Aug 052011
 

Have you seen me teach in-person,  enjoyed my Lightroom DVD, watched a video on this blog (like this one on developing an image, or this one on using the adjustment brush), or just like my written tutorials?

Please consider nominating me to teach Lightroom or Photoshop for CreativeLIVE.com, a great online photography education site.  It only takes a moment — you can do so HERE.   They ask for my website — it is www.laurashoe.com (and for those of you who know the Digital Daily Dose, but not my name — it’s Laura Shoe!)

Thank you!!

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  18 Responses to “A Request to My Readers”

  1. Done, good luck!

  2. Got ‘er done. Tom Jacobsen

  3. Happy to have done this. Just recently discovered your tutorials. Excellent! Good luck.

  4. Done. Appreciate what you do for us. Hope you get in.

  5. +1.
    would be happy to watch (and learn more from) you!

  6. Keep up your good work,

    Happy to have endorsed your high quality / teaching / DVD download

    Ps., your accent is georgous!

    Brendan Fogarty

  7. Thank you, Everyone! Lol Brendan … I have never heard anyone say that about an American accent. 🙂

  8. […] Laura Shoe has lots of goodies for those wanting to learn Lightroom.  Go watch and then maybe help her out too… […]

  9. I’ve been away and I’m just getting caught up. I posted a recommendation. Hope it’s not too late. Good luck, Laura.

  10. Done. Good luck to you.

  11. Recommended you for teaching Lightroom. Cheers!

  12. I don’t think that I have ever nominated anyone for anything. But, for you, Laura, I am proud to do so. I learned so much from your 6 day Lightroom course in Mpls. Can’t remember everything, of course, but your added guides made it all come back. Thanks.

  13. If it was not for Laura Shoe’s DVD ” Lightroom 3 Fundamentals and Beyond” I I was about ready to throw in the towel and give up on the program. I printed out Adobe’s instructions on their web site and after a huge amout of printing I was still clueless and frustrated. Laura Shoe is a great teacher and it is she alone that saved me from abandoning the program. Thanks Laura for a great job ingetting me going.

    Howard Hartman

    • Hi Howard, thanks so much for your wonderful note! I am very happy to hear that my instruction saved you from abandoning the program!

  14. laura, I sent a comment. I want to thank you for your videos. I produced a 130 page book (400 images) of my father,s 100 years. Without the output videos it never would have been completed. I use them all the time.
    Lynn weyand

    • Thank you, Lynn — I’m happy to hear my videos have been useful to you. Congrats on your book!

  15. After reading one of Laura’s articles explaining bit depth, I now fully understand bit depth to the degree that I need. Since I will be using that information to make a purchase, I’m sure I will make the correct decision regarding bit depth.

    I found Laura’s article to be not only informative, the information was articulated in a very technical and professional manner – yet it was presented in a way that even a total layman such as myself could easily understand. This is a rare quality. I work for an organization that generates technical standards that are adopted by our federal government, the international community, and are incorporated in regulations produced by the United Nations. I know a good writer (and teacher) when I see their work. Laura excels at this.

    I would, without hesitation, nominate Laura Shoe to teach Lightroom or Photoshop for CreativeLIVE.com.

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