Image Editing And Implementation – it235 (3 credits)

Design elements such as basic composition, style, use of color, textures, graphic manipulation, photographic re-touching and text/font design are introduced. File formats, sizing, and packaging for export are covered in this class.

This undergraduate-level course is 9 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Navigation and Configuration

  • Identify various image editing software applications.
  • Compare and contrast image file formats.

Acquiring and Saving Images

  • Apply image optimization techniques.

Correcting and Restoring Images

  • Apply photo retouching tools and techniques.
  • Apply color adjustment methods.

Using Selection Tools

  • Demonstrate the use of multiple selection tools.

Creating and Managing Layers and Masks

  • Apply methods of layering within images.
  • Apply drawing, painting and text manipulation tools and techniques.

Adding Objects and Shapes

  • Apply effective design principles in an image composition.

Implementing Graphic Content

  • Examine the legal issues associated with image acquisition and implementation.

Saving and Organizing Images

  • Describe filters and effects.

Applying Effects, Filters, and Text

  • Explain layer masking.

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