Adobe Photoshop for Photography-Level 1

Duration

18 hours

Mode

Face-to-face

Location

City Campus

Cost

$610

Next Intake

To be determined

Overview

This six week course delivers an introduction to the various uses and tools in Photoshop. Focusing on the needs of photographers, you will learn skills that will enable you to manipulate and enhance digital images and reliably produce high quality photographic images.Course content

  • Using Adobe Bridge
  • Photoshop tools overview
  • Jpeg files capture and post production
  • Layers and layer masks
  • Histograms and curves
  • Colour and tonal adjustments
  • Creating composite images
  • Black and white digital darkroom
  • Blending modes and filters

Timetable

There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please contact us or join our mailing list to express your interest in this course.

How to enrol

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Prerequisites

Basic camera and computer skills are essential. MAC experience recommended

Materials supplied

All relevant course notes are supplied with comprehensive instructions and exercises. Mac computers and Adobe Photoshop software are provided for class exercises.

Materials to bring

  • File storage device, ie. USB flash drive, hard drive, recordable CD or DVD
  • Notebook and pen
  • Images (of any kind)

Suited to

People with little or no knowledge of Photoshop looking to enhance their technical skills and the creative techniques that may be used to improve image quality.

Additional notes

Completion of this course will not guarantee entry into an RMIT Program.

Outcome

On completion of this course, you will have developed the essential knowledge and understanding required to effectively use tools and functions in the adobe Photoshop application.

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