- March 20, 2013 – April 24, 2013 — Mon, 6 sessions
- 7:15-10:15 pm
- Dunleavy Hall, room 122
- Donald Trainor, computer expert
Are you interested in graphic design, transitioning to digital photography or learning the essential skills for this industry-standard program? Learn Photoshop by completing a series of real world projects which include learning digital imaging basics; preparing images for print or the web; fixing imperfections; compositing multiple images using layers; working with layer masks and more. A great class for anyone interested in working on photos. Ideal for designers, photographers, marketers and anyone pursuing a career in graphic design. Training is in a Mac lab but Windows users will find out that Photoshop works almost precisely the same way on their PC. No prior experience with Photoshop is needed, but student should be experienced with basic computers and software programs. Learn step-by-step how Professional Graphic Designers and Photographers use Photoshop on a range of projects.