Graphics Design

graphics design training in dhaka

Training Objectives:

  1. Introduction to Web Technologies
  2. Careers in Web Technologies and Job Roles
  3. Students, who want to make their career in Website Designing.
  4. Individuals, who want to work from home at their free time on web designing.
  5. Photoshop & Graphic Designers.
  6. Mobile App Designers & Developers.
  7. Website Developers & Application Builders.
  8. Search Engine and Social Media professionals.

Training Topics:

  1. Introduction of Graphics
  2. Welcome to Photoshop CS5
  3. Making Photoshop your default image editor
  4. Installing the DekeKeys keyboard shortcuts
  5. Remapping Mac OS shortcuts
  6. Installing the Best Workflow color settings
  7. The color settings explained
  8. Loading the CS5 color settings in Bridge
  • Photoshop basic, Part 1: The Avatar
  1. The power of Photoshop
  2. Duplicating a layer
  3. Liquifying an image
  4. Adding a layer mask
  5. Loading an alpha channel
  6. Selecting with Color Range
  7. Making a Hue/Saturation layer
  8. Luminance blending
  9. Mask density
  10. Making a knockout layer
  • Setting Up ‘Shop
  1. The best way to work
  2. Setting General preferences
  3. Changing the pasteboard color
  4. File handling, performance, and units
  5. Touring the Photoshop interface
  6. Creating and saving a workspace
  7. Changing settings and updating the workspace
  8. Resetting the preferences
  • Opening and Organizing
  1. The amazing Adobe Bridge
  2. Making a new image
  3. Opening an image
  4. Opening and closing multiple images
  5. Opening a problem image
  6. Adding file information
  7. Introducing Adobe Bridge
  8. A whirlwind tour of Bridge
  9. Adjusting the interface and thumbnails
  10. Using the full-screen preview
  11. Rotating images on their sides
  12. Assigning star ratings and labels
  13. Filtering thumbnails in the Contents panel
  14. Moving, copying, and deleting files
  15. Creating and assigning keywords
  16. Searches and collections
  17. Batch-exporting JPEG files
  18. Batch-renaming
  19. String substitution and regular expressions
  20. Grouping images into stacks
  21. Comparing images in Review mode
  22. Playing images in a slideshow
  23. Customizing and saving the workspace
  24. Using Mini Bridge in Photoshop CS5
  • Navigation
  1. Learning to swim inside an image
  2. The tabbed-window interface
  3. Arranging image windows
  4. Common ways to zoom
  5. New zoom tricks in Photoshop CS5
  6. Hidden old-school zoom tricks
  7. Scrolling and panning images
  8. Viewing the image at print size
  9. The Navigator and “bird’s-eye” scrolling
  10. Nudging the screen from the keyboard
  11. Scroll wheel tricks
  12. The Rotate View tool
  13. Cycling between screen modes
  14. Using the numerical zoom value
  • Image Size and Resolution
  1. Imaging fundamentals
  2. What is image size?
  3. The Image Size command
  4. Selecting an interpolation option
  5. Upsampling versus “real” pixels
  6. The penalty of pixels
  7. Print size and resolution
  8. Downsampling for print
  9. Downsampling for email
  10. Options for upsampling
  11. Better ways to make a big image
  • Cropping and Straightening
  1. Frame wide, crop tight
  2. Using the Crop tool
  3. Fixing out-of-canvas wedges
  4. Crop tool presets
  5. Previewing the crop angle
  6. The Crop command
  7. Straightening with the Ruler tool
  8. Cropping without clipping
  9. Perspective cropping
  • Basic Color Correction
  1. Making drab colors look better
  2. Brightness and contrast
  3. Adjusting numerical values
  4. Introducing adjustment layers
  5. Editing adjustment layers
  6. Saving adjustment layers
  7. Adding a quick layer mask
  8. Introducing the Histogram
  9. Working with the Histogram panel
  10. Using Color Balance
  11. Introducing the Variations command
  12. Luminance and saturation controls
  13. Fading a static adjustment
  14. How hue and saturation work
  15. Rotating hues and adjusting saturation
  16. Creating a quick and dirty sepia tone
  17. Adjusting hues selectively
  18. The Target Adjustment tool
  19. Photoshop CS5 Target Adjustment enhancements
  20. Adjusting the color of clothing
  21. Enhancing a low-saturation image
  22. Refining saturation with Vibrance
  • Making Selections
  1. Photoshop versus the real world
  2. Meet the selection tools
  3. Marking the center of an image
  4. Drawing a geometric selection outline
  5. Blurring a selection outline with Feather
  6. Copy and paste versus drag and drop
  7. Creating a graduated selection
  8. Aligning one image with another
  9. Accessing the Move tool on the fly
  10. Invert and Match Colors
  11. Matching colors selectively
  12. Feathering and filling a selection
  13. Dressing up a composition with effects
  14. The incredible image rotation trick
  15. The Magic Wand tool
  16. Tolerance and other options
  17. Grow, Similar, and Inverse
  18. Quick selection and the Magnetic Lasso
  19. Evaluating a selection in Quick Mask
  20. Saving and loading selections
  21. Placing an image with a layer mask
  22. Eliminating edge fringing
  • Retouching and Healing
  1. Brushing to correct
  2. How brushing works
  3. Working with spacing
  4. Changing size and hardness
  5. The heads-up Color Picker
  6. Flipping a mirror image
  7. Setting the source for the History brush
  8. Brightening details with the Dodge tool
  9. Darkening details with the Burn tool
  10. The Sponge tool
  11. Backing off edits
  12. Patching eye bags
  13. Evening out flesh tones
  14. Smoothing away whiskers
  15. Reducing shadow noise
  16. How healing works
  17. The enhanced Spot Healing brush
  18. Using the better Healing brush
  19. Introducing the Clone Source panel
  20. Cloning from one layer to another
  21. Working with multiple sources
  • Layer Essentials
  1. The layered composition
  2. Making a new background layer
  3. Working with “big layers”
  4. Move, Duplicate, and Scale
  5. Transforming a copy and repeat
  6. Stacking order and eyedropping a layer
  7. Adjusting multiple layers at once
  8. Switching between layers
  9. Making a digital star field
  10. Blend mode and clipping mask
  11. Dragging and dropping from your desktop
  12. Black + Lens Flare = glow
  13. Locking transparency
  14. Adding gradient layers
  15. Stacking an adjustment layer
  16. Adding shadow and stroke
  • Printing, PDF, and Web Gallery
  1. Outputting from Photoshop and Bridge
  2. Printing an RGB composite
  3. Customizing the subjective print file
  4. Gauging print size
  5. Scale, position, and page orientation
  6. Three important printing curiosities
  7. Introducing the Output options
  8. Establishing a bleed
  9. Using the Color Management options
  10. Generating a PDF contact sheet
  11. Creating a contact sheet template
  12. Saving and opening a PDF contact sheet
  13. Introducing the Web Gallery
  14. Exporting and editing an HTML site
  15. The Airtight Photocard site
  • Saving Images for the Web
  1. Rules of the web
  2. Introducing web graphics
  3. A first look at Save for Web
  4. Scaling a layered image versus a flat one
  5. Incremental downsampling
  6. Adding text, bar, and stroke
  7. Assigning copyright and metadata
  8. Comparing GIF, JPEG, and PNG
  9. Determining the perfect JPEG settings
  10. Saving metadata
  11. Working with an unprofiled RGB image
  12. Downsampling graphic art
  13. Saving a GIF graphic
  14. Antiquated GIF versus the better PNG
  • Conclusion
  1. Conclusion

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