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Photography Course – Introduction Photoshop

Course Overview


COURSE TITLE: Introduction Photoshop Course
COURSE LEVEL: Introduction
COURSE TYPE: Editing


Over the four weeks we will explain the underlying principles of Adobe Photoshop, . This will be reinforced with hands on practical examples and self study.  Each class focuses on a different essential element of photography, overall covering subjects such as the camera, the lenses, exposure, and understanding light.

  • Lesson 1: Layers & Selections
  • Lesson 2: Adjustment layers, masks, free transform
  • Lesson 3: Duplicating & composites
  • Lesson 4: Workflow, shortcuts and exporting
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    PLEASE NOTE: All dates listed below are start dates of a 4 week course.
    DAY DATE TIME
    4 week course, 2 hours per session
    Monday 4th March 2019 7pm-9pm
    Monday 7th October 2019 7pm-9pm

    This course will give students knowledge of:

  • Tools & Brushes
  • Selections
  • Retouching: healing and cloning
  • Layers & Masks
  • Composites & Cutouts
  • Image resizing
  • File types & exporting
  • DURATION:
    4 classes
    4 weeks
    2 hours per class



    CLASS SIZE:
    4-8 students


    RECOMMEND EXPERIENCE
    None required

    REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:
    Laptop
    Any version of Photoshop


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    Course Progression:

    As an introduction level course the recommended course progression would be either to the next editing course in sequence, or to pair with a classroom course to creinforce the learning with a practical or editing course.


    Intermediate Photoshop

    4 Weeks


    The next editing class in the series, this Intermediate Photoshop course picks up where the introduction leaves off.

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