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Beginning Adobe Photoshop with Natasha Calzatti – PAS
April 5 @ 11:15 am - 5:00 pm |
In this intensive one day hands-on computer workshop, longtime Photoshop instructor Natasha Calzatti will cut through the complexity of Photoshop and help you to master it as a photographic tool. Natasha will show you the fundamentals of Photoshop, how to do the things most beginners want to do when they first open up the program. This workshop is designed for the Lightroom or beginner Photoshop user.
Technical Level: Beginner
Adobe Bridge, the next-generation File Browser, where you can process multiple camera raw images at once, resize, rate, and label thumbnails; quickly review images in Slideshow mode, and search metadata.
Adobe Camera Raw processing, enjoy automatic adjustments of exposure, shadows, brightness, contrast and much more. [Note Lightroom users: The two topics above will be part of your Lightroom workflow.]
How to remove objects, blemishes or ‘touch up’ a portrait
Working with Layers and Adjustment Layers
Working with Masks in non-distractive method
How to adjust exposure and fix color-cast problems
How to remove an object from a photo (using Content Aware Fill)
How to remove a subject from a photo and place it on a new background, using select and mask, or the new object select.
How to add text and effects
How to Crop
How to save your photos in both editable and sharable formats.
What to bring:
Bring your photos, about 25 images which you would like to fix or enhance, on a flash drive or hard drive. It is best if the images were shot in RAW format. JPEGS, TIFFS and PSD’s are okay. If you don’t have images, Natasha will provide them for you.
This class takes place in our state-of-the-art computer lab where each student is assigned an iMac 21.5″ 3.6GHZ. You do not need to bring a laptop.
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