Tech Talks Presentation by Jeremy Moore, January 31, 2007


With Photoshop we can convert a color digital image to black and white and then process the image to express our vision.  In this tutorial we will learn to use Photoshop's channel mixer, curves, and masks.  We will also learn to dodge and burn, produce glowing black tones, and deliberately add digital "noise" to create a grainy effect.

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Advanced Photoshop Tutorial: RTVF Chairs (PDF)


Some file types require special programs to use or view.  Here are links to several of the most common programs:

About the Author:  Computer Support Specialist Jeremy Moore is the lab manager for the UNT Libraries' Digital Projects Unit.  He is also a masters student in photography at the UNT College of Visual Arts and Design.


Wednesday, January 31, 2007 - 12:00pm