One of the reasons many of us have switched from film photos to digital photos is because we’ve heard it’s possible to edit them—to make them better!
Editing photos . . . hmmmm. How exactly do you do that? What software should you use? What’s it mean when you go to crop and you have to decide on the resolution? Is it actually possible to brighten up a dark photo or sharpen a blurry one? If you’ve been meaning to figure all of this out, now’s the time.
My buddy Lynn Weber’s Beginning Photo Editing class starts Monday, February 16, at Get It Scrapped! and she’s already answering questions in the class forum and sharing a “Getting Ready” lesson that tells you how to get a free trial version of Photoshop Elements installed and set up so that you’re good to go when class begins. If you’ve never taken an online class, this is a great one to start with. Lynn will post lessons 3 times per week. The lessons are pdf files with step-by-step instructions and screen shots from Photoshop Elements. You may download, print, and follow these lessons at your own convenience then post questions and photos in the private class forum and gallery to get answers and feedback from Lynn.