Intro to Photoshop Elements Oct. 28 & 29 with Scott Willams


OCT 28-29| 9:30 AM – 4 PM



15615 Coit Road, Suite 230, Dallas, Texas 75248

Call 972-233-1223 to register


Intro to Photoshop Elements – Learning the basics of Photoshop Elements. This class is designed with the beginner in mind, where you will learn how to import, tag and organize your images. then how to adjust the color, crop, size, clone and erase. You will learn how to work with layers, curves and levels to get the look that you desire. You will learn about adding text, sharpening and the use of tools and filters. Then how to save the images in the format best suited to your needs. This will be a hands on class with plenty of opportunities to ask questions.



Growing up in a small town America in upstate New York produces a strong urge to leave and explore the world, which is something that I have been doing ever since. Graduating from UTA with a business degree showed me that I wasn’t cutout for the usual road that most people travel. So I went in search of a career that fit my personality and lifestyle, photography. Where it went from being a student at Richland college in Dallas and manifested itself into becoming the instructor. My wife and I now teach photography and painting workshops via our Art Treks company. Some of our destinations have included: Tuscany, Paris, Cinque Terre, Provence, Santa Fe, Greece, Spain, New Orleans and Lake Como, along with numerous other exciting future locations.

Since starting on my chosen path, I have traveled around the glove visiting 24 countries along the way. I use the camera to explore the world around me and to capture a moment in time that has some significance for me.

So many times photographers talk about the quality of light, the presentation of a vision or some other spiritual interpretation surrounding their photography and reason for doing it. Which can all be legitimate and profound, however for me it is much simpler, I have no choice, it is a labor of love.

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