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Photoshop for Architects 2.0: 3-Day Intensive Workshop
|Event Type:|| ||Seminar/Wkshop|
|Facility:|| ||Architecture and Community Design (HMS)|
|Presented By:|| ||School of Arch. & Community Design|
This workshop will teach students the basics of Adobe Photoshop, enabling students to generate compositions from a two dimensional surface and enhancing its readability through line weights, color,
tone, artistic creativity, and personal expression.
This course will be used for learning Photoshop’s basic functions and will also serve as a catalyst for the design process, further increasing productivity and efficiency. Additionally, students will be taught
how to apply parts of their design projects that utilize photos, digital media, and free-hand media to develop their compositions and explore issues of representation.
The first half of class time will be spent working on assignments that explore Photoshop functions and
how they are applied to create the final image. Students will learn how to manipulate images to address the needs of a specific project.
The latter portion of the class will be dedicated to critique and feedback from the instructor. Student examples from in-class will be presented to demonstrate variations of the in-class exercise.
Material being covered:
Home screen / Tools Panel / Hot keys
Photos / Retouching
Light / Shade / Shadows
Drawings / Plans / Sections / Elevations
Perspectives / Rendering
Layouts / Presentation
Additional technical issues addressed:
- The correct file type for saving/printing; for digital media.
- Vectors and why they are necessary.
- File management and how to prevent PS from crashing.
- The Color Wheel
- CMYK vs. RGB
- DPI vs. PPI
- Tiffs, Jpegs, Bitmaps, etc.
3-day Intensive Workshop
Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday, November 8, 9, 10
5pm to 9pm in the SACD Computer Lab, HMS 106
Course Start Date: Tuesday, November 8th
Course Schedule: 3 days, 4 hours/day
Instructor: Jason Abrams
Plan A: USF Student $325.00
Plan B: Non USF Student $395.00
Plan C: Professional $450.00
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|Start Time:|| ||5:00 PM|
|End Time:|| ||9:00 PM|