Photoshop Elements 13 14 and 15

Course Name: Photoshop Elements 13 14 and 15
Location / Venue: Oswestry Campus
Course Code: POS0CED427
Start Date: 27-Feb-18
Days: Tuesday
Times: 7:00pm-9:00pm
Weeks: 5
Tuition Fee: £50.00

What is the course about?

For those who want to learn about processing their images in the digital darkroom or an ideal follow on course to Digital Photography 'Using your Digital SLR Camera'. Over this 5 week course we will look at all aspects of post processing digital files creating more dynamic and professional looking images. Through easy to understand sessions we will cover organizing, correcting, removal and adding objects, editing, sharpening, retouching, and preparing your images for print. You'll learn: how to use Camera Raw for processing not only RAW photos, but JPEGs and TIFFs, use layers and layer masks, image merging, retouch portraits, colour correct any photo, sharpening techniques, restoration of old photos and deal with common digital camera  image problems, including removing noise and avoiding halos. Through using Adobe Photoshop Elements you will learn skills suitable for most image manipulation programs available.   

Is there anything I need to bring with me?

Learners DO require their own camera suitable for any digital image processing from digital SLR camera or compact cameras, download lead or card readers, camera manuals. A good understanding of using a computer/mouse is recommended.

Are there any opportunities for progression with this course?

Progression to other Photographic skills workshops.

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