For some students, image editing comes easily. They boot up Photoshop or other image editing program and they get right to work. However, for others, using an image editing program can be difficult. What are the differences between pixels and vectors? What does the pen tool do? Unless a user is confident using an image editor, their first experiences may be frustration. An image editing tutor through Varsity Tutors may be able to help image editing students who may be confused. Image Editing tutoring may be able to help guide you and may explain:
- Differences Between Editing Programs
- File types and Compression
- Digital Cameras
- Types of Removable Media
Some students struggle with the concept of layers in Photoshop. Layers can be counterintuitive for a number of reasons, such as the fact that there are two functions in Photoshop that are very similar. One function hides the layer from view while the other function actually deletes it. A tutor may be able to teach the student which keyboard shortcut is associated with each function, along with easy ways to remember which function is working at the time.
A tutor may even make a chart explaining resolutions, which would be useful for the budding image editor. Also, the savvy Image Editing tutor may be able to explain Photoshop "actions," which are small programs created by the end user that can ease repetitive acts, much like macros in the Microsoft environment. Any image editor confronted by a large amount of photos that have to be resized should know how to use actions.
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