If you are looking for Photoshop training to help you with your teaching or your own photography it will pay you to look at Adobe’s own training programmes and software by logging into the Adobe web site. By looking at Adobe training before you look for other photoshop training you may save yourself some money. Other than information about all of the Adobe products you will find also find help topics. The help topics are updated at regular intervals and can be downloaded. Some of the information available includes support pages, user forums, tips and tutorials and training.
In the learning resource section you will find a whole range of resources to help you to learn and understand all of the Adobe range. There are tutorials that help by giving short step – by – step lessons on a range of topics. There are also Adobe training video workshop CDs. These are professional training videos produced by experts in the photoshop training field.
The Help system also includes a number of step – by – step tutorials on important features of photoshop. These tutorials can be downloaded and printed for use at a later date. I have used some of the resources from the Adobe site myself as the basis for teaching a photoshop lesson, and can recommend them.
One of the resources that you may find helpful is the Adobe user forum. Here users share tips; share how they have solved problems, ask questions of each other and find out in general how others are coping with the photoshop software and getting the most out of it. The Adobe forums can be found on the main support page of the Adobe web site and are available in a number of languages.
My advice is to look at the Adobe website before you spend money on Photoshop training. There is a wealth of tips and techniques that you can learn before you start spending your money, and the site is quite often updated.