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Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop training courses and 2-day workshops. Learn to create and edit your own digital graphics and photographs.

Adobe Photoshop Level 1: Introduction

Photoshop is the industry standard for working with digital images—learn to create your own graphics! We'll cover image formats, color correction, retouching digital photos, layers, advanced selection techniques, and other editing tools.

Pictures help give any report, presentation, or website a professional edge, and Photoshop is the industry standard for working with digital images. During this class you will learn to create and edit your own digital graphics and photographs. This hands-on course discusses image formats, color correction, retouching digital photos, working with layers, advanced selection techniques, and using various editing tools. You will also learn how several quick fix techniques and how to prepare for both print and web output.

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By the end of this course, students will be able to:
  1. Retouch images by removing, replacing, and correcting details
  2. Work with layers, including applying styles and filters
  3. Enhance and modify images with masks and channels
  4. Utilize best practices to export images for use in print and online

Adobe Photoshop Level 2: Intermediate

Work through example projects based on real-world scenarios to reinforce and expand your skills. We'll use vector capabilities, create movie posters using multiple source images, and discuss advanced techniques for image correction/typographic design.

Students in this class will work through example projects based on real-world scenarios to reinforce and expand upon the skills learned in Photoshop Level 1.

You will learn how to create a movie poster using multiple source images; how to utilize Photoshop’s vector capabilities; and advanced techniques for image correction and typographic design. You will also learn how to incorporate lighting effects and perspective tools to create realism in your Photoshop compositions.

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