CIA - Intermediate Photoshop (Night Photography) - 27th, 28th September

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A follow-up to the "Basic Photoshop for Photographers" workshop, specially designed to widen knowledge of students whom will walk away with 2 set of skills - intermediate photoshop and night cityscape photography techniques.

This workshop begins with a practical outdoor shoot component with the instructor. And follow by classroom sessions which covers the approach/workflow of achieving the night cityscape 'photograph look', and after that, students will work on their own photos (using the iMac workstations provided during the class) guided by the instructor.

The knowledge imparted is compartible/generic to PC/Window Photoshop users too.
Open to all DSLR/mirrorless users.

If you already have the basic knowledge of the photoshop interface, understand basics of layers and masking, you are welcomed to join us and learn the new level of digital editing - to bring out the best in your photos.


Students are expected to have good knowledge of the following:

• Functionalities of your personal DSLR Camera.
• Basic photography theory (i.e. you know the configuration of TV, AV, M & B mode, why you would choose one over the other, and how to operate these modes to take photographs).
• Attended Photoshop Basics course at Canon Imaging Academy or have sound knowledge of photoshop interface, its usage of tools, layers and masking.


• Any DSLR camera with lenses
• A strudy tripod
• Cable release

Open to all DSLR users.

Workshop Details

Date : 27 Sept 2013 (Outdoor Shoot), 28th Sept (Classroom)
Duration : 10 hours in total (Sessions 2-4, 2hrs/session classroom)

Session 1 27 Sept 2013 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Session 2 28 Sept 2013 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Session 3 28 Sept 2013 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Session 4 28 Sept 2013 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Course Fee : SGD240 per pax

You may wish to contact Canon Imaging Academy for more details.
Tel: (+65) 6799 8686

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