This Photoshop course teaches you more advanced techniques for photo editing. You are going to further develop the skills from the Photoshop Course and make a serious start at professional photo editing, meaning you are going to edit photos in more advanced way, paying attention to detail, contrast and colour values.
You will learn how to work for both on-screen media and print. All about restoration, resolution and more will be addressed. You will save files for different media and learn what to be aware of. This is an exciting course to produce graphics for presentations and press.
During the Photoshop Course Advanced you are going to increase your existing skills. Different techniques for colour adjustments and corrections of problem areas will be addressed. Colour casts will be removed, you will learn what to do to get the most out of every photo you use.
You will make a start to publish for both the internet and printed media. This means you will learn about image resolution. What is printable, what is not and what to be aware of when you edit images, all is addressed.
Not only image editing will be addressed, you will also learn how to restore images. You will remove and replace problematic areas such as wrinkles, pimples and missing portions of old pictures.
This course is for anyone who has to edit photos and other images for marketing, creative design and more. We assume your intention and interest are professional and/or creative.
This lesson of the Photoshop Course Advanced is dedicated to working for print. This means you are going to learn everything about image resolution: the heart behind all printing instructions and what you have to know when you want images to print properly.
Many resolution settings and options will be addressed to make sure you understand what you are doing. After all, creating a beautiful graphic that turns out unprintable is the most frustating thing and is a waste of your time and effort. A wrong setting can have desastrous results, let's address all this during this lesson.
PPI and DPI
During this lesson you will restore photos on a more advanced level. You will learn how to get rid of colour casts and how to use different document options and settings to affect the way your artwork looks.
You adjust colour balance and we will look at special techniques to improve your artwork even more than before. The emphasis is on digital image corrections.
The emphasis lies on properly using the options and to develop a keen eye for colour and detail. Your teacher keeps an eye on your progress to make sure everything goes well.
Adjust dark and light
Adjust contrast professionally
Special filters for photos
Adjusting colour balance
During this lesson of the Photoshop Course you will learn how to use the many restoration tools Photoshop has in store for you.
You are going to restore portraits, restore damaged areas and much more. Anyone can remove a pimple or bleech teeth but... can you do it in a way even your teacher won't notice?
Learn how to restore images that will be perfect for print and in which all unwanted imperfections are removed in a professional way.
Repairing skin imperfections
Restoring colour in faces
Restoring missing areas
Reparing scratches, durt and dust
Using different correction methods
Today, you will learn how to prepare artwork for use on the Internet and other media, this will help you combine your skills and make you flexible when you work for both print media and digital media.
You will learn how the different compression methods affect files and what to do to create the best artwork for a particular medium. You will also learn the different options that can be used when you save images. This will make them perfect for use in news letters for instance, and Powerpoint or Word.
Different types of files
Saving for printable and digital media
During this lesson of the Photoshop Course Advanced you will use special filters to enhance graphics and graphic files. You are going to transform the content of files and learn how to use mathemetical and geometric transformations to give the illusion of depth.
You will also do some more touch-up and enhancing. During this lesson you will remove love handles, make people slimmer or fatter of course, you will add special elements and design with perspective to add decorative elements on buildings, packaging and more.
Applying special transformations
Adjusting faces and bodies
As you work as a Photoshopper you will soon notice the standard tools in Photoshop do not suffice. You will need to create your own to be able to create really personal and special artwork.
So today you will create your very own Photoshop patterns. These can be used within Photoshop and if you attend even more courses you will understand these can be incredibly useful.
Not only that: you will create your own brushes too. These can be used in a lot of the Photoshop tools.
Creating Photoshop patterns
Creating pattern libraries
Creating Photoshop brushes
Adding special settings to brushes
Brush and pattern management
The last lesson of your course or education module is the test lesson. This is attended separately from the group. You will do a few exercises that require the knowledge and new skills you acquired during this training.
InDesign & Dreamweaver Advanced
Since these tests are quite extensive you do these at home. You send in your work at the appointed time and will receive tips and input to adjust things to make your design more professional.
Tests at LearningTrain
If the test takes place at LearningTrain your work will be evaluated after you finished your test.
If you sent in all required homework and the final test results are good you will receive the certificate.
Tests from home
Tests you make at home or work will be evaluated on appointment
If you sent in all required homework and the final test results are good you you can come over to pick up your certificate.
With individual courses
The test should be scheduled within a month after the last lesson.
You can schedule the tests during the educaiton but you can also do all the courses at the end of the education, allowing you to have lots of time to practise. This way you use the entire runtime of the education to let things sink in. Schedule your tests within two months after your last lesson.
