December 20, 2014

Introduction to Photoshop

Introduction to Photoshop is designed for those who want to learn or improve their digital processing skills.  You get a solid foundation, but above all we want, with the help of our talented and committed teachers, to inspire you to move on in your photography.  Introduction to Photoshop is ideal for those seeking knowledge that will work, but do not feel a strong need to get buried in details.

Prerequisites

None. Bring a set of photos you want to edit in RAW format or TIFF

Objective of the course

You get a practical knowledge of digital processing.  You learn how to incorporate this knowledge into your picture taking.

Course content

1. Introduction
Browse in Photoshop, explanation of toolkits, pallets. Convert-Saving Images – files
2. Raw Files
Preparation and introduction to Photoshop
3. Resize an Image
Crop, use guides & grids, image resizing, converting canvas size, image resolution conversion
4. Make Selections & Paths
Quick masks, masks with selection tools, masks with color, movement-cut-copy-paste option, conversion option
5. Working with Layers
Editing Layers, filters, effects, editing.
6. Color management
Processing of color, lighting, tone, saturation in an image.
7. Actions
Create application controls for multiple actions at the touch of a button
8. Retouching
Remove wrinkles, scars and dust, improving skin texture, toning eye, change the person or body shape, removal of large objects

    Teacher

    The course is taught by

    PETROS SOFIKITIS

    NIKOS KARANIKOLAS

    Times

    The course is offered in three different options

    Session 1 –

    One weekend, Friday 19:00hrs – 22:00hrs,  Saturday 10:00 – 15:00 hrs, Sunday 10:00-15:00 hrs

    20-21-22 April 2012

    Session 2 –

    Four sessions, Monday, Wednesday, Friday 19:00hrs – 22:00hrs,

    18-23-25-27 April

    Session 3 –

    Daily, 23-24-25-26-27 April

    Next courses

    Fine Art Photography, Portfolio review

     

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