Discovering Photoshop on the iPad, Dec 1
Dec 1, 5-6:30p
Photoshop on your iPad is here and getting better each day! Get on the Ground Floor learning this new app in its early days while its list of features is manageable. Dan helps you understand the organization and the layout of what promises to be one of our key photographic apps. Scroll down for the specific details of this class.
One of Dan's most popular online training options is the Small Group Session in which 2-5 participants interact with questions, screen sharing and conversation with Dan and each other using Zoom to connect. An efficient and affordable for those who enjoy group learning. Ask questions and get the individual attention that's missing in a Webinar. Class time is listed in the Eastern Time zone out of Dan's studio in Palenville, New York.
You will receive confirmation by email with information on how to sign into Dan's virtual classroom.
Getting to Know Photoshop on iPad
In this online class, you’ll learn the strengths and weaknesses of Photoshop on iPad, freeing you up to be as creative as possible. We’ll banish uncertainties and technical sand traps.
- Whether you use the desktop version of Photoshop or not, you’ll be thrilled with Photoshop on your iPad
- Get to know your way around the Layers Panel — and learn what you can’t do (yet!) in your iPad version
- Use your keyboard and Apple Pencil like a Ninja
- Discover the keyboard shortcuts that free you from drudgery without being geeky
- Master the Tool Panel (and learn which of your old favorite tools are missing)
- Learn how to enjoy Touch Shortcuts and Gestures in Photoshop on iPad
You are encouraged to work on demo images provided by Dan using your own version of Photoshop on iPad. Ideally, you can view the online Zoom session on a Mac or PC while you work along on your iPad with Photoshop; this makes it much easier to both follow Dan’s demonstration and use Photoshop on your iPad.
A video of the entire session will be provided afterwards so you can review any part of the session that wasn’t perfectly clear.