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  • cricket1961
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    Pma 2010

    Next year PMA is going to be moving out of Las Vegas and heading to Anaheim California.

    If you are in the area and have enjoyed the webinars on Beauty Retouching come in.

    I will be teaching a Beauty Retouch class that goes start to finish similar to the webinar class but you get to work on the image at the same time.

    The class is on February 21st, which is a Sunday if it makes it easier!

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