Up until now I have only been able to do desktop sharing with PC users. My big announcement is that I now can do remote desktop sharing with Mac users as well. I am purchasing special software that makes this possible. So all of you Mac users who I have been turning down, contact me right away to get on my schedule for this brand new way of training. PC users, I will be using this software for your trainings too.
Here are some details about the training – click on my training logo to go to my site and learn more details.
MCP Training is one-one-one training conducted using the phone and and remote desktop sharing. Through application sharing, I will teach you Photoshop. You will see step by step how I use Photoshop to enhance photos. As we go through topics, you will have the opportunity to practice techniques while I watch and guide you .I train professional and amateur photographers, online store owners, scrap-bookers, and more.
MCP Training is customized to your skill level, specific needs and interests. Here are a list of some of the many areas I can train you in:
Intro to Photoshop: overview of the program, menus, icons, tools and basic editing
Basic Photo Enhancements: sharpening, color popping, adding contrast and more to take your photos from good to great. This includes USM sharpening, high pass sharpening, defogging, curves, levels, hue/saturation, color balance, using layers and more
Intermediate Editing Skills: Learning how to use layers and layer masks, adjustment layers and blending modes
Conversions: Black and white, selective colorization, color pop, using lab color and channel mixers, gradient maps, vintage color and more
Advanced Portrait Enhancements: Minimize wrinkles, lighten dark circles under the eyes, make blemishes vanish, smooth skin, add digital makeup, fix color casts and skin tone
Magical Editing: Extracting items, cloning, head swaps, replacing backgrouns, and other amazing Photoshop tricks
Finishing Touches: Learn to create borders and frames, collages and montages, storyboards, templates, adding logos and making watermarks, using the brush tool, pattern tool, and text
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