Date: Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th July (9.30am – 4.30pm).
Venue: Galway Film Centre, Cluain Mhuire, Wellpark road, Galway City.
Cost: €170 members/ €180 non-members. Participants also have the option of purchasing ADOBE Course Books for €50.
Contact: email@example.com or phone 091 770748.
This two day course suits both new and self-taught novice users of Photoshop. It aims to consolidate prior understanding and extend users to an intermediate level where they are comfortable creating compositions, working with both raster and vector based assets, and exporting images for both web and print purposes.
Attendees will learn the differences between RGB and CMYK colour modes along with the benefits and dis-benefits of designing raster (pixel) graphic. You will have hands-on practice at selecting and manipulating portions of images. The concept of layer-based design and the basics of retouching (enhancing, repairing, cleaning) images will be demonstrated.
The second day of training tends to intermediate features of Photoshop CC and for the digital photographers, the Camera Raw import process will be covered. Vector-based drawing will be introduced with a thorough lesson on the use of the ubiquitous Pen tool.
All demonstration media is provided. A guide will be provided showing shortcuts and tool directories for Photoshop (PC and Mac).
- Navigate Photoshop
- Basic Corrections for Photos
- Creating and Using Selections
- Compositing with Layers
- Camera RAW Import
- Enhancing Digital Photographs
- The Pen Tool
- Saving Images for the Web
About the tutor:
Keith Bailey is all-Ireland’s only Apple Certified Master Trainer and Adobe Certified Instructor. He is uniquely placed to inform on current workflow trends and the best way to utilise Apple’s Final Cut Pro X, Motion and Compressor or Adobe’s powerful Creative Cloud applications whether you are a standalone designer, education professional or broadcast editor.
His knowledge of workflows and round-tripping through the various post-production software products brings a holistic approach to training courses delivered by him. He continues to in-source edit and animation jobs for corporate video and broadcast television clients as it allows him the opportunity to apply the best-practice techniques he evangelises in his classes. In 2014, Keith was appointed an Adobe Community Professional for the UK/Ireland charged with sharing his product expertise with the world-wide Adobe community.