Photoshop CS2 Advanced
In this course, you’ll work with the advanced tools and features available in Adobe® Photoshop® CS2 to enhance your images and learn techniques to increase your efficiency and create a variety of interesting effects. Included is: Isolating image areas by creating and saving Masks with specialized tools, commands, modes and layer elements. You’ll learn how to use vector paths for a variety of purposes, including masking, clipping paths, and illustration. You’ll also create and apply creative elements and generate special effects ranging from distorted type to simulating natural media paint realistically.
- Course Objectives:
- ● Work with advanced tools and techniques to create accurate masks, and for better image editing flexibility.
- ● Create, edit, and save vector paths; and also convert a path to prevent pixels outside it from being printed.
- ● Create and save swatches, gradients, and patterns to fill image areas.
- ● Use Photoshop’s wide range of tools and techniques to create special effects in images.
- ● Use the Actions palette to combine a series of commands into a single command and to create keyboard shortcuts for frequently used commands.
Prerequisites: Photshop CS2 Introduction, Photoshop CS2 Scanning & Color Correction(or equivalent knowledge).
Lunch wil be on your own. Please make sure to park in the Rear Parking Garage, located behind the building. (Parking is free.) Parking Garage Directions: If you are facing the front of the PNC building, bear right and drive around towards the rear of the building. There will be a side access road on the right with a small sign directing you to the parking garage. Since its a bank owned building, there is heavy security. You may enter the building at the building’s rear entrance. Upon entering, and before leaving, please make sure to sign in/out at the Security desk. Ask for directions to the Resolutions Training, Suite 150.
*Please note that the check should be made payable to South Central Workforce Investment Board and mailed to MA, 160 Roosevelt Ave., Suite 400, York PA 17401.
This training is supported by funding through the Department of Labor and Industry.