My Layers Book Video Promo

I mentioned a few reviews of my Layers book on the post above. Thought I’d share this promo video that I created for the book in case you’d like to find out more about it. Here you go:

Author: Matt Kloskowski

Matt is the Vice President of Photography for onOne Software and a Tampa-based photographer. He's a best selling author of over 20 books and teaches Lightroom and Photoshop at seminars and conferences around the world.

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    • Carsten,

      The book downloads have been added to the book page. Thanks for pointing this out.

      Web Editor –

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    • Carsten,

      We rolled out a new Kelby Training site at the end of last week, so the look of the book pages has changed. The downloads are there. If you look just below Matt’s letter, and just above the videos, there is a line that says: Get all the Downloads Here (28.4MB). That is actually a link. Just click on it and the download should start.


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  1. Wow! Awesome video. Would love to get this book. And the video was so clear and HD looking. Do you mind telling us the format you uploaded the video in? Are you using your own site or using something like Amazon S3?

    Seriously, it’s the best quality streaming video I have EVER seen!

    Thank you so much!


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  2. Matt I always promote and recommend your book “Layers”. It’s excellent for most levels of Pphotoshop users and is the book where I “got it” on the concept of layers and particularly MASKing. But like any how to book you have to set some time aside to learn it. However it doesn’t take many pages into the book to start to get the pay off. Should be shipped with Photoshop as standard practice of Adobe sales. Hope you design some books for other areas of interest like the video work you do on Kelby Training. Thank you and keep up the excellent books,tips and videos.

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  3. How about “Cutting Through the Haze of Sharpening” or “Sharpening: Cutting Edge Techniques for a Dull Subject.”

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  4. Are the techniques discussed in this book applicable to the latest iteration of Photoshop Elements (9)?

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    • Hey Dennis. Not really. It’s meant for Photoshop. Most of it will work in Elements but it’s a different interface and some of the tools i use aren’t in PSE.

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  5. I’ve started your book and love it! I had been eagerly waiting for it to come out because I knew I was ready to tackle Photoshop having finally become comfortable in Lightroom. I’m already feeling more confident in Photoshop. Can’t wait to get further in the book. Perfect book at the perfect time in my life. Thanks, Matt! – Lynn

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