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If it's web design feedback you're after then things like Behance and DeviantArt are ok but they're more geared towards graphics. I'd suggest going onto the Envato forums, probably the themeforest site as the users on there are all people who are selling websites so they're all looking for feedback themselves. http://themeforest.net/forums
Very, very ancient (CS2), but very, very good are the basic tutorials from the School of Photoshop by David Leggett's Tutorial9. Begin at the beginning, the king said: http://www.tutorial9.net/tutorials/photoshop-tutorials/getting-started-in-photoshop/ http://www.tutorial9.net/tutorials/photoshop-tutorials/using-palettes-in-photoshop/ ...
As mentioned by @joojaa For logos or logo like entities (ie. icons, symbols) and Web Design, it is better to just learn Adobe Illustrator. *It is also easier to learn Illustrator first and then Photoshop.
There are several sources for Photoshop-beginners to start learning, but most of the ones i know are not free (at least the good ones). I would recommend to find a tutorial (just google) for anything you wanna do. Following the steps of a tutorial will make you understand how photoshop works. Basics as well as more difficult stuff. Imho Photoshop defenitely ...
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