These courses are usually in Dutch although English is possible. We always check with the enrolling students and switch to English, if this is possible. Most Dutch are welcoming expats so English is often possible.
These courses are usually possible in English since lots of expats have busy jobs or families and don't want to arrange traveling too many times. We do always check with enrolled students if English is fine, this is usually the case. It is also possible to start a new 2-days group for English speaking students.
In that case you will get training in English if you prefer. The course will be booked for you and one fellow-student max who will speak English as well.
6 lessons +
1 personal test lesson on appointment
Runtime 1 month per module +
Test on appointment
Practise week after each lesson
2 days of 3 lessons +
1 personal test lesson on appointment
Practise week after each lesson
Runtime 2 weeks per module +
Test on appointment
1 extra homework week is possible
You have class with one fellow student max.
We combine 2 lessons each time, the resulting runtime is 3 weeks.
Single group lessons: 1:45 / 2 hours
Combined lessons: ± 3 hours
Two days from:
10:00 - 15:00 hours or
15:00 - 20:00 hours
We combine two lessons into 3 hours lessons.
Personal reserved course
Lessons can be combined or booked individually.
Single lessons 1:30 hours
Combined lessons: 3 hours
Homework after each lesson
You will receive homework each week. Making this homework takes about 12 hours per week in total. If you only do the required assignments you will need about 5 hours per week to do your homework during this course.
When do I send in homework?
You have a week to make your homework: you send it in in the week following your lesson so your teacher can evaluate your work.
Your teacher reserves time each week to correct and evaluate your work. You will receive corrections and tips, if necessary. There are guide lines to send in your work: you will receive them during your first lesson.
About 12/15 minutes are reserved for questions at the start of each lesson. This allows your fellow students to learn from your questions and the answers.
Please note the software for your course should be installed before class, there is no time to install it during class and this would mean you wouldn't be able to do the exercises.
You take care of the software yourself, as Adobe Preferred Partner we can only sell multi licenses and seats to companies.
You either buy the software or install a trial.
If you already own Adobe software there is no need to purchase the subscription based Cloud applications. The following suites are still perfectly usable:
Creative Suite CS4 through CS6
You do need prior knowledge to attend this course. Have a look at the content of the Photoshop course to find out if you know all that is addressed. If you need advice, call 020 6820080 so someone can help you.
It is a good idea to be handy using your computer.
This means you can install programs (you will have to install software most times) and you can organise, monitor and manage your folders and files.
+ personal test lesson
€ 825,00 excluding BTW (VAT, taxes)
€ 998,25 including 21% BTW
2 full days with 3 lessons
+ personal test lesson
€ 950,00 excluding BTW (VAT, taxes)
€ 1.149,50 including 21% BTW
+ personal test lesson
€ 1.195,00 excluding BTW (VAT, taxes)
€ 1.445,95 including 21% BTW
2 full days with 3 lessons
+ personal test lesson
€ 1.600,00 excluding BTW (VAT, taxes)
€ 1.936,00 including 21% BTW
In that case special schedules are possible. You can combined more lessons, or attend them at a special pace.
Personal AND reserved training (1 pers. max)
€ 2.400,00 excluding BTW (VAT, taxes)
€ 2.904,00 including 21% BTW
Grappig dat een ander deze cursus makkelijker vond dan basis. Ik had het soms best moeilijk vooral over de resoluties was lastig. Maar ik begrijp het nu wel allemaal.
Ik heb de cursus nog niet gevolgd maar ik mocht het lesmateriaal alvast zien. Dat ik dat allemaal ga leren. ik heb er zin in!
Wat een mooie aanvulling op de eerste cursus. Vraagje: kan ik Photoshop Professional apart volgen via 'its a deal'?
Marijke de J.
Ik vind deze cursus makkelijker dan de eerste cursus Photoshop. Misschien omdat alles nu sneller valt. Hoe dan ook weer fijne cursus.
Kan ik extra materiaal laten maken en kopen? Ik heb wat specifieke dingen nodig.
M. K. (Holland)
Ja, dat kan. In opdracht kan extra lesmateriaal worden gemaakt. Neem even contact op.
Ik begon met de eerste cursus die werd vergoed door UWV. Maar omdat ik het zo geweldig vind doe ik van mijn eigen geld Vervolg. En... ik spaar nu voor Expert. Ik ben halverwege!
Janna de S.
Photoshop is an Adobe Systems application that is primarily used to create images for print and multimedia. It is the application of choice of most professional image editors.
