Spring Enrollment: Current students can enroll beginning Monday, Feb. 19. New students can enroll beginning Friday, Feb. 23. Online enrollment will begin Friday, Feb. 23. Click on your preferred class below to enroll.
The following Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom classes will be taught using Scott Kelby’s “How Do I Do That in Photoshop?” and “How Do I Do That in Lightroom?” respectively. It is encouraged you purchase the book that coincides with the class you’re taking to follow along with and have as a guide for editing outside of class. Books can be purchased at CityArts for $25 + tax.
Introduction to Adobe Lightroom
Edit, organize and export your photos all in one software. In this introductory Adobe Lightroom class, you will learn how to upload and organize your photos, how to customize the layout of your workspace and begin basic editing functions.
Introduction to Adobe Photoshop
This course is designed for beginners who want to learn how to finish their digital images in Photoshop. Discover the power and creativity waiting at your fingertips to design, alter, enhance and 'fix' your photos within this program. If you're new to Photoshop, don't be nervous. You'll start at the beginning and learn everything you need to know in a simple, everyday language to understand how to create, edit and manipulate photos. Photoshop is more than a photo editor. You'll be surprised at what you will learn to do.
Make your photos visually stunning. In this class, you’ll learn advanced editing tools, how to use brushes and how to create special effects.
Whether you want to use Photoshop to edit photos, design scrapbook pages or make original artwork, this class will give you the building blocks you need. You'll take a giant leap forward in creativity and productivity — and you'll also have a lot of fun! This course will help you become more familiar with the image editing and enhancement features of the software. You will explore how to digitally remove scratches and dust from images, combine images to create a composite image, filters, masking and layers.