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LNMC Workshop: Introduction to Photoshop (11:30)

Lyons New Media Centre

Thursday, June 14, 2012 from 11:30 AM to 12:20 PM (EDT)

Hamilton, Ontario

LNMC Workshop: Introduction to Photoshop (11:30)

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Are you interested in learning Photoshop but don't know where to begin?

Do you need a refresher on the interface, the tools and the uses?

Come join us at the Lyons New Media Centre for a free, one hour introductory course on Adobe Photoshop. This first workshop is geared toward students who possess little to no experience with the program, or who are looking to strengthen their basic understanding of Photoshop while learning about the new CS 5.5 interface.

By the end of the workshop, students will be able to:

  • Understand the uses and applications of Adobe Photoshop
  • Open the program and associated files
  • Navigate the interface and understand the basic toolset
  • Perform basic image and colour correction to a photo
  • Understand image sizing
  • Understand output/saving formats

We ask that students bring a willingness to learn, a desire to be creative, and that they leave their fear of new applications at the door.  Questions are welcomed, and because of the small class size we will be able to work at a pace suitable for all attendees.  The workshop begins at 11:30 sharp.

The course will be led by Greg Atkinson from the Science Media Lab (atkinson@mcmaster.ca).

Have questions about LNMC Workshop: Introduction to Photoshop (11:30)? Contact Lyons New Media Centre

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Lyons New Media Centre
4th Floor, Mills Memorial Library
McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario L8S4L8
Canada

Thursday, June 14, 2012 from 11:30 AM to 12:20 PM (EDT)


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Lyons New Media Centre

Located on the 4th floor of Mills Library at McMaster University, The Lyons New Media Centre is a newly renovated space for the innovative use of new and traditional media in teaching, learning and research at McMaster.

Spaces include video and audio editing workstations, group viewing rooms, video-gaming rooms, and a classroom.

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