WORKSHOP ALERT: Adobe In-Design and Photoshop Publication

ASIS&T@Pratt is hosting an Adobe In-Design and Photoshop Publication Workshop that will be instructed by certified expert Scott Citron this Saturday. It will be a lively 3-1/2 hour workshop that will help you start exploring the interface and tools of Adobe InDesign and Photoshop. By the end of the class you’ll learn to combine all these techniques and create a simple and attractive newsletter for publication.

What: Adobe In-Design and Photoshop Publication Workshop

When: this Saturday, April 12th. 2:30 PM – 6:00 PM

Where: Pratt Manhattan Campus Room 606

Cost: FREE and open to all current SILS students

RSVP: email

More info: Over the course of the workshop, we’ll learn the following skills:

Adobe In-Design
How to create and set up a document and custom Workspace
Why master pages are important
How to import text and graphics
Resizing, aligning, and fitting photos and graphics
Typesetting essentials, working with colors and swatches
Leveraging the power of paragraph, character, and object styles
Preflighting your documents, packaging your project when completed and
preparing PDFs for print or electronic distribution

Adobe Photoshop
Exploring the Photoshop interface and essential keyboard shortcuts
Basics of exposure correction
The importance of image sharpening
Selection techniques
Understanding the power of Layers
Resizing and resampling images
Adjustment Layers and Smart Objects
Understanding file formats


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