Apex, NC (PRWEB) June 11, 2013
JessicaSprague.com announced today a new photo editing class, Photo Enhancement 1: Frame Ups & Clipping Masks. The new class, the first in a two-part photo enhancement series, will be offered for free during the JessicaSprague.com sixth birthday celebration beginning June 24, 2013.
Renowned author, crafter, and Photoshop expert Jessica Sprague will guide class participants through five photo editing projects, teaching how to add frames, brushes, textures and other special effects to photos using either Photoshop or Photoshop Elements.
“Adding frames and edges to photos is a popular subject because everyone takes photos. I’ll be showing simple ways to enhance photos for printing or posting online, and with five projects to create, there’s something for everyone,” says Sprague.
Photo Enhancement 1: Frame Ups & Clipping Masks includes:
Class participants will also have access to the JessicaSprague.com mentors to answer questions or provide additional instruction if needed.
There are no prerequisites to this beginner-level class. Class participants will need a computer with internet access, and have any version of Photoshop Elements 7+ or Photoshop CS2+ installed. Adobe offers a free 30-day trial of these programs in its latest version.
JessicaSprague.com is the leading website offering online classes and products for digital crafters. Founded in 2007 by world-renowned crafter, scrapbooker, instructor and author Jessica Sprague, JessicaSprague.com provides professionally designed, video-based online classes in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements for customers interested in learning about digital scrapbooking, photo editing, mouse-and-paper crafting, and more.
The site's mission is to provide instruction, inspiration, and products to help people grow their skills, beautify their lives, and enhance their relationships with the people that matter most to them.
The JessicaSprague.com Digital Shoppe carries a wide variety of digital products including papers, embellishments, complete kits, brushes, cutting files, frames and more from over a dozen different designers.