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This is an introduction to course policies and procedures, as well as a breakdown of weekly tasks and learning opportunities.
Students learn how to become a better leader and learn why the course material is relevant to their career goals.
Students learn the importance of learning more than one set of skills, and how diversity can lead to further employment opportunities.
Students learn to make time management a priority. Time management, in many cases, determines the success or failure of a business.
A quiz for comprehension of course expectations and offerings. Please review the introduction lecture before attempting the quiz.
This is simply a brief overview of Section 2, including a preview of upcoming course content.
Students will learn how lenses affect the final outcome of an image.
Students will learn the importance of memory cards, their various types, and purposes.
Review the exporting video and memory cards PowerPoint before attempting the quiz.
This is an overview of the selection tools and where they are located in the PhotoShop workspace.
This is the first Photoshop lab and teaches students how to make selections in the workspace.
Students learn that selections may not be beneficial as they may seem in terms of professional photography.
Solution to the earlier selection practice, including a thorough walkthrough of the lab.
Students learn how to remove bad filters and are familiarized with the selective color tool.
Students learn the importance of layers in photography.
Students learn how to make an image black and white in post-processing.
Students learn how to make the background black and white and the subject full color.
Students learn how to limit the use of selection tools when extracting from a green screen.
This assessment covers all material so far in the course. Please complete sections 1 through 4 before beginning.
Students will learn how to retouch small areas such as acne and moles.
Students will learn how to remove (and decrease the level of) wrinkles.
Students will learn how to retouch a photograph without over- and under- exposing the image.
Students will learn how to change facial structure and body features to meet client demands.
This is the final hands-on exam. Make sure you complete all other course content before beginning.
A special thank-you for completing the P210 Photography and PhotoShop Integration course.
Zachary is a graduate of Indiana University's East Campus and majored in Business Administration. Zachary currently works for Purdue University Extension as a director of photography and social media promotion. In the past, Zachary has worked for the Walt Disney Company in Orlando, Florida as a front-line cast member and at WT Apparel as a graphic artist.