You will learn how to manipulate images and original artwork using a
digital imaging program. Photoshop combines a full range of selection
tools, painting and editing tools, color correction tools and special effect
capabilities to produce a final high quality image. Topics include: painting
and editing; working with selections, paths, masks and channels; and
manipulating selections and layers.
Same text used in Adobe Photoshop – Intermediate (COAP 1712)
available the first night of class from the instructor
Prerequisites: Computer experience
(GST included), 12 hours/4 sessions
Additional costs: Text $45 (approximately)
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