Jul 28, 2011
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
|Contact Name||David Kinton|
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In this class you will learn the advanced skill of masking. Using layer masks you can nondestructively conceal parts of an image or an adjustment made to an image. With masks you can also isolate and manipulate specific parts of an image. Masks are convenient in that they can be edited repeatedly without permanently affecting the underlying image. Masks are a key component to creating photo collages.
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.