Photoshop Introduction Course Overview

Photoshop Introduction Course - Our Photoshop Introduction Course Content is being revamped and reshaped and although obviously retaining standard features will include many of the new features due for release in June for Photoshop CC...   Photoshop Focus Tool... We thought this would be an appropriate moment to check out the new focus tool which works with in-focus versus out-of-focus Read More

QuarkXpress Training

QuarkXpress dead? Judging by the amount of Quark Training we've been delivering recently we'd have to say that's a bit of a sweeping statement and a definite no.  During May we've delivered more Quark Courses than over the whole of the last six months. The courses have been held in Birmingham, Coventry and Leeds and May has seen us travel to London twice. So what courses have been delivered? - We've done Read More

Adobe Presenter 9 Training Courses

Adobe Presenter 9 Training... Once installed Adobe Presenter 9 provides easy elearning scenario building from directly within PowerPoint.  It harnesses the familiarity of PowerPoint with the power of video and quizzes.   Easy to use it gives you the ability to create, design and publish podcasts, screen casts quickly and easily without moving away from Powerpoint.  Once installed it appears directly on the ribbon Read More

Photoshop Introduction Course

Photoshop Introduction Course... Curve and Learn run Photoshop Training Courses in the Midlands at all levels from Introduction through to Advanced and also specialise in bespoke and custom training.  In a changing world we specialise in creating and designing Photoshop Course content around you including workshops and bespoke training on a one to one basis or for small groups.  We run Photoshop Courses on all versions Read More

Lightroom Training

Lightroom Training... Lightroom Develop... We thought we'd show how beautiful images can be enhanced and retouched using Lightroom.  This beautiful windflower was shot on a cloudy day during April and lacks definition.  This first image is 'as shot' from the camera - the second after a little tweaking using the 'Develop' tab in Read More