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GPDI511 - Intermediate Adobe Photoshop

IMPORTANT NOTE: Basic knowledge of Photoshop menus and the concept of layers is required. It is strongly recommended that students take "GPDI508 - Introduction to Photoshop" prior to enrolling in this workshop. Review of concepts covered in GPDI508 will NOT be included due to time constraint.

In the Intermediate Photoshop workshop students will get to review some of tools covered during the Photoshop I workshop and will build upon their knowledge by learning about adjustment layers and masks. Following a series of exercises students will get a chance to apply their knowledge by transforming images. Students will also be introduced to Photoshop tools used for portrait retouching.

Learning Objectives

In this workshop, participants will learn to:
1- Identify advanced features of Adobe Photoshop components
2- Utilize Adobe Photoshop features

Leaders Information

This workshop is led by Constanza Silva.

Constanza Silva is a PhD candidate in the Department of Education at Concordia University. Her doctoral thesis examines actor-network theory as a methodology for examining media coverage of issues in higher education. Silva holds an MFA from Concordia University and a BFA from Emily Carr Institute (now University) of Art and Design, with specializations in robotics, installation, photography and video. As an artist and educational technologist, she has produced numerous client-based projects that integrate current pedagogical, technological and design approaches. Silva’s knowledge of computational technologies and their affordances and her versatility with a wide range of software applications will be assets in these introductory through advanced courses.

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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