(Photoshop Week 2015) Break Bad Photoshop Habits [4 MP4, 1 PDF]
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There are lots of ways to use Photoshop - some are effective and some are...not so much. Are you ready to explore how you could be using Photoshop faster, better, and smarter?
Photoshop Week 2015 Home Page: www.creativelive.com/bundle/photoshop-week-2015
One of the biggest events in photography is coming back to CreativeLive - get ready to learn from the industry's best during Photoshop Week 2015 - February 23 - 28th!
Break Bad Photoshop Habits
with Dave Cross
Course Home Page: www.creativelive.com/courses/break-bad-photoshop-habits-dave-cross
Release date: February 2015
In Break Bad Photoshop Habits, Dave Cross reveals the typical bad habits that hold Photoshop users back. You'll learn how to work with images non-destructively and how to avoid erasing, merging, and flattening. If you're ready to take your image editing to the next level, this is the course for you.
Author: Dave Cross
For 25 years, Dave Cross has been helping photographers and creative professionals get the most out of their Adobe software. Since1987, Dave has taught Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign to thousands of users around the world. He has a Bachelor of Education, is an Adobe Certified Instructor in Photoshop CS6 and is a Certified Technical Trainer. Dave has taught for Adobe, at Photoshop World, the Texas School of Photography, the Santa Fe Workshops, Imaging USA and at numerous corporate locations. Dave has written many articles and several books, co-hosted Photoshop User TV and has appeared in many DVDs and online courses for Kelby Training and udemy.com. He runs Dave Cross Workshops in his own studio/workshop space in Tampa, FL. Over the last 13 years, Dave has taught Photoshop in every state in the United States, throughout Canada and in Europe, consistently earning rave reviews. Dave is well-known for his engaging style, his humor and his ability to make complex topics easy to understand. In 2009 Dave was inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame.