Want to Learn Photoshop?

24 April 2012 | 0 Comments

Ever tried to open an image in Photoshop to do a basic edit, and find yourself totally confused?  What are all those things in the toolbar?  What’s the difference between canvas size and image size? And what the heck are layers?

Spend a day learning the basics of Photoshop in this fun, not-too-technical workshop, taught by me!  You’ll discover how to enhance and retouch your photos, add text, and combine multiple images into a collage. Adjust the colour and brightness, learn how to remove dust spots, fix blemishes, and even remove objects from your images. And once you’ve transformed your photos into masterpieces, you’ll learn about resolution and how to optimize your images for printing, or for publishing online.

This workshop is perfect for small business owners, bloggers, and hobby photographers.  No previous Photoshop experience or graphic design skills necessary.  Bring your laptop, your enthusiasm, and appetite (delicious catered lunch is included!).  The workshop is limited to a max of 25 participants, so there will be lots of time for questions and one-on-one support.

Saturday June 2,2012
10am – 4pm
Alterna Boardroom, Centre for Social Innovation
215 Spadina Avenue, Toronto

$99 per person
delicious catered lunch included

New! Early-bird Pricing! $79 per person if booked before May 4, 2012

Click Here to Register

The not-so-fine print:

  • Workshop registration is non-refundable, however, your ticket is transferable to a friend or colleague if you can’t make the event at the last minute.
  • You must bring your own laptop and power cord – computers are not provided.
  • You’ll need to have Photoshop installed on your computer.  If you don’t have it, you can download the free 30 day trial from Adobe’s website.

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