The Art of Digital Texture

Hello Friends!

Do you ever have those days when you feel inspired to create something beautiful?

Days where you want to kick things up a notch and take the ordinary to the extraordinary? Well then today’s your lucky day!

Do you remember me telling you about Kim Klassen and how I had the pleasure of attending a photography workshop that she and Xanthe Berkeley had put on?

What a fabulous experience and opportunity to learn, play and create. That’s what I love about both of these incredible ladies . . .  they inspire you to try new things and to not take yourself or life too seriously!

I’ve taken several classes from Kim over the years and I just learned she’s launching a new one that starts on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016. Thank goodness there’s still time for you to hop on over and get yourself registered!

Kim’s class, The Art of Digital Texture is where she’ll teach you the trick of making your own digital textures inside Photoshop without any fuss or muss  . . . trust me, you won’t want to miss it!

If you’re wondering about any special requirements for taking the class, all you need is a camera (a smartphone will do) and an understanding of  Photoshop’s adjustments, layers, selections and brushes.

Kim will be teaching the class using Photoshop CC and if you’re interested in finding out all of the details you can find everything you need to know here. I do hope you’ll join me, I’d love to see what you create!

Oh and by the way . .  there’s a HUGE added bonus waiting to be discovered over on her site for anyone registering for the class.

I hope to see you there!

 

With gratitude,

Bev

 

 

 

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