Photoshop Training FAQ’s

Frequently asked questions about photoshop training sessions

I am an award winning photographic artist specialising in composited work using Adobe Photoshop. I have recieved international recognition for my artistic use of photoshop to create my imagery (you can see my full Bio here).

I started out using photoshop to edit pet portraiture and landscape pictures before falling in love with the process of creative work. I have a broad range of skills that I can share with you to help take your photoshop skills to the next level.

Kirsteen's work winning International Photographer of the Year 2017: Photomanipulation

The Missing Series was awarded 1st Place in the International Photographer of the Year 2017 in the Photomanipulation category.

I offer a variety of different packages to suit all abilities (click titles to view each option).



Creative & Compositing


All packages are one on one because this enables me to ensure that the time is geared exactly to each photographer. Everyone has a different history of using photoshop, takes photographs for a different reason, and has probably picked up different skills along the way so one size fits all may not be the best use of our time.

I offer both half and full day sessions.

Think about what you need to get out of your training session.

For example, do you have a specific need to learn how to create an underwater look. Perhaps you want to get to grip with just a couple of adjustment layers or maybe advance your skills more broadly.

Following your enquiry I will follow up with a call to estimate the amount of time you will probably need to book for.

If you are interested in a group training session then please do get in touch. If there is a small group who want to learn similar things and all have access to a laptop/desktop/mac with access to adobe photoshop then small groups can work really well.

I am happy to travel throughout the South West up to the Bristol area. Travel over 20 miles from my home near Exeter will incur an additional charge.

This is personal preference. Personally I don’t think I could not do the edits that I do without my trusty Wacom (Intuos Pro) but I know several photographers who use their laptop track pads or a mouse to edit.

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