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One of my life's greatest privileges is to be a teacher, whether in the classroom or online. And one of the things that I have observed through teaching Photoshop is that there are certain students who excel, while others don't. Now, why is that? What I have noticed is that those who excel, they are the ones who embrace mistakes. They also experiment. Let me explain. When I was a little guy, my mom explained to me, Chris, there is no such thing as bad art. Now, you and I both know that's not true, yet she told me that in order to give me space to make mistakes and to experiment.
Now, another important thing in regards to learning Photoshop is that you don't try to learn it all at once, rather that you focus in on the task at hand. So what's my job as a teacher? Well, what I hope to do is to provide you with some valuable information and inspiration, so that you can be one of those students who embraces mistakes, who experiments, and who also focuses in on the task at hand.
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