Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop Training Course

1 Day Course | 1 Delegate £295 plus VAT
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Course Overview

This one-day course provides you with the concepts and skills to use Adobe Photoshop effectively. You get hands-on practice working through to intermediate techniques to get the most out of your experience. You will use Adobe Photoshop tools for retouching and enhancing images and working with advanced compositions.

Course Outline

Interface and Image Basics

  • Overview of the Photoshop interface
  • Choosing the correct file format
  • How image size and resolution works

Tools for colour

  • Brush types and how to adjust them
  • Changing colours using pantone and numerical colour codes
  • Background and canvas colour

Tools for selection

  • Marquee tools
  • Magic wand and lasso
  • Transforming selections

Using layer masks

  • Creating and modifying a layer mask
  • Applying the gradient tool to a mask

Working with layers

  • Introduction to layers
  • The Layers panel
  • Blending and opacity
  • Transforming layers
  • Merging layers
  • Working with multiple layers
  • Layer effects

Adjusting images

  • Destructive and non-destructive techniques
  • Colour balance
  • The healing tool
  • The clone tool
  • Removing red-eye

Who will benefit from Adobe Photoshop?

This course will benefit staff who wish to learn the tools of Adobe Photoshop to enhance your creative project. You will learn how to use the tools and features to edit, analyse and arrange images, graphics and videos.

By the end of the course delegates will have gained the following benefits:

  • Become familiar with the Photoshop interface
  • Learn how to use and adjust colours
  • Master the different selecting tools
  • Feel confident with layers and gradients
  • Gained an understanding of how to edit and adjust images and graphics

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