May 9, 2006

Photoshop For Digital Photographers

Digital Photographers that use Photoshop take note- here is an online course just for you. As far as I'm concerned, Scott Kelby is a master of this craft. I have his books and refer to them constantly for my Photoshop tweaking of photos.



PRESS RELEASE: Kelby to Offer 21-Day Online Course 'Photoshop For Digital Photographers'


New 21-Day Online Training Class Offered Only at Photoshoptraining.com

TAMPA, Fla. -- May 9, 2006 -- The National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), the world's leading educational and training resource for Adobe® Photoshop®, has just released Photoshop for Digital Photographers with Scott Kelby, a 21-day online training course on its newly launched training site - http://www.photoshoptraining.com. Featuring the #1 best-selling Photoshop book author and president of NAPP, Scott Kelby, Photoshop for Digital Photographers is an innovative online course for digital photographers to learn how to color correct, sharpen, fix and finish their digital photos at their own pace in the comfort of their home or work place. Learning Photoshop has never been this easy.

In just five minutes a day, Kelby takes online students through a special lesson showing them exactly how use a specific Photoshop feature from start to finish. Each lesson is designed to be quick, easy, and straight to the point, without a bunch of boring theory or confusing jargon. More online classes will be available from Scott Kelby in the coming months. Additionally, classes will be available from Dave Cross and Matt Kloskowski, Kelby's co-hosts of the popular Adobe Photoshop TV podcast (http://www.photoshoptv.com), Adobe Certified Experts, and NAPP instructors.

Pricing for the 21-day class is just $69.99. NAPP members receive a $30 discount paying just $39.99. To become a member of NAPP visit www.photoshopuser.com.

About Photoshoptraining.com

Launched by the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), photoshoptraining.com showcases the most comprehensive Photoshop and digital imaging educational resources available today. It joins the creative line-up of educational resources and products produced by Scott Kelby and the creative team at NAPP, which publishes Photoshop User and Layers magazines, the Photoshop Elements Techniques newsletter; and produces the weekly Adobe Photoshop TV video podcast, the bi-annual Photoshop World Conference & Expo, the one-day Adobe Photoshop Seminar Tour, and a complete line-up of Photoshop books and DVDs. For more information about NAPP go to www.photoshopuser.com or its parent company website www.kwmediagroup.com.