Time: October 15, 2010 at 9am to October 16, 2010 at 4pm
Location: UHM Sakamaki C104
Street: 2530 Dole Street
Website or Map: http://www.outreach.hawaii.ed…
Phone: To register call 956-8400; for more information call 956-8244.
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Susan Horowitz
Latest Activity: Oct 15, 2010
This class aims to provide a solid grounding in the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop and is PNM’s comprehensive introduction to the program, designed for those who want to explore its full features. Adobe Photoshop is the universal image-editing program for photographers and designers. Through hands-on instruction, participants develop a solid foundation in the language, procedures, and tools needed to create, edit, and manipulate digital images. Areas covered include use and management of layers, color and tonal correction, multiple selection tools, image manipulation, compositing images, an introduction to channels and masks, and creative applications of Photoshop.
This course is designed for those with no prior experience in Photoshop, though some familiarity is helpful. A working knowledge of Photoshop is a prerequisite for all intermediate and advanced Photoshop workshops.
David Ulrich is a photographer and writer whose work combines traditional photography with digital imaging. Ulrich has taught digital applications for Pacific Imaging Center, Kodak’s Center for Creative Imaging, New York University, among others. For 15 years, he was an associate professor and served as the chair of the Photography Department at The Art Institute of Boston. He is a core faculty member of Pacific New Media.