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Intro to Photoshop

  • InterUrban ArtHouse 8001 Conser Street Suite 290 Overland Park, Kansas 66204 (map)

In this class you will learn how to utilize the basic photographic tools inside Adobe Photoshop including Image Adjustments, how to understand Layers, and how to work with simple type overlays. We will also cover very basic touch-up tools such as cropping, cloning and healing. Kim will spend some time helping you understand the Photoshop user interface and how to navigate it from the perspective of a photographer.

You should attend this class if you’re interested in learning how to use Photoshop to edit your photographs or if you’re frustrated with Photoshop‘s interface and need some help understanding how to use it correctly. Amateur and professional photographers welcome as well as those who are just simply interested in learning how to use this powerful image editing tool.

If you do not wish to bring your computer, it’s okay but come prepared to take notes. If you do bring a computer, you will be encouraged to import and work on some images during the class.

$47 per class or $80 for both!

Both Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom have FREE 30 day trials you can download from The instructor recommends you download them at least 2 days before the class and make sure you computer can open the files. You must bring your computer and some images to either class. It is recommended that you bring your images in RAW format on a card and your card reader or camera.

Kimberly Beer

Kim has over 20 years experience as a professional photographer. Her commercial work has been featured in multiple magazines, advertisements and marketing campaigns. Her fine art work has been featured at galleries across the country. Kim has been teaching Lightroom and Photoshop classes for five years. Her instruction concentrates on teaching students on practical applications for these two incredibly powerful photographic resources.

Click here to view her website!

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