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Adobe Photoshop Workshop for Beginners

Contributed by Becky Lane on 04/02/21 

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Learn how to edit and manipulate photographs using Adobe Photoshop! In this 1-hour Zoom session, participants will learn the basic tools and tricks needed to effectively use Photoshop, the industry-standard photo editing software program.

When Wednesday, April 7th from 5:30-6:30pm

Where: Zoom. Preregister here.

This free workshop is brought to you by IT@IC’s Center for Creative Technology and is open to all IC students, staff and faculty. Taught by Creative Technology Specialists Gabrielle Topping and Sean Fiske.  

For Photoshop access on campus, check here: https://iclabs.ithaca.edu/software

The Center for Creative Technology (CCT) has three components: A Makerspace with a 3D Printer, vinyl cutter, sewing machines, hand tools and materials; A Digital Storylab with a podcasting studio, Alienware/Mac Pro video editing stations, Wacom tablet, and Creative Cloud access; and IC Immersive, with Oculus Quest headsets where you can play, explore and design in virtual reality.  It's open to the entire IC community, so make an appointment to visit us in Friends 102 and Job 102 at  https://ithaca.siso.co Watch for more workshops, group learning opportunities and events coming soon! Questions? Email our Creative Technology Specialists at cct@ithaca.edu.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact The Center for Creative Technology at cct@ithaca.edu. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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