Exploring Photoshop Elements: Beginners Hands On
Instructor: Robert Renfrow
March 31, April 7, 14, 21, 28, 2020
Tuesdays 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
$160 museum members/$210 nonmembers
Whether you are a photographer using a digital camera, or a painter who takes digital photos for reference or for documenting/submitting your paintings, knowing what to do with your digital images after taking the shot is essential. Learn to use Adobe Photoshop Elements – a low cost yet powerful tool for basic digital image processing. Beginners will learn easy ways to correctly size images for either printing or emailing, remove color tints, use layers, select parts of one image to add to another (great for making reference photos to paint from), retouch, get rid of red eye, add text and find out how to “rescue” a poorly exposed photograph. Be introduced to the Elements Organizer. Wish you hadn’t taken the reunion photograph with that telephone pole sticking out of the top of your friends head? It’s an easy fix in Photoshop Elements! Take the next step with your digital photographs in this “beginner friendly” class.