Digital Imaging I with Adobe Photoshop
This course provides the student with basic to intermediate fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop, the dominant application in the world of digital image creation, adjustment, and alternation. Students are introduced to the tools commonly needed to create, edit, retouch, enhance, modify and manipulate digital images. In this hands-on course, students are encouraged to explore their digital imaging objectives and express their creative talents with the practical classroom projects.
While a basic understanding of computer operations is essential, imagination and an eye for detail is recommended. This course is for photographers, print or web designers, digital artists, etc., looking to understand how to alter still images – subtly or significantly – and turn them into works of art, or for those looking to make greater use of images in the fields of communication, marketing, advertising, web and interactive design, or even film and video.
This course runs 10 classes ( and spans Sept 24 -Nov 26, 2015) Prerequisite: A good, working knowledge of computers and strong file management skills. Access to a computer and the internet outside of class will be encouraged. The instructor will be available for discussions before and after classes, and will provide an email contact should further assistance be required.
Check the NSCC Official “Digital Imaging I” web page for more details and admission information. The course outline is provided here Course Outline – Digital Imaging Fall 2015, but is subject to adjustment and alteration as the needs of the class dictate.