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Photoshop CC Advanced: Print and Photography

Photoshop CC Advanced: Print and Photography

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Future Media Concepts
299 Broadway
Ste 1510
New York, NY 10007
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Thursday, January 31, 2019 -
10:00am to 5:30pm
$1,195

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This 2-day course provides a thorough overview for experienced users who wish to further their effectiveness on Photoshop CC. The course trains photographers and designers how to catalogue their work as well as how to enhance their photographs. This course is an ideal combination of instructor-led demonstration and hands-on practice. Who Should Attend? Those involved in any area of digital media, including desktop publishing, multimedia design, web design, digital video editing, and other disciplines for which Photoshop is the industry standard. Photographers and artists who work with photographs Prerequisites Practical working knowledge of Mac OS X or Windows Photoshop Fundamentals: An Introduction to Photoshop class or equivalent experience is recommended. Course Outline: Note: The curricula below comprise activities typically covered in a class at this skill level. The instructor may, at his/her discretion, adjust the lesson plan to meet the needs of the class. Lesson 1: Understanding how Digital Images Work Understanding RGB and CMYK color models Image size vs. Resolution - Whats the difference? Pixel Aspect Ratio - Are all pixels square? Bits per Channel - What does that mean? Alpha Channel - Why is this important to us? Lesson 2: Adobe Bridge Working with Adobe Bridge Workspace Viewing and managing files Metadata and keywords Collections: Collection vs Smart Collection Running automated tasks Lesson 3: Camera Raw Overview About Camera Raw files Processing files in Camera Raw Basics Tone & Curves Detail HSL/Grayscale Split Toning Lens Corrections Effects Camera Calibration Presets Viewing the before & after Editing multiple files at once Saving and opening RAW Lesson 4: Camera RAW Tools for Advanced Controls White Balance tool Color Sampler tool Target Adjustment tool Transform tool Spot Removal tool Red Eye Removal tool Adjustment Brush tool Gradient Filter tool Radial Filter tool Lesson 5: Lightroom vs Raw & Bridge* This is an overview and not a class on Lightroom What are the benefits of using Lightroom How is it like the Bridge and Photoshop RAW view What other Tools Can it Provide Lesson 6: HDR 16-bit & 32-bit color space Creating High Dynamic Range (HDR) files Lesson 7: Selecting Selecting by Focus Area Selecting by color Selecting by channels Quick Mask Mode vs Pen tool vs Selecting tools Using Select & Mask workspace Using Masks: vector, layer or saved Adjustment layers with masks Lesson 8: Correcting Images Adding depth of field with the Blur Gallery Transforming: Perspective Warp, Puppet Warp Transform & Liquify Content-Aware Scaling Content-Aware Fill Healing tools Lesson 9: Smart Objects What is a Smart Object: photoshop, RAW, or illustrator Copying vs. placing What can I do with a Smart Object? Convert to Smart Object New Smart Object via copy Editing the Smart Object Export contents Replace contents Stacking Smart Filters Rasterizing Lesson 10: Vanishing Point* Setting up a Vanishing Point grid Placing imported artwork Healing in perspective Copying in perspective Adding artwork in perspective Placing the side panel artwork using Vanishing Point Lesson 11: Layer Comps Position Styles Visibility Modes & masks for groups Output of Layer Comps Lesson 12: Painting About the Mixer Brush About brushes Making a brush Selecting brush settings Creating a custom brush preset Using Filter Gallery instead of a brush Blend modes Mixing colors with a photograph Lesson 13: Actions and Scripts Understanding Actions Using Actions Creating Actions Batch Processing Using Scripts Script Event Manager to use actions and scripts together Lesson 14: Producing and Printing Consistent Color Preparing files for printing Performing a "zoom test" Identifying out-of-gamut colors Adjusting an image Converting an image to CMYK About color management Specifying color-management settings Proofing an image on screen Saving the image as a CMYK EPS file Printing a CMYK image from Photoshop Lesson 15: Tips and Tricks Tips and tricks from instructor

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