Scott Kelby, Photoshop guru and author of “Macintosh … the Naked Truth,” as well as lots of Mac articles, editorials, and how-tos, has released his first piece of software.
Not surprisingly, it’s a Photoshop plug-in: “Kelby’s Notes for Adobe Photoshop.” Produced by
KW Computer Training and developed by
Proteron LLC, the plug-in runs in Photoshop 7.0 and addresses the top 100 questions users ask about Photoshop and photo- editing techniques.
Kelby’s Notes launches directly from Photoshop’s menu bar. You click on the “How Do I” menu and scroll down to choose from the list of 100 questions (such as “How do I … subtract from a selection?” “How do I … remove wrinkles?” or “How do I … copy an effect to another layer?”). A pop-up dialog box then displays the answer.
Kelby’s Notes was designed exclusively for Photoshop 7.0 and is compatible with Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X, Windows 98, 2000, NT and XP. It’s available for US$19.95 (via Internet download) or $24.95 (on CD-ROM). For more info, including ordering info, go to the
product Web site.