tutorials

Should we do online tutorials or create DVDs?

Episode 1188

Marilee from Highland, IN

Marilee and her husband are both artists and they'd like to use the Internet to earn a living with her art. They're looking to do tutorials. Should they create a DVD or do online training? Leo says that online training is definitely the way to go, buy why not do both? There will be older people that want to do it as a DVD, but also have an online option for the younger crowd. Leo recommends checking out Lynda. Then Lulu for DVDs on demand.

(Disclaimer: Lynda is a sponsor)

Whats' the best place online to learn Photoshop?

Episode 1183

Mark from Los Angeles, CA

What's the best website to learn Photoshop? Leo says that Lynda.com is the best he knows of, but they are a sponsor. Leo also says that Adobe has plenty of tutorials through Creative Cloud, and there's plenty of good books. But for well produced tutorial videos, Lynda is Mark's best bet. It's about $30 a month.

YouTube and Apple's iTunes U are other options.

Are there any more affordable online education sites?

Episode 1161

Terry from Long Beach, CA

Terry wants to know if there's a way he can get a discount on Lynda.com. Leo says he can get a free trial, but isn't sure about a discount on it. Leo recommends checking out iTunes U, since there are a million free courses there, many of them from universities. For casual use, he should start with iTunes U and Kahn Academy. Another option is to look for tutorials on YouTube.