GRA 2207C - Advanced Image Editing
2 hours Lecture, 1 hour Lab, 3 credits
Lower-Level College Credit
Prerequisite(s): DIG 2000C, DIG 2109C, GRA 2156C, and GRA 2150C
AA Elective: Yes
In this course, graphic design and graphic art students study digital pre-press, design preparation, and computer color theory using an image-processing application. Students build upon the previous study of vector-based and raster-based images to explore creative image manipulation, graphic design, professional workflows, and techniques that improve production capabilities and output quality. Students explore the use of scanning techniques, gray scale, color theory, file compression, resolution, watermarking, color modes, paper types, printing options, file types, format conversions, lenses and filters, texture and patterns, and images for the creation of print, web, video, and animation products. Image archiving, storage, cataloguing, and editing are also explored. Industry-standard software is used.
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