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INTRO TO ADOBE PHOTOSHOP


INTRO TO ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS

Individuals take photographs every day. Subject matter ranges from candid family photos, fall scenery, a wedding, or maybe vacation pictures. Sometimes the images captured may not meet the photographer’s vision, and the photographer only wants to make some minor adjustments such as cropping or color correction.

This two-hour seminar is an introduction to Adobe Photoshop Elements, a scaled down and less expensive alternative to Adobe Photoshop. Instructor Jerry Mennenga will go over the basic tool of operation, touch on color correction and other image manipulation aspects of the program.

Students are not required to have the program to attend, but if students have Elements loaded on a laptop they are encouraged to bring the laptop and work on images under the guidance of Jerry during the seminar. There will not be any operational computers for students to use to learn Elements. 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26; 6 TO 8 P.M. 
Location: Dr. Robert H. Kiser Building, Room A113, ACE, Entrance 1
Fee: $30 / Max: 12 / Min: 4
Lifelong Learning membership required
Course #19/FY-CPDV-2673-01 

 

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