1 on 1 Personal Instruction


Why waste hours of hours digging through internet articles for answers that may or may not work? Sign up for one of my online workshops today and I'll teach you all of the skill sets required to start editing some great photos right away.

We will work online through a Google+ Video Seminar allowing you to see exactly what I'm doing and follow along at home as I provide you with the skill sets you need and the theory behind why you need them.

If you are interested shoot me an email at Workshops@DaveMorrowPhotography.com with the title "1 on 1 Instruction" and we will set up your lesson plan and schedule a time slot to start learning.

I know some of you out there would rather just learn on your own, that's why I provide my Star Photography Post Processing Video Tutorials as well:)

To see some examples of the post processing techniques you can learn in a standard class, check out my Post Processing: Before & After page.


Online Post Processing Instruction

Cost

  • 200$ for up to 120 minutes of instruction. 

Class Options

I provided the classes below but can also design a specific lesson plan which caters to your exact needs!
  • Introduction to Photoshop 101: Beginner Class only: Always been intimidated by Photoshop? Don't worry, it's not that bad, the program is actually very friendly upon learning a few simple tools and tricks. In this course we will go through some basic functions such as masks, curves, levels and some manual blending. This course also covers a bunch of cool beginner tricks that will take your pictures to the next level.
  • Star Photography Post Processing: Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced Class: My full star photography post processing workflow will be covered in our session together.
  • Luminosity Masking Techniques & Photoshop Actions: This class requires Photoshop CS4 or above.  I will cover my full luminosity masking workflow from beginning to end, teaching you all the tips & tricks used along the way.

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