- Penryn Campus
- 5 days full-time
- Direct line
- 01326 253688
Intensive course | 24-28 April (not open to Falmouth students)
- Mon 24 April 2017 9.30-16.30
- Tues 25 April 2017 9.30-16.30
- Weds 26 April 2017 9.30-16.30
- Thurs 27 April 2017 9.30-16.30
- Fri 28 April 2017 9.30-16.30
Intensive course | 17-21 July (not open to Falmouth students)
- Mon 17 July 2017 9.30-16.30
- Tues 18 July 2017 9.30-16.30
- Weds 19 July 2017 9.30-16.30
- Thurs 20 July 2017 9.30-16.30
- Fri 21 July 2017 9.30-16.30
This five-day course is designed to equip you with the skills needed to edit imagery for web, print or mobile devices using Adobe Photoshop, the industry standard image editing and manipulation software.
You'll learn to use layers, apply effects and filters to create special effects, including lighting and textures. On the last day, you'll take the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) entry-level certification exam.
Who is this course for?
This course is for all levels of Photoshop users, from complete novices to seasoned users, who may want to take this class to rid themselves of bad Photoshop habits. You do not need to have any prior Photoshop knowledge.
What you'll learn
- Understand digital images and resolution
- Non-destructive editing using adjustment layers
- Enhance an image by removing colour cast
- Compensate for flash lighting and red eyes
- Increase/decrease the contrast and brightness of your artwork
- Create simple compositions
- Use and manage colour in Photoshop effectively
- Create type and produce simple shapes
- Output an artwork for web
- Understand Smart Objects and filters
- Produce advanced face retouching and manipulation techniques
- Work with advanced compositions
The order may change to accommodate different learning styles.
The ACA exam
You'll take the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) exam on the last day of the course. For more on the exam, look at the Photoshop ACA course objectives.
What else should I know?
Should you fail the exam there is a £30 re-take fee.
This course is delivered by Victoria Weavers, Software Trainer at Falmouth University.