Photoshop One on One
Wouldn’t it be great to ask a question?
There is a huge wealth of information available related to using Adobe Photoshop. Type “photoshop tutorials” into Google and you’ll get over nine million results, and those are just the videos! While a great deal be learned from reading how-to’s and watching video tutorials, I feel there is something important missing, the ability to ask a question at the moment of need.
I believe working together in real time can improve skills retention and can save time by getting right to the learner’s specific issue. Imagine being able to set up a learning session to discuss a specific need in your unique project or maybe there’s a tool or function whose usefulness isn’t readily apparent but could end up saving you tons of time down the road. This is why I created Photoshop One on One training.
How does it work?
When you sign up for a session you’ll be asked what specific issues and/or goals you have for our session. I also encourage you to send ahead any images that you want to work with during our session. Having this information will allow me to be ready to get going as soon as our session starts.
We will connect via Google Meet (or other service if you prefer) to share screens and work together using your version of Photoshop. The session will be recorded so you can have it to review at anytime.
What does it cost?
Sessions are available in 30 minute blocks. In most cases we should be able to tackle your request within 30 minutes. However, if you have a more in-depth issue or have a list of areas on which you would like to focus we can keep going up to an hour and I can charge just $45 for the two sessions. If you’re not sure, please feel free to reach out to me and I can provide my opinion on the time needed.
30 minute sessions are $25.00 (USD)
Payment can be made via credit cards, Paypal, or Venmo. After your session you will receive an invoice for the amount.
How do I get started?
When you’re ready to set up your One on One session simply fill out the form below. After choosing a date and time for your session, you will be asked to provide your version of Photoshop, whether you are on Windows or Mac, and a description of the topic(s) you want to cover.
If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to me.