NYIP Launches New Photoshop Course
The new NYIP course replaces their existing digital photography course, which taught an outdated version of Adobe Photoshop. Inaddition to Adobe Photoshop, students in NYIP’s new photo editing course will learn how to use Photoshop Elements and Adobe Lightroom, two lighter and cheaper software platforms. And students in the course will be able to choose their own path, using one of the three programs to complete photo projects that will be graded by professional photographers.
The Photoshop Course was put together with the help of Jason D. Moore, an Adobe Certified Expertwith years of experience in photography using Adobe’s products.
“We’re thrilled to offer this new course,” said Chris Corradino, head student advisor and faculty director for the New York Institute of Photography. “In today’s world, it’s crucial for photographers to learn how to work with and edit their photos after the moment of capture, and this course will teach you how to edit your photos like a pro.”
The course is now available at www.nyip.edu. The full tuition price is $1499, but students who pay in full will save $300.
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