Photoshop - Basic editing for newsprint
FREE Seminar from the Illinois Press Foundation
Need help with basic PhotoShop editing for newsprint? Sign up for the free seminar to be held July 30 at Rend Lake College’s Pinckneyville campus. It’s geared toward smaller newspapers who have employees that need to edit photos for newsprint but have little or no experience with PhotoShop. This is a basic editing class. Topics will include dot gain, using levels, using filters, etc. Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop with PhotoShop installed so they can follow along on their own screen.
Time: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Date: July 30
Location: Rend Lake College
Murphy-Wall (Room 101) - Pinckneyville Campus
5680 State Route 154, Pinckneyville, IL
Topics to be addressed...
• Adjusting for dot gain
• Working with levels
• Working with layers
• Using filters
• Editing for black & white and color
• Editing for print and web
• Image modes: RGB, CMYK, Grayscale
• File types: .eps, .tif, .jpg
• Combining images/montages
PLUS, Beginning with a better image.
• Tricking a digital camera
• Manual overrides
• Spot meter
• Slave flashes
• Long exposures
with names of those attending or for more information, call 217-241-1300.
David Porter, Director of Communications & Marketing, Illinois Press Association