Adobe® Photoshop® CC (2015): Part 1 focuses on some of the basic features of Photoshop so that the student can navigate the environment and use Photoshop tools to work with photographic images. In addition, the orientation to Adobe® Bridge and organization of files in Bridge is covered. Although Photoshop is used by a variety of professionals, from photographers to designers to videographers, Photoshop Part 1 will focus mainly on the photography component. The illustration and animation techniques are covered in subsequent levels of Photoshop.
This course covers the Visual Communication Using Adobe Photoshop CC objectives to help participants prepare for the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) exam. This course is also designed to cover the Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) exam objectives.
Cost: Price on application
Duration: 1 day
This course is not available as part of our public schedule but can be provided on a customised client specific basis.
To ensure your success in your course, you should have a basic comfort level with digital photography. For example, you have used a digital camera and have downloaded images to your computer or other storage device.
This course will prepare you to use the most common basic features of Adobe Photoshop CC. In this course, you will:
Identify the components and capabilities of Photoshop CC.
Create basic images.
Manage selections and layers.
Modify and repair images, and manage color.
Refine images by adjusting layers, using camera raw and applying advanced image refinement.
Import, export, organize, and save files.
Getting Started with Photoshop:
Organize Photoshop Assets by Using Adobe Bridge
Organize the Photoshop Workspace
Customize the Photoshop Workspace
Creating Basic Images :
Manage Image Elements and Formats
Apply Design Principles, Elements, and Graphic Composition
Work with Digital Devices
Managing Selections and Layers:
Use Selection Tools
Adjusting Images :
Implement Color Management
Refining Images :
Apply Camera Raw
Refine Images by Using Advanced Tools
Managing Files in a Production Workflow:
Import, Export, and Organize Files
Save Images for the Web
Save Images for Print
Format Images for Other Programs