Photoshop allows you to edit photographic images such as images from a digital camera or internet. Use Photoshop to adjust colours, isolate elements, remove backgrounds and much more until your images and photo collages are perfect for print and digital media.
No, Photoshop is not difficult although this is different for each student. If you don't have any experience with any of the Adobe applications you may need a bit more time getting the hang of it.
You will see during the first class that everything is well explained. With our more targeted and personal approach (even though you're in a group) there is no doubt you will learn it all!
Many LearningTrain students are photographers, yes. But you don't have to be a photographer to attend Photoshop or to use Photoshop. Not at all!
During the courses you can use your own photographs but you can use images from stock sites just as well. Your courses include images to work with to do the exercises and to create free artwork.
You edit photos with Photoshop. And this is a very short description: there is so much you can do with it that it's difficult to catch this into a few words. Find a few core functions below.
With 'isolation' one usually means an element is going to be cut out. This can be an animal, a person or something else. Its background is removed so it can be used in an other photo to create a photo collage.
Photo corrections are incredibly useful. With good corrections you can tweak the colours, adjust the tone and even tint of elements. You can remove colour casts and adjust the tonal values.
You can restore images in Photoshop and do this perfectly. Old, damaged photos can be scanned and restored, even photos that were taken under poor conditions or that contain unwanted elements can be fully restored so they can be well used in all your designs.
You may come home finding some or your precious photos are not as good as you thought they would look. Lighting can be off, colours can be wrong. You can edit all images taken with your digital camera in Photoshop. But you can even scan your classic photos, or their negatives, and edit them in Photoshop.
if an image is going to be used in InDesign it is best to prepare it for this yourself: this way you have everything under control and don't depend on third parties to do this. You need Photoshop for this.
Photoshop is a real star in creating images for websites, news letters and multimedia. You can for instance create banners for websites, buttons and everything you need for the total design.
An image is usually not in the correct size for the job. They need to be cropped or resized to get the most out of them and to use them the right way. This is all something you do in Photoshop.
Images are not always in the correct resolution. This means an image may not have to right resolution for the job, it may for instance not be correct for print with different printing techniques. Use Photoshop to adjust resolution and make them perfect for your design goal.
You can design websites in Photoshop. To be honest: Illustrator is much handier for this. But the photos, the images you will use on the websites will really have to be edited in Photoshop. Saving for all sorts of media is a great thing to do in Photoshop, it will make your life much easier.
Resolution independent artwork is artwork that can be scaled without quality loss. This means you can design something really small but still print it in a huge size without losing any of the quality and detail. In Illustrator you create such resolution independent artwork. Artwork you create during an Illustrator course can be scaled without becoming blotty and blorry, as is the case when you make something bigger in Photoshop
In Photoshop you usually don't use vectors but pixels: the smallest colour units that images are made of. Photos are very sensitive to scaling and transforming. This means that there are less things you can do in Photoshop where resizing is concerned and that you have to design at a specific size. But in Illustrator you can't edit images. You can only edit images, photos, in Photoshop and other image editing software.
You will usually enjoy starting with the first Photoshop Course. Even if you have used Photoshop for quite a while you will learn handy things that will save you a lot of time, and lots of surprising extras.
You will learn how to use a lot of tools and functions and use drawing tools and special transformation tools. You will learn Photoshop typgraphy so you can combine photos and text into wonderful designs.
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During the Photoshop Education you learn everything that is addressed during the Photoshop Course, the Photoshop Advanced Course, the Photoshop Course Professional and the Photoshop Course Expert. With lots of extras of course: you will combine a lot.
You learn it all from scratch. The education focuses on using Photoshop professionally and assures you learn it all correctly. You start with creating photo collages and combining photo elements, you then continue with the use of filters, photo corrections, restaurations and finally finish it all by creating files that will print perfectly and that are great to use in multimedia, digital presentations and print.
All is addressed, you will have very little questions left after this education.
This education consists of 4 modules and takes 28 lessons to complete.
The modules can be attended consecutively but it's usually a good idea to have a break in between the modules.
The most popular is the schedule that allows for a longer break after the first two modules, after which you can continue with the remaining two modules. You start in september, practise during the end of year break and continue in January.
Once you practised enough you book the tests for the different modules. The exam is done after that, you can do the tests and the exam within two months after finishing your education.
During the advanced Photoshop course you learn how to prepare images for both print and digital media.
You learn all about resolutions and use contrast, colour corrections and more to create perfect images for InDesign and other applications. Your images are ready for print.
