Photoshop I: The Essentials

Course Code: 22FCEPS005

Dates: September 6 - October 4, 2022

Meets: Tu from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM ET

Location: ICP (84 Ludlow Street)

Course Tuition: $500

Photoshop offers robust image editing possibilities, either on its own or in tandem with Lightroom. Students learn to navigate the Photoshop workspace, set it up for effective workflow, and explore the tools available to enhance their images. Class demonstrations and assignments guide students in learning about file types, color, contrast, and tone adjustment, and basic image retouching.

Note: This course takes place in ICP Digital Media Labs where students will have access to Adobe Creative Cloud software and will receive an additional 5 lab hours, to complete class work.

Course Level / Prerequisite: Open to all skill levels. Students ranging from beginner to experienced will be successful in classes that are Open to All Skill Levels.

Courses are subject to minimum enrollment. In order to comply with ICP's COVID-19 Safety Guidelines and Policies, registration for this course will close two days prior to the start date of the course.

Please be sure to read and understand ICP's COVID-19 Policies before registering for in-person courses. Students attending in-person courses will be required to complete ICP's online Daily Health Screening, sent daily by email, prior to entering the ICP school.


Computer showing Photoshop
Fee: $500.00
Hours:15.00

Save $150.00 with a Photography Foundations Intensive or Photography Foundations Intensive

Fee Breakdown

CategoryDescriptionAmount
Course Fee (Basic)Course Tuition$ 480.00
Mandatory FeeMaterial Fee$ 20.00

ICP (84 Ludlow Street)

Sophie Barbasch

Faculty Bio
Date Day Time Location
09/06/2022Tuesday10 AM to 1 PM ICP (84 Ludlow Street)
09/13/2022Tuesday10 AM to 1 PM ICP (84 Ludlow Street)
09/20/2022Tuesday10 AM to 1 PM ICP (84 Ludlow Street)
09/27/2022Tuesday10 AM to 1 PM ICP (84 Ludlow Street)
10/04/2022Tuesday10 AM to 1 PM ICP (84 Ludlow Street)

Adobe Photoshop is provided at ICP labs. You should have tiff and raw files to work with for the first class. 

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