Photoshop Master Workshop

Photoshop Master Workshop

497.00

April 13th & 14th 2019 - @ Almost Gold
10am - 5pm - Breakfast/Lunch included

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In this intensive weekend workshop, you’ll learn how to use Adobe Photoshop for professional projects with total command of navigation, workflow, and features. This curriculum starts with an introduction of Photoshop techniques, tools, design theory, layers, and masking for a strong foundation. Then, put your practical skills to use with a variety of real-world applications during several guided projects.

In addition to 12 hours of training, you’ll also receive a resource guide and a certificate of completion. Learn professional Photoshop tricks, like non-destructive editing, advanced blend-if layer styles, creating custom transparency via masks and using warp tools, plus familiarize yourself with industry-standard plug-ins for efficient workflows. This ultimate course is geared toward digital production for Film, Advertising, Games and Animation with a wide range of styles for both 2D and 3D Photoshop design.

Professional projects cover digital painting, where you’ll practice creating custom brushes and patterns with a deeper understanding of digital color. Then, dive into the world of digital photography, photo compositing, retouching, and post-process finishing. Crate and practice on projects that expand your skillset and put new tools to the test with guided challenges, including color grading, digital painting, compositing, photo-retouching, graphics creation, digital photo processing techniques, and more.

Includes:

  • Lots of hands-on practice projects

  • In-depth look at tools, plug-ins, layers, masks and more

  • Professional, real-world application

  • Tons of lectures, live demos, examples, and class exercises

  • Professionally art-directed reviews to polish your work

  • Usage of Adobe Photoshop on Wacom Cintiq Drawing Displays

  • Resource guide & freebies

  • Certificate of completion


    *Additional imagery by Von Glitschka and Travis Overstreet