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  • I gave my first photoshop classes!

    This year we have been giving photoshop classes to supplement are slowest time of the year which is Jan - Mar. and I must say I am not sure why I haven't done this sooner.

    The classes are for professional photographers, and so far I have had a very good response.

    Has any one else done the same?

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    Tell us more about the format: Are you renting a room full of computers for hand-on type classes? Books only? Is this an entry-level type offering? How did you decide on topics to cover?

    Curious minds want to know.



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