InDesign for Newspaper moves onto Photoshop

The InDesign for Newspaper class instructed by Sara-Beth Badalamente switched software and began using Photoshop.

Homework from the last night was reviewed and the students continued to work towards their one-pager due at the end of the week. The students learned a few more tips before switching to Photoshop.

The morning session was a basic overview of what Photoshop is used for. Photoshop is an efficient tool for editing photographs. Using Photoshop, an individual can crop photos, resize photos, adjust and correct colors, touch-up photos, select filters, and create cutouts among other things.

“I have never used Photoshop before. It is fun to use because I really like designing things,” said Junior Theresa Benton of Mercy High School. “I like both InDesign and Photoshop because it’s fun to arrange things my own way. I have used programs that have a set template and I prefer designing my own page.”

The InDesign for Newspaper class follows along on how to cutout a photograph.  The students may utilize Photoshop to create work for their final project due at the end of the workshop.

The InDesign for Newspaper class follows along on how to cutout a photograph. The students may utilize Photoshop to create work for their final project due at the end of the workshop.

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