Digital Imaging 2
Digital Imaging 2
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Going deeper than Digital Imaging 1, we introduce new concepts and greater attention to blending modes, advanced selections, and filters. In this course we emphasize colour management across your devices and work flow.
This course takes the knowledge provided in Digital Imaging 1 and takes it further, as well as introducing some new concepts and processes. More attention is given to blending modes, advanced selections, and filters, which will facilitate the creation of sophisticated photomontages and manipulated images. Colour management is emphasised, along with device profiling and printing. Advanced use of Photoshop and 3rd-party filters are also dealt with. Digital work is not just dealing with individual files, so processes around Digital Asset Management will be taught. The course also takes in a tour of Atkins Technicolour or Graphic Art Supplies, two of Adelaide’s leading photo/print processing and equipment supply services.
Non-destructive editing & automation
Blending modes and advanced automation techniques
Colour management for monitors, cameras and printers
Digital Asset Management (DAM)
Advanced channels and bit depth
Using text and graphic effects
Advanced sharpening techniques
Des Berwick teaches this course and says
“This is an exciting course to teach because the level of discovery is so high. The students are learning a huge amount about digital editing in a short space of time, and it’s great to see the ‘a-ha’ moments happening in class. This class is not just about learning technique, it’s about a significant change in your depth of understanding of how Photoshop, Lightroom and other tools can be applied to maximise the quality of your output.”
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Fee By Instalment
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Early Enrolment Discount
A $40 discount applies if full payment is made before the Term Census Date. This discount will already be applied to the online price, and flagged as on "sale".
Introduction to Photography
Digital Imaging 1
9 weeks, 3 hours per class. Students should expect to do an extra 6 hours a week of their own work.
Digital camera with manual controls
Adobe Photoshop is recommended for homework
Students are responsible for any output costs