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  1. Mr.Thang

    i can not see anything, it’s not working right now

  2. Mr.Thang
    • Yes, we just verified and the free Photoshop course does continue to work – but you need to use this recommended workaround in order to access it:

       1. Click on the course’s intro loading page here first.

       2. Choose “Sign in with Adobe”, and then enter your Adobe ID and password. Check the “Stay signed in” box.

       3. Now come back here and again visit the main free 13-hour Photoshop course link.

       4. Here’s the key! If the video doesn’t come up, then go to the address bar of your browser and change the link’s text to be “course” instead of “courselanding” – and then hit the Enter key. Log in again if asked. You should now see the first lesson of the course ready to play!

      If it still doesn’t work, then try with a different browser, or another computer or device, or clear your browser’s cache & cookies and then retry 1-2-3-4.

      Make sure to follow the instructions carefully, or post back if something is unclear.

      The reason some people are having difficulty accessing the course is because Adobe is planning to take it down, unfortunately. But it’s still up, for now – and can be accessed using the workaround above. We have tested it multiple times with different browsers (including just now), and it does work.

  3. Jane

    This is really great! This will surely help amateurs get started with their Photoshop experience. Do you have training courses for other post-processing software?

  4. Katie

    yep, had to change from “courselanding” to “course” in the URL – now it works. Looks like i need to get on this today LOL – thanks

  5. Shila Mahmud

    Does it still exist?

  6. Kevin


    Great, thanks – that worked 🙂

  7. Peretz Olkin

    I have taken two courses with a focus on Photoshop, and at the urging of my instructor I subscribed to the CC2015 PS & LR. Having this opportunity to download this free Photoshop course is an answer to a prayer to continue learning new skills and sharpening what I feel I have already learned. Once I get to my desktop, I will act on it. Thank you Adobe!

  8. K Kuczynski

    Being interested in photography for several decades, I decided to make a step forward and three months ago enrolled in an infography course. That’s how I discovered a really great tool, PHOTOSHOP.

    A lot of homework is still ahead, but after first exercises my enthusiasm keeps growing.

    The day I master this software sufficiently I would like to achieve two objectives. First – retouch and correct my analogue collection of pictures (dating back to the nineteen sixties) and to leave the precious memories to my children.

    Secondly – I’d like to use PS for illustrating web pages with my own creations.

    Many thanks to you guys for making the enormous and very useful effort in popularizing the Adobe products and in providing readers with very useful tools and tutorials. Great site. Congratulations. Keep going on !

  9. Anonymous
  10. Syaaaz

    Now, the ‘courselanding’ is not working anymore but you can change it to ‘course’ and it will work.

  11. Maria

    Dear sir or madam:

    I am very interested in watching the video 13 hours of Photoshop training, but for some reason I cannot see it, because pops up a warning and error. Do you mind telling me how can I log in and see the video?

    I have Photoshop CC membership and I believe I can see this training with my ADOBE username and password, correct?

    Do you want to help me, please, sending me the easiest way to watch it?

    Thanks a lot!

    • Hi Maria,

      Yes, it’s still possible to watch the free Photoshop training course here, as well as one other shorter course.

      And yes, you can use your Adobe ID username and password to log in to view either class.

      Check out the post above in more detail, please read it carefully, and it will give you a workaround in order to watch the 13 hours of videos free.

      See also our previous reply if you have any further difficulty.

  12. Ruth

    Hi there,

    I am very frustrated that neither of these courses, the 13-hour class above or the free 5-hour primer, have any sound, after I have downloaded them. I have Mac OS X 10.10.6, and Quicktime. The tutorials download OK as .mp4, but run silently! They work OK online, live, but I want to keep going back to certain bits, and often have to stop suddenly and come back to it later.

    I have other .mp4 tutorials, for example about OnOne, they work fine after download.
    I hope you can suggest a solution, thanks.

  13. Ruth

    Thanks for replying. I used Video Download Helper. Does Adobe have a problem with allowing people to download free tutorials when signed in with Adobe ID? I am a CC subscriber too.

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