Our heated or cooled air is MERV-13 filtered. We also move fresh air through our space when possible.
We love that humans are wired for face-to-face instruction, but we also offer recorded versions of some courses
Usually a maximum of only 8, in-person classes are currently limited to 5 students for safer distancing
Muscle memory matters
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Our instructors are expert users and Adobe Certified Instructors
Enjoy two weeks of 24-hour access to well-indexed video versions of some of our courses.
Written by instructors Steve Laskevitch, Jason Hoppe, and Ben Goldsmith and our friend Jeff Carlson (and published by Rocky Nook), the books in this new series contain a full step-by-step course and a comprehensive reference. Click on the image of the covers to order them or learn more.
Luminous Works students are invited to email their instructor with questions after the course is over. Many of you may benefit from the answers we've supplied, so we built our Q & A page as a resource. We've just begun, so check back as the list of questions grows.
How much daylight will Seattle have today? Or any day of the year? Steve made an interactive infographic so you can know for any date of your choosing! Check out the Seattle Daylight Calculator. Learn how to build simple infographics in Steve's class: Illustrator Level 2: Icons,Infographics & More. Upcoming dates and full description at that link.
Photoshop has as many ways to hide stuff as a Cold War-era spy. Rocky Nook, publisher of Steve’s Photoshop: Course & Compendium (shown above), hosted this masking webinar with Steve. Spend an hour learning masking methods you might need but don't know. The action starts about 28 seconds in.
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