If you’ve ever wondered what the difference is between a TIFF and PSD file, what 16-bit means or which color mode is best for printing images, then this is the photography class for you.
Before looking at the Photoshop interface and main features and controls, it’s important to understand each of these concepts and how they affect your images. Understanding all of this may seem overwhelming at first, but in this photography class Karl explains each concept clearly.
Here he provides detailed explanations of different file types, resolution, bit depth, color profiles and color modes, outlining all you need to know about digital images.
In this photography class we cover the following:
- Image file formats: Types of digital files
JPEG | TIFF | RAW | PSD | PSB
- Pixels & resolution
- Bit depth
- Colour space & colour profiles
- The difference between RGB and CMYK
- Recommended colour modes for printed images
- Resizing images
If you have any questions about this course please post in the comments section below 🙂