Adobe Photoshop for Photographers – The Ultimate Post Processing & Editing Course for Beginners

A warm welcome to The Ultimate Post Processing & Editing Course for Beginners and to Section 2 – Adobe Photoshop for Photographers. I hope you are ready to dramatically improve your Photoshop skills because with what is about the come, that is guaranteed. So, what will you learn? Here is a brief summary:

What Will I Learn?

  • What layer masks and layers are, and how they work
  • Handy Photoshop shortcuts, and how to create your own shortcuts
  • Incredible sharpening techniques, and dramatic blurring techniques
  • How to create your own customized brush allowing you to paint snowflakes, stars, clouds, leaves, …
  • Numerous sunlight techniques
  • How Digital Blending and Panoramas work in Photoshop
  • I could honestly keep going and going…

Photoshop is a complex program with endless possibilities. As a team, you and I will explore the fundamental tools, techniques, tricks & tips of it all.

By the end of this section, you will be able to work fluidly, as a real pro, through the many tools and techniques we will discover.

This will prepare you to move onto the final section – section 3, where the actual in-depth post processing & editing of this course will happen.

An honest review and rating is always appreciated and will help me to make any necessary improvements for the course, as well helping to get more people involved, so they too can benefit from the beauty of photography. Many thanks!

Course Curriculum


Jellis Vaes

Artist. Entrepreneur. Adventurer.

Jellis Vaes is an artist, entrepreneur, and adventurer. At the age of 18, he left his home after having suffered from severe loneliness and suicidal thoughts for six years. Over the next three years, he traveled around the world on his own. Along that journey, he mastered his photography skills while traveling through various lands in all kinds of weather and physical conditions.


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