*Live Stream* Intro to Photoshop Elements | Tuesday, February 19, 2018


*Live Stream* Intro to Photoshop Elements | Tuesday, February 19, 2018


Tuesday, February 19th
7 - 9 p.m.
Instruction offered online via Live Stream

Are you ready to jump into the world of editing but aren't quite sure how to start? Join Amy from the comfort of your own home as she guides you through everything you need to know to feel confident and comfortable editing your image in Photoshop Elements*!

Simple editing programs such as iPhoto or PicMonkey don't hold a candle to the powerful features that Adobe's photo editing software offers... so come for a night out to learn what makes this program so incredible!

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*The most recent version of Photoshop Elements can be purchased as an online download here (be sure to purchase the correct one for your computer - Mac or PC!). The price of the class does not include the Photoshop Elements software.


Frequently Asked Questions:

I have a previous version of Photoshop Elements! Should I upgrade to the latest version before signing up?
You don’t need to. We do recommend, however, that your Photoshop Elements is version 13 or above.

How will I connect via live-stream?
You will be sent a link 15 minutes before the class begins that will allow you to watch the class online.

How is Photoshop Elements different from the editing software that comes with my computer?
The main difference is the "layers" feature. This allows you to specifically target certain areas of your photo without affecting others. For example, you may want to boost the saturation of your image but find that the faces are too red as a result. With Photoshop, you can boost the saturation of everything but the skin. You can also change the color of objects, eliminate distractions, add drama to your photos... the list goes on and on!

I have a subscription to Photoshop CC... can I still come?
Absolutely! Photoshop CC and Photoshop Elements are very similar, with few exceptions. If you have Photoshop CC, there are some features in your program that won't be covered... but everything covered in the class will be applicable!