Even the best photos need a little touching up to remove red eyes, make the colors pop, and crop out the asteroid that ruined your family vacation. Fix it in editing with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for a beginning and advanced digital-photography course (a $315 value)
- $39 for an Adobe Photoshop CS5 and CS6 training course (a $460 value)
- $69 for a beginning and advanced digital-photography course and an Adobe Photoshop CS5 and CS6 training course (a $649 value)
The beginning and advanced digital-photography combination course walks fledgling DSLR photographers through a wide range of basic topics, such as aperture and depth of field, then moves on to intermediate subject matter, including HDRI, levels and curves, and time-lapse sequences. The beginning course lasts 5 hours and the advanced course lasts 6.5 hours.
During the 25-hour Adobe Photoshop CS5 and CS6 training course, students follow along online with Amadou Diallo, a professional photographer, author, image editor, and teacher. Diallo first imparts basic skills such as image editing, retouching, and blend modes, then moves on to more advanced topics, from vector shapes and smart objects to using Adobe Bridge. When finished, students will have an understanding of the fundamentals of Photoshop CS5 and CS6.
Available on any computer with Internet access and audio output, the in-depth courses move at the student’s own pace. A customer support hotline gives learners added guidance and a second set of ears for practicing dramatic monologues. Students can access their courses any time during the day over a 12-month period.
Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox are required to access the online training material.
This deal's value is based in a different currency than its Groupon purchase price, so the exact discount and amount saved depend on the exchange rate. Your Groupon will still be valid for the course purchased.
61% of 54 customers recommend
“Very easy to follow and lots of little tests along the way to make sure the information is staying in.”