Adobe Photoshop Courses

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Adobe Photoshop Training

 Adobe Photoshop Training from New Horizons Wisconsin

Adobe Photoshop is the industry-standard image editing software, and is used worldwide by photographers and graphic designers to perfect their digital images. If you work in the graphics field, learning Adobe Photoshop is a prerequisite. With courses and training from New Horizons Wisconsin, you can learn the skills to become a Photoshop expert.

Adobe Photoshop lets you enhance, retouch, and manipulate photographs and other images. Photoshop allows you to transform your images to the workings of your imagination and showcase them for the world to see.

If you are a photographer, graphic, or web designer, learning how to use Adobe Photoshop is a must! Whether you are new to Photoshop or a seasoned user, Adobe Photoshop courses at New Horizons Wisconsin will provide you will valuable tips and tricks to improve efficiency and make your work come to life.

Adobe Photoshop Course Topics

  • Understanding and working with Layers
  • Enhance images with paint and filters
  • Perform color adjustments
  • Work with vector paths
  • Automating tasks

Adobe Photoshop Training from New Horizons Wisconsin

 Class Pass Flex-Accounts

CREATE A FLEX-ACCOUNT AND SAVE UP TO 25% ON ALL CLASSES, CERTIFICATIONS, AND CLASSROOM RENTALS.

You can now purchase Class Pass Units (CPUs) and assign them to Training Flex Accounts for individuals or teams.

CPUs can be redeemed for use in all public or private, technical, and applications training, including certifications and classroom rentals. Example: A Microsoft 5-day Tech class would require 30 CPUs for enrollment.

!How to Purchase
  • To purchase Pre-Paid Class Passes, set up Flex-Account(s), or learn more about our Class Pass Flex-Accounts, just email us at Account Manager.

1INDIVIDUAL

SAVE $825

Price: $4,675

Savings: 15%

CPUs: 55

2INDIVIDUAL PLUS

SAVE $1,700

Price: $6,800

Savings: 20%

CPUs: 85

3TEAM

SAVE $2,875

Price: $8,625

Savings: 25%

CPUs: 115