On YouTube, on the Creative Commons, and at some big websites.
There are also a few websites you can check to be sure it isn’t a scam.
The best way to learn Photoshop is to take it to other people. Find another photographer, a new photographer, and do a shoot with them in front of your own camera. Put together a project, get in the right mood, learn to compose and edit, and have fun.
Can I learn Photoshop as a professional?
No. If you’d like to use Photoshop for yourself, you need to be hired. If you want to learn the basics and have fun, there are places to find some free tutorials online.
How can I learn a new skill?
To become an expert, you have to get your feet wet. Start from scratch and play with different ideas. Be open. The trick is to be flexible in what you learn to make it as useful as possible. If something was done poorly, try it again and try something else. This is where time pressure is huge.
Does my photography course include Photoshop?
Yes. You will not only learn how to use Photoshop, but most of the other tutorials from the course. You can download and print out files for free, or pay $5 for access to a subscription package.
The second-highest paid NFL coaches in 2014 earn $1.45 million in base salary, according to a Forbes analysis of the latest numbers.
NFL players take home $6.5 million in base salary.
New York Jets coach Todd Bowles, who takes home $7 million, tops the list of the highest paid head coaches — and it’s not close.
While former Denver defensive coordinator Wade Phillips ranks second with a base salary of $1.05 million, Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid is at the top of the list with a base salary of $1.4 million, according to the Forbes report.
The league had announced last week that the salary cap for 2014 will rise to $143 million, topping last year’s ceiling of $123.5 million. The salary cap was expected to jump by $5 million in 2014, to $141 million, but for some coaches is now a reality. Bowles is the second highest paid coach in football, behind only Phillips, according to ESPN. Bowles’ base, which is only slightly higher than that of Phillips, will jump to $7.6 million.