Students advance in Photoshop expertise

The Creative Illustrative Technique students furthered their grasp on Photoshop literacy on day two of the MIPA workshop.

After their first lesson on layers, program tools and colors, students continued to advance in Photoshop by creating cartoons, changing text effects and learning how to convert a picture into a painting.

“I originally signed up for this class so that I could learn how to edit pictures and make better cutouts,” student Catie McIntosh said. “I ended up learning a bunch of new things about Photoshop I never knew existed.”

Instructor Chad Bennett works with a student to improve a Photoshop spread. Students work on new spreads based off the lesson of that day.

Instructor Chad Bennett works with a student to improve a Photoshop spread. Students work on new spreads based off the lesson of that day.

Once students complete their new spreads, they walk around the room to catch a glance at the work of their peers.

“It’s interesting to see what everybody else is creating and what they’re taking away from the lesson,” McIntosh said. “I may learn one thing, but somebody across the room may learn something completely different. The class offers so much for people to study.”

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