Learn to create, organize and share professional-looking images using Adobe’s Photoshop Elements. This hands-on class covers Elements’ three basic workplaces: the Welcome screen, the Organizer, and the Editor, which is used for common tasks such as cropping, straightening, correcting brightness and contrast, and removing red-eye. Basic computer skills are necessary. Class size is limited to 12. Laptops provided. Sorry, no discounts apply.
Rod Patterson, professional photographer
This class meets every week on Tuesday for four weeks.
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