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David Peters writes openly about his frustration the first time he opened Photoshop’s software and felt lost and dejected. The source of his dilemma was even wanted to know the basics seemed out of reach without a tutor sitting next to you. Hence the idea is born for “Learn Photoshop Now.”
After getting comfortable with the product he took action. He designed a system to show the most common tasks a Photoshop user would seek direction. On the product page he even gives video demonstrations on how these can be accomplished.
He illustrates for us how to remove red eye from digital photos, when resizing a picture how can the user avoid quality loss, and how graphics could benefit the final presentation. Click here for risk free information
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As he gets into the nuts and bolts of the presentation such as learning the toolbox, or what is the Palette Well we are able to comprehend the training because the video brings it all to life and clarifies the blur often caused by text based learning. It is a hands on system for the consumer. If you have ever been distraught learning software by a manual, you can’t help but have fun as you encompass each step up the ladder.
David Peters shows us some of the tricks of the trade. The merging of photos so they look as one for example. It seems he anticipates our questions. Did you ever wonder if they could remove a blemish for an actresses photo or whiten the teeth of a tobacco user? These come with the software.
Although David Peters mentions about helping out with the “basics”, there is enough knowledge afforded to the user to feel anything like a beginner.
The one on one concept makes learning at your own speed stress free. It isn’t a content or an assignment. You don’t have to go on to the next topic until you have committed the information to memory and or notes.