Digital Art Using Adobe Photoshop and Premiere for 16 to 18 Year Olds
On this experimental course students will take a less traditional approach to art making. By learning a variety of digital image manipulation techniques using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Premiere Pro you will learn to create unique and interesting pieces while also learning the technical skills necessary to use each program. This will be achieved by learning skills in collage, distortion, colour manipulation, transition and simple image animation.
Students will be able to create their own series of new artworks and through simple task-based activities there will be plenty of opportunity to experiment with techniques and find new ways to independently create work. The course will also respond to and include work of contemporary international artists, who use both traditional and digital manipulation within their practice. This course is a great opportunity to create some fabulous additions to your portfolio, helping them stand out from the crowd.
- Layers for drawing and collage / Transformation
- Colour manipulation / Distortion and effects
- Pattern creation / Perspective change
- Sequences / Simple stop motion
- Layering and nesting / Adding sound
Who should take this course?
This course is aimed at students interested in studying Art & Design, and looking to add something different into their Portfolio. It is also a great way to learn new Adobe Photoshop skills and find out about a selection of international contemporary artists who use computer manipulation in their work.
By the end of the course you will have developed your digital image manipulation skills and explored the possibilities of extending your ideas and working practices. On the final afternoon you will insert images of your work into a digital representation of a real gallery. All works created will be digital and can be printed out at home to be included in a portfolio.
Entry requirements: This course is aimed at beginners so prior use of photo or video editing is not essential
Please note: This course is for students aged 16 to 18 years old
Since graduating from Central Saint Martins, Daniel Wallis has worked with various galleries and museums including Tate Modern, Whitechapel, the Hayward Gallery and The British Museum running projects and courses that help people to explore concepts, generate ideas and make personal Interpretations. These projects have allowed Daniel to work with a diverse range of people including school groups of all ages, senior groups, families, and youth groups, often involve collaborating with other artists, film-makers, storytellers, historians, architects, actors, scientists and musicians.
He uses his work in these galleries and museums directly in his own artwork which explores the way we use knowledge and experience to make personal interpretations of artwork, objects and the world.
Take a look at Daniel's website
On the first class you will need:
- Memory stick/flash drive
- It's advisable to have a cloud storage space such as an iCloud or OneDrive account.