As a first introduction to Photoshop this program shows you how to customise Photoshop and how to create professional looking images. It explains various uses of images and the difference between raster and vector graphics. You will modify images, switch image modes and adjust colour and contrast attributes. If you are new to Photoshop or have little experience with Photoshop, this program is for you.

Overview

This program is an introduction to Adobe Photoshop showing how to create professional looking images. It explores the different uses of images and participants will become familiar with the Photoshop environment and with raster and vector graphics.

Program Content

  • Work with image layers
  • Image selection techniques
  • Use adjustment layers
  • Retouch and improve images.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Customise the Photoshop environment
  • Open and modify images in Photoshop
  • Modify and manipulate selections.
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Skill Level
Fundamentals
Duration

1 Day

Time
Location

AIM WA Floreat

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