Looking for a career in design? Then you're going to need InDesign, not to mention Photoshop, Illustrator and the other versatile pieces of software in Adobe's Creative Cloud. These training bundles are a great place to jump in and learn how to use them like a pro - so you can earn like one, too.
The Adobe Photoshop CC Training Bundle
This expert's guide to Photoshop is geared to fine-tune any artist's understanding of one of Adobe's flagship tools. You'll get tips on how to create composite images, customize filters and take any photo from the shoot to a fully edited masterpiece - all from recognized Adobe masters working in the field. Not only will you learn to do a ton of new things you didn't even think were possible in Photoshop, but you'll also learn the shortcuts that will let you do them faster. Pick up the full Adobe Photoshop CC Training Bundle for $19.
The Complete Adobe CC Training Bundle
Whether you're just starting out in design or need an overall refresher, this bundle is your walk through all the components of the Adobe Creative Cloud. Each of these seven courses is a beginner-to-advanced boot camp in a different platform: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, After Effects, Premiere Pro and Animation. When you're done, you'll be able to not only use each of them independently but see how they can enhance each other. Grab the Complete Adobe CC Training Bundle for $29.
The Adobe Lightroom Creative Cloud Training Bundle
Lightroom makes photo editing easy for anyone, but this master class will dive deep into its professional possibilities. You'll move quickly from beginner's courses that let you fully navigate the interface to editing tips that will make your photos sing and save tons of time in the bargain. The Adobe Lightroom Creative Cloud Training Bundle is on sale for $25.
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