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July 6th, 2017

Adobe Photoshop Level 1: Intro to Photoshop

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Written by: Bart Brejcha
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Adobe Photoshop Level 1

Course Duration: 16 / 32 / 40 hours 

Tuition: $150 / $275 / $325 USD

Overview: The purpose of this Adobe Photoshop training course is to get you acquainted with the basics of Photoshop and to rapidly familiarize you with all the possibilities of the software. This course will also train you to use Photoshop regularly in the workplace and/or help you develop a competitive portfolio. Students will learn to use Photoshop for sizing, image editing, and color correction. Participants will also explore creative effects with layers, brushes, and other tools.

Discussion:

  • How to prepare for web vs. print.
  • Discuss going back and forth with Illustrator and other applications.
  • Discuss tips and tricks.

Prerequisites: Open minded with an interest in using Photoshop to communicate.

Topics:

  • Getting to know the User Interface (UI) and tools
  • Using Adobe Bridge
  • Basic photo corrections
  • Working with Selections
  • Layer basics
  • Masks and Channels
  • Color balancing images
  • Basic filters
  • Understanding Image Size and Resolution

Goals

  • Become familiar with the Photoshop workspace.
  • Learn to resize images.
  • Learn selection techniques.
  • Learn how to collage images from various sources.
  • Learn to create layer masks.
  • Understand color models.
  • Learn to use brush tools for painting and retouching.
  • Understand basic color correction principles and techniques.
  • Use the Layers panel for adjustments, clipping, and special effects.
  • Learn to prepare final art for web and print.

The 16-hour class covers many basics of Photoshop. This course description, however, is for the 40-hour class. In order to cover ALL of this curriculum, the 40-hour class needs to be taken, especially since our students get to participate using Photoshop.

 

Next workshop: SaturdayDecember 16 – 17

Where: 120 N. Green Street (West Loop)

 

 

 

Adobe Photoshop Level 1: Intro to Photoshop


About the Author

Bart Brejcha
As the main instructor for Design-engine Bart teaches many of the PTC Creo & the Solidworks Surfacing classes. When he is not developing new training material you will find him on motorcycles, bicycles or on a skateboard. He loves any kind of racing on two wheels.




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