I believe, that Khara Plicanic did a wonderful job creating a class that was not only filled with Photoshop tips and tricks but also lessons on embracing your mistakes and learning from them. Her upbeat and outgoing personality was refreshing and she truly connected with her audience. Khara brought her knowledge and tied it in with personal experiences along with quotes giving the tutorial an honest and real approach. We all make mistakes (even the pros) and know the overwhelming stresses of trying to overcome and learn from them. After watching this video from beginning to end, I'd like to thank Khara for making this class fun and informing.
I believe, and this is my own and personal opinion, that it isn't enough to know your contents to the letter in order to teach a good tutorial I believe, it is equally important to commuicate with your students (audience), otherwise, no matter how good you maybe, your message will not get across and reach your class. In the case of Khara Plicanic, I found her over acating, flirtig with the audience, and her contonuous gesturing actualy put me off. I'm sorry to say that I could not continue watching this tutorial, to my dismay. Perhaps she could do with some coaching and learn how to talk without yelling, giggling or gesturing too much and thus avoid getting people nervous watching her.