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    Learning more with every "click" mjs1973's Avatar
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    PS seminars

    Anyone ever attend a Photoshop seminar? There is one in Milwakee this month that looks like it might be pretty interesting for $99. A couple coworkers/photographers are going to it, and it made me think about going myself. Anyone have any experience with this type of thing and if so, did you find it worth while?

    Here is the link to the seminar.

    http://www.photoshopseminars.com/schedule.html
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    Re: PS seminars

    My old employer sent me to a Barry Haynes Photoshop workshop. It was an eye-opener, and inspiration, and one of the best educational things I've ever done. I think you should go. The real power of Photoshop is in masked adjustment layers. I use them on 99% of the photos I show the public.
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    Re: PS seminars

    Thanks for the input PJ. I have been doing some work with masking and adjustment layers at work for the last 2 weeks. I haven't had anything else to do, so why not teach myself something I can use at home, as well as work.
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