There are two parts to photography. The first is the successful
capture of an image in the camera. The second is to make a beautiful print of the image.
Many people are buying digital cameras nowadays, expecting high
quality images directly from the camera. They are often disappointed to find that the images from their expensive digital
camera, including modern digital SLRs, often look dull or 'flat'.
What most people don't realise is that it takes a lot of care to
create a beautiful print from a captured digital or film image. The care and expertise was traditionally applied during
the chemistry procedures of the wet darkroom. But in these modern times, the so-called "digital darkroom" is rapidly
replacing the wet chemical darkroom.
"Adobe Photoshop" is the most popular software used by professional
photographers and graphic artists for image editing. This class will teach you how to use the basic and most important
features of Photoshop to bring out the best in your digital images.