Friday, June 21, 2013
Jessica Sprague.com is turning 6! As part of the birthday celebration starting on Monday, June 24, Jessica Sprague is offering an all-new photo enhancement class, Frame-Ups and Clipping Masks for FREE!
Click to Read More and Sign Up.
In this video-based course, you'll learn how to:
• Add .png frames;
• Add clipping masks to create grungy edges on photos;
• Add multiple clipping masks to create photo collages;
• Add .png word art;
• Add shadowed frames for a realistic look;
• Add Photoshop brushes to photo edges;
• Create a hand-tinted look on a photograph;
• And more!
When you register, you'll get access to a customized classroom page. Here you'll find each lesson posted as it becomes available.
In FIVE video lessons Jessica will show you how to create magic with special techniques that build on one another and are designed to bring your photos to life!
You can stop, rewind, and restart the videos as many times as you want.
You'll receive instructional videos in both Photoshop Elements AND the full version of Photoshop, so if you ever decide to upgrade, you'll automatically have the class for your version!
You'll get free materials to use with your lessons. There will be assigned projects to help you apply the techniques taught.
Interact with Jessica and the other class members on the private class message board. Post your projects to the Sprague Labs private class gallery.
All of the videos will be available forever from your course home page at JessicaSprague.com. No expiration, EVER.
There are no prerequisites to this beginner-level class. You'll need a computer with internet access, and have any version of Photoshop Elements 7+ or Photoshop CS2+ installed. Adobe offers a free 30-day trial of these programs in its latest version,
Jessica Sprague is the founder and lead instructor at JessicaSprague.com. She is a renowned designer, teacher, author, and Photoshop expert with more than 12 years of experience helping others to find their potential in using their computers to tell the stories of their lives. Jessica is the author of four books on Photoshop, mouse-and-paper crafting, and storytelling, and is a former Contributing Editor to Creating Keepsakes magazine.