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Digital Graphics Class

Digital Graphics Class Information

  • Prerequisite:  IBCA or BCA Class
  • Learners will build a digital portfolio and become certified.  They will use image editing software to create and modify digital images. 
  • Learners will discuss Adobe Photoshop basics; work with layers; make selections; incorporate color techniques; place type in an image; use painting tools; work with special layer functions; create special effects with filters; enhance specific selections; adjust colors; use clipping masks, paths, and shapes; transform type; liquefy an image; perform image surgery; annotate and automate an image; create images for the Web; and work with animation, video, and photography.
  • Industry Based Certification—Computer technology will be presented that will lead to the learner’s ability to achieve industry based certification for Adobe Certified Associate Visual Communication using Adobe Photoshop.  Learners will use practice software to prepare for certification exam.  They will be given the opportunity to take the ACA Visual Communication using Adobe Photoshop certification exam.

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IBC Objectives for Adobe Certified Associate Visual Communication Using Adobe Photoshop

~~80% Tests
~~20% Classwork/Homework/Work Habits

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