Draper, UTUSA 84020
February 3, 2014
Truthfully, not much. I have always loved to take pictures as a way to archive my life, but the extent of my expertise ends with my Cannon digital snapshot camera (now a dinosaur) and my smartphone (and I don't even do that well). I have always possessed a desire to learn and do more with photography, though. I greatly admire professional photography and would LOVE to be able to produce images of such quality myself. My husband surprised me with an awesome Nikon camera for Christmas (which I haven't even pulled out of the box…yet) and when I came across this workshop, I knew it was fate! I want to learn EVERYTHING!!! I would especially love to learn tips on capturing nature, especially water… like keeping the shutter open (I am sure that sounds so lame to you, ha)!
My experience in Photoshop: admiring the Photoshop ability of my friends! This workshop is for beginners, right?!? That is truly the category I fall into! I hope this is right for me! I would like to learn all of the objectives listed in your description of this class.
My name is Julie Money and I am above all a wife and a mom to 3 kids ages 14, 10 and 6. I am a proud Utah native and one of my favorite pastimes is exploring our state in various ways with my family. I also enjoy physical fitness & a good book!
Erik, I just have to say that I was very disappointed in this class that I was so looking forward to. First of all, let me say, that I think you are a very nice and personable man…and I would add patient to that description, too. However, I feel that I did not even come CLOSE to getting my money's worth out of the workshop today. I the very description of this workshop, it plainly states that the material in this course would be useful to users of both Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. I, as I am sure you remember, had Photoshop Elements and I did not feel that the material was useful in the least. I want to be completely honest and I hope you don't take this personally, but rather as constructive feedback for future workshops. It was more than apparent that neither you nor Carly had any knowledge of how to operate Photoshop Elements. You even admitted that you only know 10% of Photoshop and that you learned just by "poking around."