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Questions from the WWUG
Photoshop, WACOM, and echolabs
Questions from the WWUG kicks off the New Year with some great questions and answers to many of the problems that frustrate you content creators. Im Ready to Learn
Russ, a new user to the Adobe Photoshop WWUG asks, "I want to learn Photoshop, are there any classes I can take? I live in the Cleveland, Ohio area."
I dont know of any specific classes in your area Russ, but you should always start with the community and area colleges and universities. They usually offer some course (or two) that covers Photoshop. If you dont want to pay those high tuition fees you can always teach yourself.
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There are many great books on learning Adobe Photoshop. Probably the best is the Adobe Photoshop Classroom in a Book series. This is a series that has been around for quite a while, and every update to the software will generally result in a new edition of the book. The good thing is that the newer books do not pick up from where the old ones left off. Each book is written with the assumption that you have no prior knowledge of the program. The Classroom in a Book series contains a great deal of information about Photoshop and all of the functions found in the program. These lessons come directly from Adobes official training and certification program. In addition to teaching you about the program, each lesson looks specifically at how to achieve desired results, such as creating web images, compressing for the web, as well as designing for print. Ive used this series as a reference for my students who are learning the program, and I would recommend it as a good start for you.
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