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  • Category Archives Photoshop

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    That's right game---it's official. I'm heading to London to bring one of our most popular Photoshop tours. Here are the details: What: My Photoshop For Photographers Tour When: Friday, October 15th Where: The Business Design Centre, Islington Registration: Only $149 (US) (or just $129 US if you're a NAPP member) Why: Because I love Swingin' London baby, yeah! My thanks go to UK-based NAPP Evangelist Dave Clayton, who got this all started with a letter-to-the-editor that I saw in Photoshop Creative magazine, and who subsequently started a Facebook group about getting us over to London again---read the original post here (though it has blossomed into something much bigger than that). Anyway----Hey Dave---it worked! :-) For more details, or to sign up for my London seminar (seating is limited), click right here. Hope to see you in person in Swingin' London! :-) P.S. Dave has…

    For those of you who have ever been to one of my live seminars, you know how seriously I take the 'end of seminar' evaluation forms, where you share your comments and thoughts on the day. I read every single evaluation form myself and my goal is to use your feedback to make my next seminar better. I really listen to what you're saying, and I made changes to my New York seminar based on what I read in your comments the week before. I also hear lots of feedback during the day itself, about what people want me to cover, or are hoping I'll cover later in the day, or problems they're having, and I thought I'd combine both to share something people have been asking about; discuss a few Lightroom specific things that are causing confusion with users, and give you some…

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