Center for Workforce & Continuing Education

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Digital Photography and Photoshop

Basic Fundamentals of Digital Photography 1.0

Learn basic skills like zoom, flash settings, framing, and shooting angles. Also learn how to store and transfer your image, e-mail photos, and use Windows applications like Adobe Photoshop Elements and Picasa. Bring your digital camera, with fully charged battery and memory card installed, and instruction manual to class. Extra fully charged batteries are recommended.

Digital Photography 2.0 

This class is designed to go beyond the camera basics. Learn the technical aspects of ISO, aperture, and shutter speed. Delve into the composition and artistry of creating great images. Explore the nuances of light and how it affects all types of images from still to portraits and landscapes. Finally, learn to use Photoshop to produce striking images. Live photography sessions will be scheduled both in the classroom and on location.

 


Photoshop CC 2017 for Photographers New!

Learn the tools and procedures you need to get started in Photoshop. You'll be more confident in your abilities and ready to reach higher, drill deeper into the magic of Photoshop, and edit like a pro!

 

Photoshop CC 2017 for Photographers 2.0 New!

The purpose of this class is to develop competency in Photoshop. Delve into the different capabilities of the digital darkroom and learn how to enhance your images with the various tools embedded in Photoshop. Utilize tools such as layers, color and exposure techniques, retouching, and healing. Develop specific techniques with stock images in class, and then confidently apply to your own personal images.

 


Myron Bursell, owner of Green Gables Photography, has been a photographer for 38 years. The Center for Workforce & Continuing Education (CWCE) offers courses in both Digital Photography and Photoshop utilizing his expertise. With Bursell's extensive knowledge and enthusiasm for photography, students leave as confident and competent photographers.

If you are interested in registering or have any questions, contact our program coordinator at ce@ccs.spokane.edu or 509.533.8483.