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Also available as a distanced learning course taught one-to-one via Zoom

Learn Photoshop with The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Photoshop

give your photographs a professional finish and learn how to restore old and damaged pictures

ultimate beginners guide to photoshop

Learn Photoshop with Professional Photographer Daniel James.

  • How long is the course?

    The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Photoshop Course is taught over 1 day, over a 6 hour time period which includes a break for lunch.

  • How much is the course?

    The cost of the course is £150, this can also be purchased as a Gift Voucher.

  • Where is the course taught?

    The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Photoshop course is taught at our Kinver Shop (near Stourbridge in the West Midlands), utilising the beautiful surrounding countryside and picturesque views of Kinver Edge (where time, weather and accessibility allow).

  • What will you learn about?

    • All the essential Tools
    • How to use Layers
    • Shapes & Objects
    • Utilising Text
    • Photo Restoration
    • Actions
    • and more…
  • Distance Learning

    If you are unable to get to our Kinver Shop we are pleased to offer a Zoom based version of the course, taught via webcam, which still features all the same information and practicals as the in-person version but allows you to be in the comfort of your own home.

  • Practical Learning

    A carefully created blend of traditional lecture based teaching combined with hands-on practicals throughout the course allows you to instantly put into action what you’ve just learned. We also include a ‘goody bag’ of items to continue practicing what you’ve learned at home when the course is complete.

  • One-on-One Teaching

    One-to-one teaching gives you the freedom to ask questions and learn at your own pace, ensuring that you understand everything you’re being taught.

  • Certificate of Completion

    Proudly present your Certificate of Completion which you receive at the end of the course.

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