Jul 07, 2011
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
|Contact Name||David Kinton|
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Photoshop is a powerful imaging tool that lets you adjust and enhance images. In this class you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the Photoshop workspace environment and will be able to navigate with confidence into the myriad of menus and dialog boxes. You will also learn about the significance of different file formats, such as GIFs, TIFFs, JPEGs, and PSDs, when working with images for the Web or print. Our expert teachers will take the guess work out of this complex program with tips and techniques to help save you time and frustration.
Classes are held in 67 MacNider Hall, site of the Faculty Multimedia Development Lab, and last about an hour. They are open to SOM faculty and to staff and medical students working on faculty curriculum projects. Each class includes hands-on use of OIS equipment.