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PRESS RELEASE: BetterPhoto.com® Welcomes New Instructor, Kevin Moss
"Photoshop and Elements for Nature Photographers" Course begins April 4th.
Redmond, Washington (PRWeb) March 30, 2007 -- BetterPhoto.com, the worldwide leader in online photography education, today announced that professional photographer and author, Kevin Moss, has joined BetterPhoto.com's amazing team of instructors. Kevin's 4-week short course, Photoshop and Elements for Nature Photographers, starts April 7th.
"We are thrilled to have Kevin Moss on our team," said Jim Miotke, President and founder of BetterPhoto, com. "His expertise in landscape and nature photography makes him perfect for teaching our students how Photoshop and Elements can make their nature photos pop!"
Moss, author of Photoshop CS2 and Digital Photography for Dummies, 50 Fast Digital Camera Techniques Revision 2 and Nature Photography and Photoshop, began his adventure into photography more than 30 years ago while a high school student. While focusing mainly on nature photography through the years, Kevin's photography talents also include fine art portraiture, abstract photography and urban scenes. His 4-week course, Photoshop and Element for Nature Photographers, will focus on composing images and making color and tonal corrections, as well as covering various camera settings and editing techniques.
BetterPhoto brings together over 150,000 members from around the world for learning, fun, and community. The site offers over 100 courses on photography and Photoshop, taught by scores of published, professional photographers including Tony Sweet, Brenda Tharp, Jim Zuckerman, and Shutterbug editor George Schaub. Courses are offered every month. Sign up today to get your photos thoughtfully and promptly reviewed by professionals. The monthly BetterPhoto.com contest, considered the best on the web, brings in over 25,000 entries monthly, and awards winners in 10 categories.
BetterPhoto.com is the worldwide leader in online photography education, offering an approachable resource for photographers who want to improve their skills, share their photos, and learn more about the art and technique of photography. Headquartered in Redmond, WA, BetterPhoto.com is a fun, approachable community, offering online photography courses led by highly respected and published professional photographers, who act as mentors. BetterPhoto also offers a range of gallery and web hosting options that are easy to use and powerfully customizable, and offers a rich community experience and the best photo contests on the web.
For more information, visit the BetterPhoto website at http://www.betterphoto.com.
(First posted on Monday, April 2, 2007 at 14:14 EDT)