Photoshop & Photography Training

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: July 26, 2012

Category: General

Hey Folks,

How’s it going? Hey if you’re in the UK, how good is this weather 🙂

Ok so for today we’re talking Photoshop training…

Photoshop “Know How” Workshops
I’m really excited to tell you that I’m about to launch a brand new workshop series called: Photoshop “Know How”

In this new workshop aimed at Beginner to Intermediate users I’ll be covering essential Photoshop skills with the first series of workshops focusing on Mastering Selections and The Power of Masks.

I’ll be covering the Tools, Techniques & Tips to get users up to speed taking the mystery and frustration out of some of Photoshop’s most powerful functions.

Each workshop will be 4 hours long, limited to 10 attendees, held at the Office and Conference Room in Bicester, Oxfordshire and priced at just £35pp

The first workshop will be on Sunday 2nd September and I’ll be posting more details and making tickets available in the next few days so to keep up to date and hear all the latest news well in advance, be sure to sign up for my FREE newsletter here [Link]

Netherlands Workshop with Frank Doorhof
Tickets are selling really fast for the combined workshop I’m doing with my Buddy and awesome Fashion Photographer Frank Doorhof over in the Netherlands.

Find out more details of what we’ll be up to for this weekend of workshops (August 26th & 27th) by clicking on this [Link]

Look forward to seeing you there for a fantastic few days of Photography, Photoshop & Socialising 🙂

And finally…
Seeing as the sun is shining here in the UK and the 2012 Olympics are just 1 day away here’s a little more positivity to add to the mix; now go try listening to this and tell me you don’t feel good 🙂

Have a great Thursday and I’ll catch you back here tomorrow,
Enjoy,
Glyn 🙂

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1 Comment

  1. Jonathan Thompson

    Great news about the new workshops, looking forward to them.

    And Baz, loved this years ago, love it more now & funny how it becomes more relevant as the years fly by.

    See you in the Netherlands, can’t wait 🙂

    JT

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