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​Master the effects that contribute to compelling images. Image Post Production explores the fundamentals of working with digital images acquired from capture, with a focus on the image optimization process within Adobe Photoshop. This course will demonstrate how to produce a high-quality image that can be reproduced for multiple purposes. Topics include colour theory as it relates to digital images, processing camera RAW files, non-destructive workflow within Adobe Photoshop, making selections, and working with layer masks. The course will be provided in a lecture/lab format with in-class exercises providing hands-on experience.​

Prerequisite(s)

  • 50% in GDES 1275 and 50% in GDES 1140
  • All Term 1 courses in the Graphic Design Certificate program must be completed before taking any Term 2 courses in the Graphic Design Certificate program.

Credits

3.0

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Related Programs

Image Post Production (GDES 2012) is offered as a part of the following programs:

School of Business + Media

  1. Graphic Design
    Certificate Full-time/Part-time
  2. Media Techniques and Marketing Communications
    Certificate Part-time

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