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The course introduces basic tools for manipulating digital images for a variety of purposes such as client meetings, websites and general design workflow. The class will cover basic image processing, integrating images for perspectives, using images for projected presentations or lectures, print publications and presentation boards. Scanning original documents and recommended file sizes for the web or print will also be addressed as well as considerations for archiving work and file organization. This course provides a general overview related to the use of digital images for individuals new and experienced with digital media.
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