[KNOWLEDGE BOWL] - ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5/6 for Photographers - 4th Oct 2013

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KNOWLEDGE BOWL School of Photography
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5/6 for Photographers

*** HAVE FUN Getting started in Digital touchup in the Digital Darkroom ***

Ever wondered how to enhance your pictures to make them look better than before? With the Photoshop CS5/CS6 software, you will be amazed at the amount of enhancement which can be done. With the knowledge on the usage of the software, it opens a new horizon to your world of photography. One need not be a professional to find the need to learn this software. Your desire to have nice photographs will justify your move to learn the usage of the software.

Conducted by Adobe Certified Instructor, the lessons are conducted in English language.

Participants are required to bring their own laptop with the software installed. In the event if you do not have the software, a trial version of the software can be installed 30 minutes prior to the start of first lesson.

Come and discover the world of digital imaging enhancement.

October Intake
Lesson 1: 4th October, Friday, 7.15pm – 10pm
Lesson 2: 11th October, Friday, 7.15pm – 10pm
Lesson 3: 18th October, Friday, 7.15pm – 10pm

S$280 (9 hours)

Chan Kheng How , Adobe Certified Expert and Adobe Certified Instructor

190 Middle Road #04-28 Fortune Centre Singapore 188979

Course Outline

  • The Photoshop Workspace
  • Using Adobe Bridge & Mini Bridge
  • Adobe Camera Raw
  • Adjustment Layers
  • Cropping and Straightening
  • Resizing Digital Images
  • Fixing Lens Problems
  • Correcting Colours
  • Enhancing Colours
  • Removing Unwanted Objects
  • Sharpening Images
  • Reducing Digital Noise
  • PLUS : Bonus Topic

If you are keen to join the class, kindly email to Steven at admin@sandvengroup.com with your name and contact number to register.

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.

Have fun with the images you have taken. It is not difficult, that is if you want to learn the new skills. You can DO IT!


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