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Introduction To Image Editing And Formatting

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This course is an introduction to image editing and its role in the disciplines of web design, electronic publishing and multimedia development. An overview is presented on image editing software applications, file formats, composition, color, text design, retouching, and manipulation of graphic and photographic images.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Image Preparation and Presentation

    • Examine techniques to prepare images for print.
    • Identify best practices for creating Web graphics.
    • Create an image portfolio.

    Introduction to Image Editing

    • Identify various image editing software applications.
    • Compare and contrast image file formats.
    • Perform basic editing tasks on an image.

    Photo Editing Fundamentals

    • Demonstrate the use of layers and selection tools.
    • Apply photo retouching tools and techniques.
    • Discuss color adjustment methods.

    Image Composition

    • Examine drawing, painting, and text manipulation tools and techniques.
    • Apply effective design principles in image composition.
    • Discuss the use of camera raw.

    Advanced Editing and Effects

    • Describe non-destructive editing techniques.
    • Examine the use of effects.
    • Explain masks and channels.
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