Adobe Photoshop For Artists Weekend
A knowledge of Photoshop has become essential software for all visual artists. This course is specifically aimed at those who want to use the work to extend and develop their practice. This can range from intervention/development of individual images to speculative visualisations for commission proposals.
Students will be asked to bring in their own materials to work from as this will allow more student-centred learning. The tutor will also take into account the needs and interests of the student group and each course will be adapted accordingly.
This course differs from many software courses in that the tutor is a fine artist who also works freelance in the print industry, teaches on an MA in Fine Art, and assists and facilitates artists on specific projects. This means that a different emphasis is given to learning, and topics covered can change depending on the needs of the group
- How to work with layers, correct/modify colour, retouching of existing image/modification of images and creation of collaged speculative images
- How to maintain quality of images and making complex selections
- Working with vectors within Photoshop
Who should take this course?
Students attending this course need to have basic computer skills, e.g know how to use email, basic knowledge of how to save.
Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older
Suky Best is a fine artist who works with print, video and animation. She uses digital technology to extend and develop her work. She works freelance in the print industry and has a wide knowledge of software and its industrial application. For examples of her artistic practice, www.sukybest.com
Please bring the following to the first session:
- Lots of images to work with, digital or works on paper to be scanned
- USB storage
- Notepad and pen