KNOWLEDGE BOWL School of Photography
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS for Photographers
*** HAVE FUN Getting started in Digital touchup in the Digital Darkroom ***
Learn to have complete control over your digital images with skills in digital enhancement. This is the course to take to create stunning images. This course is specially designed for photographers, equipping you with the necessary skills that are relevant to digital photography touchup and manipulation.
- Introduction to Photoshop Elements
- Using the Organizer
- Cropping Images
- Fixing Tilted Pictures
- Correcting Pictures that are Too Dark/Light
- Improving Colours
- Fixing Blurry & Grainy Photos
- Red-eye Removal
- Portrait Retouching: Getting Rid of Eye Bags
- Portrait Retouching: Softening Wrinkles
- Portrait Retouching: Removing Blemishes
- Portrait Retouching: Whitening Teeth
- Portrait Retouching: Smoothing Skin
- Using Levels
- Increasing Contrast Effectively
- Improving Colour Intensity
- Sharpening Images
DECEMBER Intake (Available)
Session 1: 23rd December 2012, Sunday, 1pm to 5pm
Session 2: 6th January 2013, Sunday, 1pm to 5pm
S$200.00 (8 Hours)
Kheng How (Adobe Certified Expert and Instructor)
190 Middle Road #04-28 Fortune Centre Singapore 188979
In case if you missed any class, you can make up in the next batch.
*All participants to bring their own laptop with Adobe Photoshop ELEMENTS installed.
*For participants without the software, a 30-day trial version will be provided.
Please be in class 30 minutes early should you require software installation.
You can make payment by cash, NETS or cheque preferably one week prior to the course commencement date to facilitate our administration.
190 Middle Road,
#04- 28 Fortune Centre,
Monday to Sunday 12pm to 9pm
Please feel free to email us for enquiries email@example.com
We look forward to your confirmation and support.
The instructor for this course is Kheng How, an Adobe Certified Expert and Certified Instructor. He has many years of experience in teaching and he is popularly known as "Mr Patient", as many students find him willing to impart his skills patiently.
Not to be missed.