Creative Photography classroom workshop with Perfect Photo Suite 8 in Phoenix wrap-up

What a great class and group of students Christine Hauber and I had this past weekend when we taught Perfect Photo Suite 8 from onOne Software during our Creative Photography Classroom Workshop in North Phoenix.

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Over the course of 2 days I taught the most important functions and features of Perfect Photo Suite 8. Students were given a selection of my photos to work on and follow along in the class. I gave examples on how to use each of the modules in PPS8 while Christine walked around helping the students and answering questions. A bunch of time was set aside for one-on-one instruction from us both as students worked on enhancing their own photos.

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In this class our students learned how to browse their photo collection, quickly enhance their photos that had exposure or color balance issues, they learned how to work in layers, add special effects and textures to their photos, how to enhance facial details in portraits, how to replace boring skies in their landscape photos, resize their photos for the web and print, and much more.

Here are some of the testimonials from the students we received after this class:

Other than the folks at onOne, I am confident that no one knows more about the actual use of the software.

I enjoyed the experience and would want to have another one.

Great job – especially with patience. Some of my/our questions were repeats, but I greatly appreciate your patience and re-education where needed.

Now I will be able to edit my photos in a way that leads to so many new possibilities. Thank you!

It exceeded my expectations. Getting 16 hours of instruction from two knowledgable photographer/software/comunicators for less than $20 an hour is a real bargain.

We will be teaching this course again this summer in Santa Fe, NM and back in Phoenix, AZ in the fall. Keep an eye out on my website for dates and registration. You can also subscribe to my email and this blog by using the forms on the upper right of this page.

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