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An introduction to Adobe Photoshop, the imaging software application used by professional graphic artists to create and modify images for use in print and web media. This graphic design training course includes topics about working with the tools and user interface, working with selections, retouching, correcting, and enhancing photographs, layer basics, masking, compositing, preparing files for the web, and more. Students learn through hands-on practice and a series of creative projects.

Note: Basic Mac or PC computer knowledge required. In-person students must bring a thumb drive to class, minimum 8GB. Online participants must have Adobe Photoshop CS6 or Adobe Creative Cloud installed on their computers.

Online students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda.com. Students will be required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access.

Course Number: ART-40311
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)
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