Light
045 – 15:55 – CS2 – Creating Selective Focus
046 – 17:47 – CS2 – Converting a Photograph Into a Painting Using Filters and Blending Modes, and Adding a Custom Polaroid Border
047 – 16:39 – CS2 – Combining Two Images of the Same Subject to Create the Illusion of Motion
048 – 17:24 – CS2 – Artsy Grunge Effect
049 – 18:28 – CS2 – Automation Overview (Batch Renaming, Adding a Copyright, Batch Processing, Batch Processing in Adobe’s Raw Converter)
050 – 25:07 – CS2 – Sophisticated Retouching Using Protection, Digital Grafting, and the Clone Stamp
051 – 28:14 – CS2 – Hand Coloring a Black and White Image
052 – 13:39 – CS2 – Low-Key Stylized Portrait Effect
053 – 18:16 – CS2 – Multiple Uses for Clipping Masks
054 – 25:42 – CS2 – Painting with Light and Writing an Action to Save Your “Best Of” Images
055 – 28:53 – CS2 – Histogram Overview, Changing a Keyboard Shortcut, Creating a Cotton Candy Waterfall, and Soft-Glow Montage
056 – 24:48 – CS2 – Cropping Non-Destructively, Artful Black and White Conversion, Coffee-Toning, Accentuating Grain, Vignetting Corners, and Adding a Textured Border
057 – 18:18 – CS2 – Using a Smart Object to Wrap an Image Around a Circular Shape
058 – 22:25 – CS2 – Simulating Night Vision and Replacing a Sky Behind Glass
059 – 31:29 – CS2 – Building Density in a Sky, Removing a Blue Cast, and Placing an Image on the Side of a Barn
060 – 26:53 – CS2 – Preparing a Layered Master Photoshop File for Fine Art Printing
061 – 21:30 – CS2 – Creating a Panoramic Motion Collage
062 – 32:56 – CS2 – Black and White Infrared and Color Infrared
063 – 10:42 – CS2 – Creating the Bloom Effect
064 – 13:36 – CS2 – Simulating the Look of a Polarizing Filter
065 – 17:40 – CS2 – Correcting Color Casts When Nothing Neutral is Present
066 – 23:47 – CS2 – Blending Multiple Macro Exposures to Increase Depth of Field
067 – 21:06 – CS2 – Creative Montaging with Blending Modes and Adding a Tattered Edge
068 – 18:35 – CS3 Beta – Enhancing God Beams with Smart Filters and Creating an Animated Look Similar to the Films Waking Life and A Scanner Darkly
069 – 21:47 – CS3 Beta – Fashioning a Realistic Looking Reflection in Water
070 – 23:55 – CS3 Beta – Creating an Image Collage with a Graphic Design Appearance
071 – 22:17 – CS3 Beta – Correcting Perspective in an Architectural Photograph, Stretching Blue Sky, and Adding a Glow to Manmade Lights
072 – 25:49 – CS3 Beta – Creating a Movie Poster from Two Images
073 – 16:53 – CS3 Beta – Examining the Black and White Adjustment Layer in CS3
074 – 16:26 – CS3 Beta – One Fell Swoop Upsampling Using Bicubic Sharper Interpolation
075 – 23:56 – CS3 Beta – Wedding Photography Workflow
076 – 17:28 – CS3 Beta – Processing JPEGs in Adobe Camera Raw
077 – 24:55 – CS2 – Creating a Smart Object Custom Label Template
078 – 27:20 – CS3 Beta – Simulating the “Band of Brothers” Look
079 – 21:16 – CS3 Beta – Cross Processing and Adding a Film Sprocket Border
080 – 34:15 – CS3 Beta – Botanical Dreaming Spring Paint Rollers Composite (Part 1)
081 – 23:52 – CS3 Beta – Botanical Dreaming Spring Paint Rollers Composite (Part 2)
082 – 31:33 – CS3 Beta – Secrets of Selections, Masks, and Layer Styles
083 – 23:36 – CS3 Beta – Making a Great Image Extraordinary Using Local Color Correction
084 – 18:25 – CS3 Beta – Multiple-Exposure Rotate and Zoom Montaging
085 – 24:51 – CS2 – Transforming a Photograph into a Sponge Painting
086 – 14:07 – CS2 – Simulating the Dave Hill Portrait Look
087 – 18:19 – CS3 – Placing a Subject in a Different Background Using Refine Edge on the Mask and Creating a Realistic Shadow
088 – 21:52 – CS3 – Simulating a Graduated Neutral Density Filter and Adding an Organic Brushed In Border
089 – 18:59 – CS3 – Creating a Rotated and Flipped Mirror Montage
090 – 13:48 – CS3 – Working with JPEGs in Adobe Camera Raw and Creating a Soft-Glow Montage Using Smart Objects