During the Photoshop professional course you learn how to use the history functions, all sorts of document modes and blend modes and much more.
You use more complex settings and combinations to create the result you are after.
This Photoshop Expert Course puts the cherry on the cake. You will use lots of extra techniques to make perfect use of your image material. You use colour profiles and channels to make specialist adjustments.
During the Photoshop Expert course you learn how to use special corrections layers and how to apply specialistic photo enhancements.
You use the 'Pen' tool to create work paths. These are used to do a lot of different things in Photoshop. You will combine this knowledge with the use of channels, special enhancements and adjustments.
Learn how to use the 'Pen' tool during this course. You use the Pen tool to create work paths.
After the work paths have been created you put them to good use. There is a lot you can do with them and you can do that in different ways that each have their pros and cons. Learn it all from scratch and then combine this with what you already know about Photoshop.
Photoshop is used to create animations, too. You can create a 'drawn' animation from scratch or use more advanced options and special elements.
There are two different types of animations. Learn how to use both and create animations with Photoshop during this fun course.
This course is for you if you want to learn how to create patterns in Photoshop. You start from scratch, the course focuses on creating patterns.
Patterns are used for special fills but the technique is incredibly useful if you want to create patterns that are going to be used in fashion, wallpaper design and much more. A famous Dutch designer company came here to learn Illustrator, they use Illustrator to design patterns too.
The patterns are then printed on silk, cotton and other fabrics. Each fabric is different and requires special attention. Learn tips and tricks during your course.
Brushes are terrific extras to create extra elements and special edges. They are used to refine elements you cut out and form the heart of designs, they are important.
Creating brushes requires attention and skills. You will learn lots of tips and tricks to help you create brushes that are perfect for the job and that can be used with as many Photoshop tools as possible.
You need prior knowledge to attend this course.
This is Thomas Knoll, de developer of Photoshop. He is the man who, with his brother, 'invented' Photoshop back in 1988. In those days it was not an Adobe application, on the contrary. The brothers really had to drag their software all over the place to find an investor and they tried Adobe which was not interested in it at all at first.
Ever since those early days Photoshop became better and better. Learn all you really need during the Photoshop course that is best for you. Discover all you need to use Photoshop professionally, or even if you use it just for fun.
If you create layouts, designs, for publications that require a lot of pages, as is the case with magazines and brochures, you're much better off with InDesign, yes. InDesign is used to layout books too. If you have to combine a lot of images with text and add footers, headers and page numbers for instance InDesign is really the program you should use. In InDesign you will have a wealth of options for typography, too.
Photoshop is terrific to create 1-page designs such as posters. I have to admit Illustrator is even handier for this though. In Illustrator you can so easily adjust colours and elements, it's easy to add illustrations and images and it's much better with text. What's more: Illustrator has more options for text. But still, Illustrator is less handy to create multi page layouts, just like Photoshop.
You will most often combine Photoshop with Illustrator. Creating sharp vector illustrations can not really be done in Photoshop since it is too time consuming and limited.
In Illustrator, you can quickly create ayouts for flyers, posters and other designs. What's more: in Illustrator your designs are perfectly scalable without quality loss.
The combination of Illustrator and Photoshop is fantastic: Photoshop allows you to make your designs softer, Illustrator allows you to create stunning mood boards with special elements in them. Combine these two for the most fantastic results.
TIP It is usually a clever move to know both Illustrator and Photoshop. Once you know both, you won't want to go back.
You place images in InDesign: photographic material. These images can not be edited in InDesign though, so Photoshop and InDesign are almost always combined. In InDesign, you create the perfect layouts for magazines, brochures and books. The images you use can be edited and prepared in Photoshop to have all the control you need.
As a graphic designer with only InDesign skills you will soon find yourself wanting some Photoshop knowledge, if only to scale images properly and create good cut-outs. Or even to isolate elements. Combine Photoshop with InDesign for the best results.
TIP Learn InDesign to combine your images and other artwork in beautiful layouts.
Websites, icons and buttons are very often created in Illustrator, see the buttons above.
But still: without Photoshop webdesign will become a bit more tricky. You will need Photoshop to crop images, to create collages or even to retouch images from your clients. Most webdesigners can't perform properly without Photoshop.
You will most definitely need Photoshop during your Flash course. You can use Photoshop to create backgrounds and even images that you can animate in Flash.
You can use Photoshop to save them in the best possible format, too. This will make the animations easier to load, even though of course Flash also has features to keep the size down, doing the necessary pre work in Photoshop will save you time and will make your graphics easier to implement.