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Why learn Photoshop?

Use Photoshop to create artwork or manipulate photos. Retouch, merge different components, resize images for different media, and more. More…Photo editing and moreAt very least you will find Photoshop invaluable for managing photos, colour correcting, resampling, cropping and saving in appropriate formats for different print or web.This photo editing program allows you to apply a stunning array of filters and effects, colour correct your photos, add things to or remove things from your photos, and use masks for controlling what is seen.To take full advantage of Adobe’s graphics editing suite, take advantage of effective Photoshop training from Grasshopper Graphics & Animation.

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Photoshop Level 1 » 2 daysCourse aim:After 2 days you’ll know how to use Photoshop to modify photos using adjustment layers to apply colour correction; use healing tools to touch up parts of an image; crop images; resize; save for web; use masking; combine or merge sections from different photos and much more.Recommended for:Anyone new to Photoshop or wanting to develop their skills.Contents include:Making selections • managing layers • blend modesColour • fill options • brush tool • filters • effectsColour correction: levels • curves • hue saturation •  shadows & highlights • understand the histogramTouch up photos • combine elements from different images • merge photos • manage masksImage size • resolution • resampling • croppingText • Smart objects  • vector objects • file formats

 

 

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