Photoshop Advanced Training in Sacramento
Adobe Photoshop offers unrivaled image manipulation capabilities and, for this reason, is the best-known software application for preparing photos and graphics for the commercial print environment and for the web. AcademyX's advanced Photoshop class in Sacramento covers Photoshop's advanced features and techniques used by graphics professionals. This course is taught by an Adobe-Certified Instructor provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform precision image adjustments and color separations required for commercial printing, and image optimization for displaying graphics online and on mobile phones. Upon completing this Advanced Photoshop course in Sacramento, you will be able to:
- Camera RAW in Photoshop
- Movie Mechandising Poster
- Color Profiles
- Sharpening Images
- Automating Photoshop
- Smart Objects
- Layer Comps
- Creative Compositing
- and much more! See full outline for Photoshop Advanced training
Photoshop Advanced Course Reviews:
Rated 4.9/5 based on 63 student reviews.
"Excellent, covered all aspects of Photoshop which I expected to learn and was outlined on your site."
- Craig Cisek, US Air Force
"An excellent class. Well paced. The instructor stopped frequently to check for the understanding of his students. Outstanding learning experience."
- Susanjane Hartwig, Photoshop Advanced Course
"I really liked the class. The instructor was very good at explaining the lesson and helping out when I'd get lost."
- Samantha, US Air Force
- Edwin Lacuzong, Photoshop Advanced Course
"Very good, instructor was excellent, kept it interesting. He was happy to answer real life questions, I am coming away with much more than I did the beginning class."
- Terri Neggers, Pacific Coast Supply, North Highlands
"Great course. Having the second monitor to follow along with the instructor is a brilliant idea."
- Aaron, Rancho Cordova
"Great job. Patient with a very friendly teaching style. Comforable pace."
"It touched on many things that were important to my work and I think it will be very helpful."
- Lynn Ruward, University of Nevada, Reno, Reno