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ferate
11-09-2010, 08:34 AM
i was just wondering of your guys's opinon on taking a digiscrap class. i am interseted in taking one however its really hard to fit into my schedule. but i was curious on if you would recommend taking one or just going online and looking thru tutorials and teach yourself.

Thanks for any and all feedback!

webdesignmom
11-09-2010, 08:37 AM
I highly recommend Andrea's classes. I have taken all of them thus far and I realy learned alot from Andrea. The classes are work at your own pace and they work with anyone's schedule. Please don't pass them up.

Dea
11-09-2010, 08:43 AM
I highly recommend Andrea's classes. I have taken all of them thus far and I realy learned alot from Andrea. The classes are work at your own pace and they work with anyone's schedule. Please don't pass them up.


THANKS!
i have experienced when my best friend tries to tell me what to do its like the blind leading the blind as far as showing because she lives in washington state and i live in north carolina, does this class include remote assistance if i cant figure out how to do what she's instructing? I'm a very hands on learner.

also. i'm interseted in photo editing as well as scrapping. is there classes on photo editing as well?

i made a new account because i didnt want my last name as my screen name and i emailed the webhost but i didnt hear back. if anyone knows how to deactivate an acct i'd appricate the advise as well..

thanks!

webdesignmom
11-09-2010, 08:50 AM
Dea,
Andrea has a place where you can post any questions you have while taking a class and if you are having trouble she has a place where you can send her your file and she will take a look at it to help you. Andrea's photoshop classes cover some photo editing. You may want to check out the photoshop classes. I'm not sure what you are realy looking for as far as editing but you can send Andrea a message and ask her more questions about the classes. I'm sure she would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

elenasworld
11-09-2010, 08:55 AM
THANKS!
i have experienced when my best friend tries to tell me what to do its like the blind leading the blind as far as showing because she lives in washington state and i live in north carolina, does this class include remote assistance if i cant figure out how to do what she's instructing? I'm a very hands on learner.

also. i'm interseted in photo editing as well as scrapping. is there classes on photo editing as well?

i made a new account because i didnt want my last name as my screen name and i emailed the webhost but i didnt hear back. if anyone knows how to deactivate an acct i'd appricate the advise as well..

thanks!

hi there!
we can help you to deactivate your account
there is a "contact us" button at the bottom
of the screen.
you will need to provide the account info for
the one you are not using. wouldn't want to be
deleting someone else's account by mistake

about the classes,
I have taken Andrea's classes as well
It is like other online classes I have taken where you get
access to the forum, homework assignments and the class
lessons.
You work at your own pace to complete the assignments,
and yes Andrea is available to help you if you are stuck or
might be needing more help.

depending on what software you are using, you may also
have photo editing abilities. In digi-scrapping, most of us
will adjust our photos, crop, brighten, color, or add effects.
For me, all of that is part of digital scrapbooking.

when I first started, I was actually looking for some tutorials
online for help with Photoshop. the digital scrapbooking community
was much more open and helpful (in my opinion) that photography
sites. I participated in challenges and chats and did as many
tutorials as I could to get familiar with my program. It was the
best thing for me. And, along the way, I realized that scrapping
on my computer was much easier than paper scrapping, and the
supplies were all in one place. With a newborn, that really
appealed to me.

hope this helps!

Dea
11-09-2010, 09:28 AM
thanks for all the feedback, its been truly helpful.
I'm considering starting her class but it wont be until end of december or beg of janurary if possible. right now my schedule is so full with school and work. i'm gone over 14 hrs a day. but i will definatly be looking into it come the first of the year..

i just sent an email to the contact us about my old acct so hopefully it will be taken care of!

and i'd just like to say, i have been in another forum before and whenever i ask questions they either get looked over or they have hard to understand instructions or responces.. i just wanna say thank you to you guys for being so helpful and responsive!

webdesignmom
11-09-2010, 09:37 AM
I'm glad that we could help you.

cjmmytunes
11-21-2012, 02:18 PM
I highly recommend Andrea's classes. I have taken all of them thus far and I realy learned alot from Andrea. The classes are work at your own pace and they work with anyone's schedule. Please don't pass them up.

I hate to butt in, but I was reading this thread and have a couple of questions. Are Andrea's classes just for PhotoShop, or does she have classes for PaintShopPro also? Is there a link on the site to find out more information? I'm sorry for asking so many questions.

webdesignmom
11-21-2012, 02:57 PM
Andrea only teaches classes in photoshop and illustrator.

Els AW
11-21-2012, 11:27 PM
The classes are here (http://www.godigitalscrapbooking.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=29_41&products_id=12043) in the GDS shop!

I like it to do the class in your own pace, and if you get stuck, Andrea is answering the questions!