Pretty Photoshop Actions Scholarship Spring 2019 Winner Announced!

Winner of the Pretty Photoshop Actions Scholarship Spring 2019

Congratulations to our Spring 2019 Photoshop Scholarship Winner!

During the past 6 months, Pretty Photoshop Actions received so many incredible essays written by some very talented students from around the world.  It was a pleasure to read all of the creative essays about Photoshop that were submitted to us.

We were blown away by the talent and quality of submissions we received -- there were many favorites!  It was hard to narrow it down to just one winner. 

However, in the end, our Pretty Actions Team finally reached a consensus and selected the 5th bi-annual scholarship winner.  

All of us at Pretty Photoshop Actions would like to give a BIG CONGRATULATIONS to...Isabel Bryant!  Isabelle is a senior at Mainland High School in Daytona Beach and will be attending Daytona State College in the Fall studying Art and Graphic Design. 

Isabelle Bryant

We absolutely loved your amazing Photoshop tutorial. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us Isabelle and we wish you great success as you move forward in your educational endeavors and beyond!!! 

You can read Isabelle Bryant's wonderful scholarship award-winning essay here!

We also wanted to give a big THANK YOU to all of the fantastic Colleges, Universities, High Schools and Scholarship Websites that are so kind to list our scholarship and offer it to their students as a resource to help cover their higher education expenses.  Our scholarship would not be a success without you!

For more information on our next (Fall 2019) Pretty Photoshop Actions Bi-Annual Scholarship and how to apply click here.  Essays for our Fall 2019 scholarship award will be accepted through October 15th, 2018

And don’t forget, we also have a totally separate Lightroom scholarship.  Essays for that scholarship will be accepted through June 15th, 2019.  You can find more information on the Pretty Lightroom Presets scholarship here.

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