Tues 29 April 2014
This course is a continuation of the Further Topics in Adobe Photoshop course and it presents an opportunity to enhance your skills and gain knowledge on (as yet) unexplored functions that optimise your time whilst minimising repetitive keystrokes / mouse usage. Various technical, graphical, photographic and fonts skills will be covered within the course to help you best prepare images for inclusion in flyers, adverts, leaflets or as web buttons. The course will also include additional image enhancements, colouring up and introduction to colour wheels, monochromes and paths (for selection and text). To help make your Photoshop sessions more efficient you will learn how to 1. use and create actions for general purpose tasks (cropping, resizing, colour toning, inverting, saturating or de-saturating, bordering, etc.); 2. create a web gallery using a folder of images that allow web users to view image information and provide feedback; 3. use time savers such as Actions and Batch Processing.
Staff who need to optimise and manage their time and maintain standards within digital image editing.
This course requires prior knowledge of the Further Topics session (or similar level of familiarity); good file management and Windows knowledge are essential.
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