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    Free absolute beginners course available at Udemy

    Hi everyone,

    I've just released a series of 10 videos at 5 minutes each about the absolute basics of image editing at this link: https://www.udemy.co...rc=sac&kw=enhan

    This is not a course about how to use any one bit of software. It just covers the basic processes & in what order you would do them with just about any image editing program. The majority of the videos use Photoshop Elements but I also use Affinity Photo and Pixelmator.

    *Ahem!* - this course does not recommend any one bit of software over another. The very basic stuff I show was selected because the course is for those people who come to an advanced image editing program with all its buttons and don't know where to start. It aims to show you what sort of things you should be starting out with. It's for people who have ever said something like:

    'I want to improve my photos. I've looked at one or two programs like Photoshop but all of them are just a confusing mass of buttons. Where do I even begin to understand what to do?'

    Thanks for your time & I hope the lessons prove to be of use to as many of you as possible.

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    Re: Free absolute beginners course available at Udemy

    Have you tried it? What are the results?
    I'm looking for some online courses since IRL are too expensive for me now.

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