Image Foundation (VCDP 1120)
Part of a graphic designer’s toolbox must include the careful and competent use of images in designs. Students will
learn how to source and select images with consideration of copyright laws, as well as develop proficiency in Adobe
Photoshop essential tools. Additionally, students will explore mixing and recognizing colour limitations in different colour spaces, making educated choices in resolution size and cropping for various applications, making basic selections and retouching, and exploring layers. Through hands-on projects, students will work from simple guided experimentation towards the assembly of multiple images in a single document.
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