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This in-depth Photoshop training bootcamp is now only $29

Master Adobe’s renowned image editing software with lifetime access to over 20 hours of hands-on instructional content.
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May 10, 2018
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Few editing tools are as ubiquitous as Photoshop, and, whether you're a photographer or graphic designer, you'll likely need to master it if you plan on making it in the creative field. While Photoshop is known for its steep learning curve, you can get a grip on the essentials with the Complete Photoshop Mastery Bundle, on sale for $29.

Regardless of your experience level, this eight-course collection is designed to teach you Photoshop, as well as photography and Lightroom, so you can start producing better images. From light effects and styling to composition and color grading, you'll familiarize yourself with design cornerstones and learn how to leverage this tool to its full potential.

You'll even get access to a course in portrait photography, showing you the fundamentals of editing portraits in Photoshop so you can turn them around for a pretty penny all on your own.

The Complete Photoshop Mastery Bundle normally retails for $1,210, but it's available today for $29, more than 90 percent off the usual price.


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