Have you been meaning to brush up on your Lightroom or Photoshop skills but haven't had much luck wading through the sea of tutorials on YouTube? If so (and you happen to have some time to spare next week), CreativeLive is hosting its third-annual Photoshop Week workshop next week free of charge.

The six-day event features a dizzying array of Lightroom and Photoshop seminars for photographers working at every level, taught by industry experts and streamed over the Internet.

Those scheduled to lead the seminars include Dave Cross, Tim Grey, Jason Hoppe, Mike Kelley, Matt Kloskowski, Julieanne Kost, Jared Platt, Julia Kuzmenko McKim, Aaron Nace, Chris Orwig, Colin Smith, Paul Trani and Ben Willmore. As Digital Trends points out, you've probably never heard of any of these people but they certainly know their stuff.

Photoshop Week runs from February 23-28. Workshops begin each day at 9am PST and run through 6pm PST. All 48 seminars - each running 90 minutes - will stream live over the Internet absolutely free (who said nothing in life is free?). In the event you are unable to watch live, it'll cost you.

Individual sessions can be purchased after the fact for $19 each or you can buy the entire curriculum for $299.

A complete rundown of each day's schedule as well as teacher bios can be found on CreativeLive's website. If you're planning to watch live, be sure to RSVP ahead of time for access information.

If you happen to be in the market for Adobe Creative Cloud, CreativeLive has a 15 percent discount you can use which brings the cost of admission down from $9.99 per month to $8.49.