REACH - University of Louisville

Digital Media Skills Seminars

Learn Adobe Photoshop techniques for digital photography manipulation.

From concept to completion the Digital Media Suite's Production Workshops will provide novice and competitive student graphic designers the support they need to create a fantastic, cohesive array of visual art.  These seminars carry the student through the entire image editing process, examining many different tools available at the DMS for image manipulation.  Students may attend any of the scheduled seminars throughout the workshop series, but are encouraged to stick through all seven for the most benefit.  With seminars held Wednesdays at 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM or Thursdays at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM.

More information about the Digital Media Production Workshops(download the flyer) can be obtained by contacting Wes Smith at wtsmit04@louisville.edu or dmsuite@louisville.edu. Information about the individual seminar sessions can also be found below.

Seminars in the Series - Also offered by Request:

Topic Dates Location
Adding Flyers, Light Beams, Blurs, and Zooms Feb 4th

All seminars are held in the Digital Media Suite, Ekstrom Library, Room 114

Color Manipulation and Movie Poster Design Feb 11th
Light Streak Art Feb 18th
Texture Mapping Feb 28th
Distortion and Particle Illustration Mar 18th
Using Vector Shapes in Photos Mar 25th
Surreal Photo Manipulation April 1st

You can reserve workstations online to assure you have a computer at the time of any given workshop.

Steps for Reserving a Computer for the Workshop Seminar:

Step 1: Go to reach1.louisville.edu

Step 2: Sign in with Ulink account

Step 3: Select Appointments

Step 4: Select DMS as the center

Step 5: For Consultant Choose the Computer you Wish to Reserve

Step 6: Search for the date you wish to reserve

Step 7: Select the time slots you wish to reserve (Subject: Other, Reason: Seminar)

Step 8: Save and repeat from Step 5 if you wish to reserve more time"

To reserve a seat in the workshops, email dmsuite@louisville.edu.

If you have any suggestions for topics, contact the webmaster with your ideas or questions.

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