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David Ewing- Your personal Photoshop Tutor will quickly demystify the program.  You will be surprised how fast you can understand how to retouch your photographs. As a professional photographer, I can introduce you to many techniques involving both photography and Photoshop.  Many of my students are either currently studying at University or have had a life long passion for photography.  Its normal to need a little extra help.  The classroom environment or watching online videos just doesn’t compare to having someone sitting next to you, going at your own pace.

My Photography and Photoshop tuition can be tailored to your needs. Whether you are a beginner, doing a course and need extra help or considering doing some Professional Development.  I will help you expand your base knowledge and heighten your creativity and technical skills.  Read more about my Photoshop tuition sessions.

About Me

I am experienced in working with mature aged students, students with Autism, Asperger syndrome and special needs. I have current working with children police check, Cert 4 in Education and Training and Learning Literacy and Numeracy Qualifications (LLN). I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts majored in photography and have won various national and international awards.  Ive been shooting for 20 years in Australia and around the world.  I am also represented by Getty Images.  I have been a photoshop tutor since 2008 and find doing one on one sessions the most beneficial for my students.  For more information please view the About me page.

From the Photoshop Tutor Blog

In my blog I cover a range of Photoshop techniques that will help you to take your retouching skills to the next level. If you are a current student or are considering some Photoshop tuition, here are some great resources for you to review or revise.

The below thumbnails will direct you to specific techniques like how to use layer masks, using selections and many more.