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Jan Kabili
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Attended Stanford Law School
Lived in Boulder, Colorado
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  • Stanford Law School
    Juris Doctor in Law
  • Stanford University
    B.S. in Communications
  • University of Colorado at Boulder
    Master of Fine Arts in Photography & electronic media
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Photography, Photoshop, Lightroom instructor and author
I teach Photoshop & photo editing in books, online videos, magazines, classrooms.
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Author of many Photoshop, Lightroom, and Elements courses at Contributor to many Photoshop books including The Photoshop Wow Book, the How to Wow series, Adobe Classroom in a Book, Hands On Training books, and Photoshop Complete Course books. Former columnist for Photoshop User magazine and contributor to Macworld Magazine. Photography workshop and classroom instructor.
Photoshop, Lightroom & photography author and instructor.
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Jax has the best seafood in Boulder and has for years. It's tough to get a table on weekends, but locals love to pop in during the week and sit at the u-shaped bar or one of the two prized tables in front of Jax, where you can see the Boulder scene close up. The service is great; waiters tend to stay there for years. Do not miss the calamari appetizer. The catfish po'boy is a good deal. Some entrees are relatively pricey, but the consistent quality makes the price worthwhile. One downside - acoustics aren't good, so it can be hard to have an intimate conversation in the small dining room.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
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