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There are many Adobe Photoshop courses on the Internet that are both free and paid. Which is better? Should I put down some money to learn Photoshop online? This article will answer those questions as best as possible to help you make the best decision for you.
Free courses benefit from the fact, obviously, that they are free. If you really wanted to, you could conceivably find everything you could want to know as you learn Photoshop online. So, is it even worth paying anything for an Adobe Photoshop course?
Often, though, a problem arises from free tutorials because they are just a series of random tutorials, but not formed into an easy to follow course. Sites that offer free tutorials in a structured format are often incomplete.
You could piece together a course with random video tutorials here and there, but this would take time. Ultimately, you are paying for the time you are saving in putting an Adobe Photoshop course together by yourself. This is your time-cost factor?”
If, for example, an Adobe Photoshop course costs $50, would you be willing to pay that to save an hour or two of searching?
To summarize, the money you spend on an Adobe Photoshop course is really the money you are wiling to pay for the time and convenience of having a course that is already put together for you. Ultimately, it comes down to determining how much you are willing to pay for your time.
What are the best courses out there for your money? Well, there’s a lot of information on Adobe Photoshop courses at http://www.squidoo.com/adobephotoshopcourses There’s also some good information on Photoshop in general at http://www.squidoo.com/learn-photoshop-online Hopefully, you can find all the information you need there, but if not, leave a comment for any more information you’d like to have.