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CTC Computer Training - ECDL Equal Skills E-Citizen FAS Courses 0719623252 » News & Courses

Overview

This course introduces participants to Digital Photography. It will teach participants how to correctly take digital photographs, download them onto a PC, manipulate them (using an application called Photoshop Elements) and then finally print them.

Suitability

The course is open to all age groups. It is recommended that Digital Photography Level 1 is completed before joining this course.

Content

Camera

Experimenting with preset modes/Macro function/extreme close-up photos/White Balance/Depth of Field/ IOS(Light Sensitivity) settings/Video Mode

Editing in Adobe Photoshop Elements 3

Setting Computer Screen Resolution/Using Levels to adjust Colour and Contrast/Replacing Colour in an image/Using the full range of ‘Selection’ tools/Sharpening soft focus images/A closer look at Filters and Creative Picture Effects/ A closer look at ‘Layers’ - Adjustment and Masking Layers/Additional tutorials will include;/Making a Picture Package (numerous pictures on a single sheet)/How to make a Panoramic from?multiple sequential images/How to fix distortion and perspective/Changing/replacing backround

Printing

Tutor

Tony Murphy, Dip AD, H. Dip, MA

Qualification

CTC Certificate of Attendance

Schedule

3 Saturday Mornings 9.30am-1.30pm

Cost

E160

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