Praise for the Photoshop Workbench

“I have been watching Mark’s Workbench videos for a long time now and I believe he is the best Photoshop instructor I have seen (and I watch a lot of Photoshop video tutorials). The way he presents information makes it very simple to understand.”
    Lawrence Keeney?
    Boulder City, Nevada

“After dealing w/ PS for several years, and yes, several classes, I finally got MASKS! Why? Because Mark Johnson so carefully explains every move he makes, even if he makes it several times. I shall be eternally grateful.”
    Sylvia Patton
    Los Angeles, CA

“I am so grateful for the Photoshop Workbench series because FINALLY (and I mean this with emphasis) I’ve found a resource where I can learn how to create the array of images that have existed for years only in my mind. I’ve tried other web tutorials, but Mark makes it so easy to follow along and truly learn techniques.”
    Brian Reed
    Aurora, Colorado

“In attempting to learn Photoshop, I bought all of the top rated books; took multiple short courses locally; and read all of the how to articles in the major magazines. I finally took a semester long course at a local community college, and even this was not as helpful as Mark Johnson’s Photoshop Workbench and his e-books. Mark freely shares his expertise and enthusiasm for this most creative tool on the website, and his e-book on CS3 is an often used reference. He makes the whole process easily understandable and the fun it should be. I have also purchased Botanical Dreaming, and it is a constant source of joy and inspiration. Much like Galen Rowell does in his books, Mark openly shares all of the how-to information that so many other author’s skip. I’ve never been so warmly thanked as when another photographer took my advice, and visited Mark’s website or purchased one of his books.”
    Dr. Bill Casper
    San Diego, CA

“Thanks for your continued dedication to publishing the Photoshop Workbench each week. It continues to be my primary source of Photoshop instruction. I find that your teaching style really stands out compared to the others on the web. You explain what you’re doing, what the menu option is, and why you’re using that tool. It seems all the others simply recite a string of shortcut keystrokes with little explanation.”
    Craig Stocks
    Delavan, IL

“Several years ago I decided to move from the film world to the digital world. One of the biggest challenges I faced was learning Photoshop. I spent a lot of time and energy reading various books and attending classes at a local Junior College. However, it was not until I found the Photoshop Workbench that I really began to progress. I have friends ask me “how did you learn Photoshop?” and I always tell them that I learned it from Mark Johnson!! He did more for me than any other source.”
    Bruce Bader
    O’Fallon, IL

“The video tutorials are fantastic. I’ve been working with Photoshop for years now, yet every tutorial has something in it that is new to me.”
    Terry McDonald
    Guelph, Ontario, Canada

“Of all the tutorial experts out there I have found your presentations to be the clearest and most useful.”
    Steve Haines
    Essex, CT

“I truly appreciate your Workbench series, and look forward to each of them. Can’t begin to tell you how much I have learned from these weekly tutorials.”

“I learned so much from your tutorials, which include information within information! Your directions for adding digital catchlights resurrected large numbers of “dead,” sightless subjects from their analog graves. There is simply no limit here. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I am pleased to relate that your teaching has really enhanced my workflow and increased the number of submissions I submit to SuperStock, Inc., which reps my stock work. Your work is gorgeous!”
    Ivy Bigbee

“I’d like to thank you for producing this amazing videocast! I can’t even begin to tell you how much I’ve learned—and I haven’t even listened to everything yet.”
    Norman Freelan
    Cleveland, OH

“Thank YOU for all you do—I have to say I have learned more about Photoshop from you than any other source, and it is much appreciated!”
    Greg Zitney
    Novato, CA

“It’s people like Mark that provide the incredible positiveness in a world that is so full of negativity. In other words, thank God for him balancing out an otherwise off-kilter world. My sincere appreciation and gratitude to him for his particular style, content, graciousness and above all his teachings. I would hope he continues to grace us with his generosity…in spite of a pitiful world.”
    Usha Vedula

“As usual you take the complex and reduce it to the simple.”
    Dave Randolph
    Raleigh, NC

“I have purchased Mark’s Photoshop Companion eBooks along with all of the Photoshop Workbench DVDs and I have learned more about Photoshop using his materials than with all the other Photoshop books I have read.”
    Jim Kostecki

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