Photoshop CS5 for the Digital Photographer II
If you already know the basics of Photoshop CS5, take your photo-editing skills to the next level by mastering its advanced features.
In these lessons, you'll explore a wide range of options including portrait editing, image distortion, and filters. In addition, you'll learn how to make the most of Adobe's award-winning layers option by combining images with layers and combining layered work with CS5's tabbed windows feature—a great tool for multi-image work.
You'll also see how and when to use raw images, and you'll discover when to use JPEGs for outstanding prints and projects. You'll be amazed with the new HDR options and the dynamic results.
If you haven't fully unlocked the mysteries of Photoshop CS5, you'll find all the answers you need in this course. By the time you complete these fun, easy-to-follow lessons and hands-on activities, you'll be a true Photoshop guru.
Note: For students who have taken Photoshop for the Digital Photographer with CS3 or CS4
As of January, 2011, Our Photoshop for the Digital Photographer course has been substantially expanded, rewritten, and updated with CS5 and is now offered in a two-course format. If you've previously taken Photoshop for the Digital Photographer, here are some things to keep in mind if you're considering the new CS5 courses.
Photoshop CS5 for the Digital Photographer - Part I will be a review for most of you. It's updated and expanded and includes CS5-specific content, covering some subjects in more detail, but overall the basic information doesn't change that much from version to version. You will find these additions to Part I.
More detail on sizing, shaping, and image resolution
More extensive coverage of raw files and using the Camera Raw tool
More information on using Histograms
So which class to take? If you've taken one of my Photoshop for the Digital Photographer courses and feel comfortable with Photoshop and CS5 for basic work, you'll do well in Part II. If you'd like a refresher with updated material for CS5 and some expanded coverage, you may want to start with Part I. And, of course, students new to Photoshop should start with Photoshop CS5 for the Digital Photographer - Part I.