I am trying to learn Photoshop to enter into the world of Motion Graphics as well as to edit my own photography work.
I have taken the courses of Dan Scott from Udemy and watched hundreds of videos on YouTube. I feel confident while watching these videos but fail miserably the moment I start editing my own photographs.
I am curious to learn more about learning and practicing photoshop because I can't devote much time to it.
I am currently giving two hours each day and 5-6 hours over the weekends.
If you are spending two hours a day plus 5-6 hours on weekends, then you are off to a good start. Try LinkedIn Learning. You can get a 30-day free trial, but after that you will want a subscription for the courses you will want to watch.
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