Photoshop for Digital Photographers - BespokeComputer Graphics Training
- 14 hours of class
What you'll learn on the course
Teachers and trainers (2)
Greg worked for a number of years within the print industry as a typesetter, eventually owning and running a printing firm. With his vast experience he is able to pass on his working knowledge from both sides - the graphic and print industries and is uniquely placed to train anyone wanting to learn these skills and become an industry professional. He specialises in Adobe InDesign, Quark Xpress, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Lightroom and Final Cut.
Tina was formally trained as a Graphic Designer. In 1982 she set up her own design and advertising business and in 1992 she shifted her focus of attention to providing multi-media training across a range of software applications on both Apple Macs and Windows, whilst at the same time continuing to practice on a day-to-day basis as a marketing and design consultant, diversifying and combining traditional marketing with the web-based e-marketing and in particular search engine optimisation. Today, she divides her time between running the business, training and her first love – design.
CGT offers digital photography courses which cover composition and lighting
techniques, the technical aspects of photography (exposure, depth of field etc) and what to do with the images once you have gotten them out of the camera (image processing in Photoshop, using images for both web and print).
Teaching is customised to individual clients requirements, so can include specialist aspects, such as, colour management and digital camera profiling, if need be.
CGT's bespoke courses are aimed at individuals, or 2-3 people at most from the same company. The training is very much hands-on: you will be taking lots of photos and working on them.
CGT's bespoke courses are delivered by one expert to one person or a small group from one company either at our high-tech studio or with the additional option of being held on-site at your workplace.