Date(s) - 09/24/2013–10/10/2013
6:30 pm–9:00 pm
Helpful, real worked examples help students learn to manage fundamental Photoshop skills, from basics such as creating files and using the tool bar, layers and filters, to proper file formatting and preparation for printing and web sharing. Students get practical experience creating, modifying and manipulating photographs, and apply new skills for retouching, sharpening and combining images. The object of the course is to allow a person who is uncomfortable with Photoshop to become confident with a day-to-day functionality. Students should bring three or more digital images—any format—to the first class along with a jump-drive (mobile hard drive). Students must have a working knowledge of computers. Adult Continuing Education course (non-credit).
Tuesdays & Thursdays / Sept. 24 – Oct. 10 / 6:30–9 p.m.
Instructor – Natalie Hoffmann
Register by Sept. 17