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January 28: Photoshop Boot Camp

Photoshop is a great tool for enhancing photos, painting pictures, sketching/coloring ideas, and designing with precision. In this incredible one-day workshop, you will learn the following topics:

  • Introduction to Photoshop (Raster vs Vector Graphics)
  • Sizing Images (Print vs Screen)
  • The Photoshop Three Method (Brushes, Menus, Layers)
  • Working with Brushes (History, Clone, Heal, Background Eraser)
  • Menu – Image Adjustments (Levels vs Curves)
  • Working with Selections
  • Working with Layers

World renowned instructor A.J. Wood will be leading this workshop. A.J. is an Adobe Community Professional and has been an active member of the arts & technology community for over 15 years. He has been published in Photoshop User Magazine the leading publication for image enthusiasts, and featured on & PSD Tuts+. Each week he publishes video tutorials on YouTube, and writes articles about various software tools on his blog.

Register Today:


* January 28, 2012
* 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
* Pizza lunch provided

Door Prizes:

* Perfect Photo Suite 6 by onOne Software will be given away to one attendee
* other giveaways TBA


* $79 for the workshop

Contact Information for Your Instructor, A.J. Wood:

* Website –
* Weekly YouTube videos –
* Daily Adobe Tips –

We recommend that you check out the You Tube videos to get a feel for what you will learn!

8 Responses

  1. Cindy Amato

    Hi, Workshop sounds great. I assume it’s in Texas, based on this being posted in Dallas UPA site? Def can’t travel down for it unfortunately. 🙁 I don’t suppose you have an online webinar version of it? I’m up in Virginia.

    1. Terry, this class is great for beginners and experienced professionals. AJ will show you the basics, tips & tricks, and ways to use this tool with other products. Beginners will get alot from the class. Experienced folks will also learn tips & tricks.

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