Masterclass Sharpening Digital Images
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We will be looking at the Sharpening workflow and the three stages of sharpening, Input/Capture Sharpening, Creative Sharpening and Output Sharpening. Review and use the various tools available in Photoshop for sharpening and how they fit into the three stages above.
This course is suited to anyone who wants to learn about sharpening digital images or those who wish to further develop their current skills.
This one day masterclass will look at the various tools available to us in Photoshop for sharpening our images. We will then look at how to use these tools in the three stages of the sharpening workflow namely:
- Input/Capture Sharpening
- Creative Sharpening
- Output Sharpening
Generally applied in camera and/or software whether your aware of it or not, it happens we will delve into what, why and how this area of sharpening happens.
Most likely the least used area of sharpening as it generally takes the most time and needs thinking about we will look at why and how to do Creative Sharpening.
In this section we will be addressing sizing and resolution of images prior to output sharpening. Sharpening for print and for the WEB, and finally naming conventions for your saved images.
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This course is hands on you will be learning about sharpening by practice. If time permits we will look at sharpening on your own images so please bring some along. Course hand-outs will be available to assist you to practice the tools and techniques learnt at home.
Please bring along a note book and pen, and any images you would like to discuss. If you would like to save any of your class work please bring a USB memory stick. Please bring a packed lunch with you. Practical help and advice is also provided to assist any students with any kind of disability or individual need, including people for whom English is not their first language. Please contact our Centre staff to discuss your needs prior to starting your course.