As an introduction to Adobe Photoshop, this course will teach you the essential workflow basics to process your RAW files. Learn to optimize exposure, correct colour casts, create borders and double exposures, watermark your work, resize your photographs for various printing formats, work in layers and produce images with the best possible quality.
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7 Feb – 7 March 18:00 – 21:00, 9 May – 6 June 09:30 – 12:30
“It is quite intense doing it in one week, Saved time but it would be better if it’s spread out over a couple of weeks because it is quite a lot to take in during one week. But it was fantastic, the possibilities that I now have open is endless.”
– M. Pretorius
Introducing the Workspace
Understanding Image Files
Adjustments and Adjustment layers
Screen vs Print
Practice and recap
Double Exposure Project
Guided edit of your own photographs.
At the end of the course you will have at least two print ready artworks that can be exhibited in the Orms Cape Town School of Photography exhibition. Along the way, you will gain skills in navigating Photoshop’s interface, saving files for print and the Web, non-destructive editing techniques, an understanding of digital colour and problem solving abilities.
You will receive detailed notes on the work covered.
To do this course you need a basic understanding of photography, a USB flash drive and a selection of images (JPEG, TIFF or PSD) that you would like to experiment with. Mac users are welcome to bring their Macbooks with Photoshop CC installed.
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