Why you need Photoshop training - no matter what
There is only one word to describe Adobe Photoshop-amazing. That is exactly the word I used the first time I saw graphic artists use Photoshop to edit and composite digital images for a feature-length animated film in 1995. I said it was amazing then, and it's even more amazing today. If you're a student with a few elective credit hours to fill, enroll in Photoshop training at your school as soon as you can. It doesn't matter if you're not planning to pursue a career as a graphic designer. All professionals today, no matter what field they specialize in, can add tremendous power and value to their work by learning the fundamentals of image editing and compositing with Adobe Photoshop software.
You may be thinking to yourself, "I want to be a dentist-why should I go to the trouble of taking a Photoshop training course?" I'll tell you why: Do an Internet search for "Photoshop" + "dentists." That's what I just did and I got over 100,000 hits telling me why dentists love Photoshop. No matter what field you're working in or what career path you plan to pursue, there is a very high probability that Photoshop training will help you rise to the top of your profession in a way that no other software application can. I encourage you to do an Internet search for your specific career field, hobby, or area of interest. Are you an aspiring archaeologist? Thirty-five thousand hits.
One site I visited is dedicated to assisting archaeologists in Central America and Mexico. They ask visitors to participate by donating computer equipment, software, cameras, and books on Meso-American archaeology. What software can they use? "Major software," they say, "especially Adobe Photoshop." I don't mean to belabor the point, but this is turning out to be fun. Let me challenge you just one last time. Think of the least plausible connection that comes to mind. What profession would you not expect to find many hits for if you typed it next to "Photoshop" in a search engine? Think of one profession on the planet in which practitioners have no practical application for Photoshop software. No need for Photoshop training. No reason to sign up for Photoshop training. I'm waiting for your answer.
still waiting. Could the answer be "hairdresser"? Not by a long shot-34,000 hits. I clicked on one of them. It turned out to be a customer review of Photoshop 6 written by a hairdresser in San Francisco. The hairdresser wrote that she was "thrilled with Photoshop 6." And although I didn't read far enough into the article to find out how she uses Photoshop in her particular profession, it doesn't matter very much for my present purposes. Anyone who wants to establish an Internet presence for her business can build a more professional web site by learning Photoshop. Now that covers every career field. Sign up today for Photoshop training. No matter what career field you're in, Photoshop training can help you be all that you can be.
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