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Free Classes at Photoshop Week on CreativeLIVE

By judywang on February 21st 2013

For the first time ever, CreativeLive is hosting a week-long Photoshop conference with Photoshop and Lightroom tutorials streaming live for free from February 25 – March 2. The set-up of their broadcast, with 2 channels running simultaneously, will not only make for an exciting week with a ton of classes, but also one where you’ll get stuck deciding between them.

While they offer many options for learning retouching techniques, I’m personally looking forward to classes such as Creative Compositing, Intermediate and Advanced Actions, Combining Photos and Vectors, and Practical Video Editing. Also, because some of my picks run concurrently, I’m still wrestling between Work Smarter, Work Faster vs. Mastering Blending Modes; as well as Miracle Enhancing vs. Thinking Outside the Box.

[Rewind: SLR Lounge Vintage Photoshop Actions]

Meet the Instructors


I’ve always been a fan of CreativeLive because of their quality content, hi-tech delivery and interactive format (you can ask your instructors questions via the live chat feature), and ability to draw top notch instructors to their roster. For this event, we’ll be hearing from 12 world-class gurus.

Watch this video to hear more from the instructors:

CreativeLive also offers the option to purchase “anytime access” for one or all the classes from this event, which many with scheduling conflicts will consider a welcome benefit.

To register for free to this event or learn more about the class schedule, please visit Happy learning!

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Judy Sera Wang is a fashion, product and portrait photographer. To see her work, please visit When she is not writing for or shooting for clients, you can find her singing, hiking, or traveling.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Basit Zargar


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  2. Bryan Curtis

    I don’t see anything Lightroom related as your article mentions. Am I missing it?
    I dont use photoshop but I do have Lightroom

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