Beginner’s Bootcamp™ Photoshop Workshop

* This class takes place on October 7, at 8:30pm eastern time. *

Sign up now to reserve your spot. This class may sell out prior to class.

If you’re new to Photoshop or feel like you need a navigator in order to do anything with it, this class can help you get started while using the most powerful editing tools available.

Contact the help desk for questions concerning this class.


Product Description

In this two-hour “Beginner’s Bootcamp”Erin Peloquin teaches you how to get something out of Photoshop. Learn the most essential tools, the interface, and the how to start editing your photos. If you are confused by cropping, scared by layers, and masking makes you want to give up on Photoshop – you need this class! This interactive class will lay a foundation for future Photoshop learning and help you feel more confident with editing.

We will provide notes for you to refer back to after class.

The cost is $99.95 per person for a 2 hour live group training session.

Once purchased, there are no refunds. Please see the Workshop FAQs and Terms of Service for training details, cancellation policies, and how remote desktop sharing works. Also note that classes have a minimum of 8 participants, and a maximum of 15. Once a class fills, Erin will take it off the class calendar and registration will be closed.


Our online workshops are taught using Go To Meeting software. There is no additional charge for you to use this program. You will need a telephone (normal long distance rates apply) or a microphone/speakers where you can listen and interact with the class. If you have speakers but no microphone, you will only be able to listen, and can use the chat window to ask questions. Visit to learn the Internet and system requirements.


- Photoshop CS2, CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6 or CC


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