In the future I’m thinking of hosting a couple of webinars but before I do, I just wondered if I could ask for your help; let me explain…
Regular readers of this blog will know that I run my own workshops which include half a day of photography in the studio followed by half a day of Photoshop retouching and compositing techniques, and what”s interesting is that I’ve received a number of emails asking if I do my workshop abroad.
It’s early days with the workshop but if all works out well and it continues to be well received then taking it abroad is something I’d love to do but with my feet firmly on the ground I wouldn’t even consider that until it’d had enough time to develop.
Now this leads me onto this subject of Webinars…
What I’d like to do is to run a couple of webinars in the near future which would cover some of my photoshop work (Retouching and Compositing), choosing one image for each session and then running through each and every step to achieve the final look.
However, before I go ahead and put some dates in the diary I just wanted to get your opinion on a few points, so wondered if you could do me a huge favour and answer the following questions for me…
- Do you think a webinar covering retouching and compositing techniques would be a good thing to do and why?
- If you were to pay for a webinar such as I’m suggesting, what would you consider a reasonable price?
- What time of day do you think would be best?
- Would you like the option to download the webinar once the ‘live’ viewing has passed?
- Thinking of how long each webinar would be, how long would be too long?
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