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Steve Spindler

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At the NACIS practical cartography day, Gerry Krieg I experimented with utilizing a video demo since he wasn't able to attend. I'm a big fan of video demonstrations because I can look at them repeatedly and learn more quickly than if I was just reading a book.

In an effort to move from mostly vector mapping to utilizing photoshop and painter, I found a website that that answers a lot of my "how-to" questions. It's not focused on cartography, but rather it is focused on using a large number of graphic programs.

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The link in my last post was wrong. It was actually Lynda.com
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Changed the topic title for you. Also removed that one bad link.

I remember checking out Lynda.com a few years ago and being very impressed by it.
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