Adobe Photoshop Lab – February 7, 2018
8 to 8:30 AM networking/registration/set up/breakfast
8:30 to 10:30 AM Lab/Instruction
10:30 to 11AM Q&A
Have you ever received a photo from a team member that would be perfect if only it was a little…better? Have you ever wished you could edit images to make them into stunners? Well you’re in luck!
This workshop is intended for those with a base knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and would like to strengthen their knowledge of image post-processing while reinforcing best practices. The course will focus heavily on image manipulation, post-production and finalization. The lab is divided into two parts with the first being a demonstration of numerous tips and tricks in regard to two scenarios; photo editing and rendering editing. In the second portion, participants will work on their own images (brought to the course) to work hands on in strengthening the image quality.
This workshop is recommended for those with a working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop. It is NOT recommended for advanced users and is ideal for those who wish to focus on image editing and post-processing.
- Registrants should bring a laptop to the session (Windows or Mac is fine)
- You are HIGHLY recommended to also bring a mouse for your laptop (working on a track pad is not advised)
- Participants are asked to bring one photograph and one rendering with them to use during the class
- Light breakfast will be served
Director of Marketing, Coscia Moos Architecture
Adjunct Professor, Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University)
Betty F. Bluvshtein is a trained architect whose career has spanned multiple disciplines. From architecture, graphic design, photography to marketing, Betty is a jack of all trades who brings her diverse experience to the A/E/C marketing industry. She has assisted in the rebranding of numerous firms, designed numerous publications and proposals, and currently sits on the AIA Pennsylvania Communications Committee. Betty is an Adjunct Professor who teaches digital representation courses with a focus on the Adobe Suite software. As the Director of Marketing for Coscia Moos Architecture, Betty oversees all graphic standards, brand standards, social media, and creation of proposals. She has a Bachelor of Architecture from Temple University and a Master of Architecture II from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.
AIA Learning Objectives
- To introduce Adobe Photoshop as a marketing tool within the A/E/C industry
- To teach how to effectively navigate and use the software, both as a primarily image post-processing tool
- To have individuals work alongside the presenter and create a post-processed image
- To reinforce the use of the software and how it relates to the entire Adobe suite
This program has been approved for 1 AIA CES LUs and 1 CPSM CEUs.
Cost: Members $20; Nonmembers $40
Register by 2/4/18 by 11 PM
Special Thanks to Our Event Sponsor:
Pennoni | 1900 Market St Suite #300, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Cancellations made two weeks prior to the event will be fully refunded, minus a $10 processing fee. Due to SMPS Philadelphia’s commitment with vendors, all cancellations after that time and no-shows will be ineligible for a refund, though a registrant maybe substituted for another at no charge up until 24 hours prior to the event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.