This course is easily accessibly to those who have never used Photoshop before but want to progresses with their artistic skill level. Parts 1 and 2 will benefit even those who may already use Photoshop on a regular basis. Get the confidence to move your artwork and photographs to the next level.
Adobe Photoshop is the industry standard for creating raster/bitmap graphics. This incredibly deep program is used for graphic and web design, image manipulation, photo restoration, digital illustration, and even creating textures, lighting maps, and bump maps for 3D modeling and animation. If it has to do with graphics in any way, you can bet you will find Photoshop at the heart of things. Photoshop also includes increasingly powerful tools for creating vector graphics and type.
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Norman, OK 73070
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