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Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator & InDesign Tips & Tricks: Level 2 - Overland Park

Event information

April 05, 12:00 PM – April 06, 4:00 PM

Presented By: Kansas Center for Career and Technical Education

Location: Johnson County Community College/Regnier Center #374

Address: 12345 College Blvd., Overland Park, KS 66210

Event details

**REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR THE FIRST 16 PARTICIPANTS**

 

Workshop Fee = $20.00 for 1 1/2 day training

 

**Workshop Runs Friday, April 5 from 12:00 - 4:00 pm AND Saturday, April 6 from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm**

 

Level 2 Workshop:

In a state-of-the-art dual-platform Mac and Windows classroom/lab, participants will work with a series of carefully constructed, step-by-step tips & tricks exercises which are most appropriate for anyone who has some prior experience working with these software applications. That said, even individuals with considerable experience will also find there are a good number of additional techniques and methods presented to make this course very worthwhile for them. We will move at a pace that is comfortable for all who attend. There will be plenty of time for one-on-one help with all that is presented.

Photoshop explores editing digital photographs in a variety of ways, both for image correction and for creative enhancement.

Illustrator concentrates on drawing symbolic objects and the integration of text. Absolutely no off-computer drawing experience is necessary, but minimal understanding of how to draw Bézier paths with the Pen Tool will be helpful, but not absolutely necessary.

InDesign provides a way to bring Photoshop and Illustrator imagery into multi-page documents. A fascinating array of techniques will be discussed.

  

Presenter/Bio:

Professor Barry Hincks currently chairs the Desktop Publishing Department at Johnson County Community College. Prior to his 25 years at JCCC Barry served as Hallmark Cards' Design Manager for the Creative Retail Environment business unit for 5 years. Before that Barry taught in and chaired the Graphic Design Department at the University of Cincinnati during his 5 year stay there. Following his BA degree from Occidental College near Los Angeles, California, Barry earned his MFA degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology where he was hired during his graduate program as a lecturer to teach photo design to senior level graphic design students. Barry's primary hobbies include travel with his wife Sara, full-time teaching, and photography.

Contact information

Tracey Eagon

http://kccte.pittstate.edu

620-235-6006