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Master Lightroom Classic in 7 Days (2020)

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    Take your Lightroom Classic skills from Beginner to Pro in 7 days!

    What you’ll learn:

    Day 1  – How to Import & Organize Photos in Lightroom Classic

    Day 2 – How to Filter & Favorite Images in Lightroom Classic

    Day 3 – How to Edit Photos in Lightroom Classic

    Day 4 – Learn Advanced Editing in Lightroom Classic

    Day 5 – How to Batch Edit Photos in Lightroom Classic

    Day 6 – How to Create Presets in Lightroom Classic

    Day 7 – How to Export Photos in Lightroom Classic

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    Graphics Project (2020)

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      Graphics Project is an annual series of lectures, discussions, and portfolio reviews exploring the role of graphic design within the field of architecture.

      We examine various methods of visual communication used to convey concepts to both specialist and general audiences. These events aim to help students build a successful graduation portfolio while simultaneously unpacking the topics, tools, and trends of contemporary graphic design.

      Participants:

      • Ben Fehrman-Lee, Graphic Designer, Neil Donnelly Studio
      • Laura Coombs, Senior Designer, New Museum
      • Min Hee Lee, Graphic Designer

      Master Photoshop in 30 Days (2020)

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        Take your skills from Beginner to Pro in 30 days of Photoshop!

        What you will learn:

        • Day 1 – Let’s Take a Tour of Photoshop!
        • Day 2 – Opening, Editing & Saving in Photoshop
        • Day 3 – How to Use Layers & Masks in Photoshop
        • Day 4 – How to Use Adjustment Layers in Photoshop
        • Day 5 – How to Create Selections in Photoshop
        • Day 6 – How to Use Levels & Curves in Photoshop
        • Day 7 – How to Change Any Color with Hue/Saturation in Photoshop
        • Day 8 – Scale, Rotate & Align with Transform in Photoshop
        • Day 9 – How to Use the Brush Tool in Photoshop
        • Day 10 – How to Crop & Resize Images in Photoshop
        • Day 11 – How to Add Text to a Photo in Photoshop
        • Day 12 – How to Use the Liquify Tool in Photoshop
        • Day 13 – Edit Non-Destructively with Smart Objects in Photoshop
        • Day 14 – How to Use Blend If in Photoshop
        • Day 15 – How to Use Blending Modes in Photoshop
        • Day 16 – How to Remove Distractions in Photoshop
        • Day 17 – How to Dodge & Burn in Photoshop
        • Day 18 – How to Create a Photo Collage in Photoshop
        • Day 19 – How to Edit RAW Photos in Photoshop
        • Day 20 – How to Color Grade a Photo in Photoshop
        • Day 21 – How to Change the Color of Anything in Photoshop
        • Day 22 – How to Correct Exposure in Photoshop
        • Day 23 – How to Remove Blemishes from a Portrait in Photoshop
        • Day 24 – How to Use Frequency Retouching in Photoshop
        • Day 25 – How to Sharpen a Portrait in Photoshop
        • Day 26 – How to Cut Out a Subject with the Pen Tool Photoshop
        • Day 27 – How to Cut Out Hair in Photoshop
        • Day 28 – How to Match Light & Color for Composites Photoshop
        • Day 29 – How to Edit Landscapes in Camera RAW in Photoshop
        • Day 30 – How to Swap a Sky in a Landscape in Photoshop

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        Learn Adobe After Effects | 48 Episode Course (2019)

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          Welcome to the complete Beginner’s Guide To Adobe After Effects.

          If you are a designer and looking to apply effects and transitions to your video, or create animated logos, illustrations or infographics After Effects is the program to edit in.

          The tools in After Effects make it very easy to build video compositions, add video effects and motion graphics to bring your presentation to life.

          Now a lot of videos you see on youtube and TV with animated sequences have been created using After Effects. This is the industry standard software for simple video animation and I create all my videos in After Effects.

          Now This course has been carefully created to bring you up to speed with the program so not only will you be able to create a simple project yourself you will be able to watch many more.

          On this course you will learn all the methods I use to create my videos, so if you have never used After Effects before, wonder how the software works and want to try some simple animation.

          This course is for you.

          Now the topics that are going to be covered in this course are the basics so whether you have the most up to date version of After Effects or you’re using an older version, you should be able to follow along just fine.

          In this series we will be starting from the very beginning and working our way across 48 episodes to learn all the basics and eventually put it all into practise and build a video presentation project of your own.

          Now this may seem like a lot of episodes, but trust me, after this creative adventure, you will be able to use Adobe After Effects proficiently.

          After watching this series you will be able to create your very own video presentation in After Effects ready to export and share.

          To help break down the process I have structured the course in 3 main sections:

          1 – Introduction

          2 – Essential Practice

          3 – Create a project

          So that is an overview of this After Effects beginners course.

          Once you have downloaded the project PDF and the project folder.

          Let’s get into it!

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          DOWNLOAD LINKS:

          PROJECT FOLDER:

          Download the project folder from After Effects GDS course page here: https://garethdavidstudio.com/tutoria…

          TUTORIAL COURSE PDF WORKSHEET:

          Download the PDF course index from After Effects GDS course page here: https://garethdavidstudio.com/tutoria…

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          Graphics Project (2019)

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            Graphics Project is an annual series of lectures, discussions, and portfolio reviews exploring the role of graphic design within the field of architecture.

            Over two weekends, we examine various methods of visual communication used to convey concepts to both specialist and general audiences. These events aim to help students build a successful graduation portfolio while simultaneously unpacking the topics, tools, and trends of contemporary graphic design.

            Speakers:

            Felix Burrichter, Editor and Creative Director, Pin-Up
            Erin Knutson, Art Director, Pin-Up
            Mimi O. Chun, Design Consultant
            Emile Molin, Design Director, The Met
            Florian Mewes, Art Director, 2×4
            Leigha Dennis, Designer, 2×4

            Graphics Project (2018)

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              Graphics Project is an annual series of lectures, discussions, and portfolio reviews exploring the role of graphic design within the field of architecture.

              Over two weekends, we examine various methods of visual communication used to convey concepts to both specialist and general audiences. These events aim to help students build a successful graduation portfolio while simultaneously unpacking the topics, tools, and trends of contemporary graphic design.

              Speakers:

              ARCHITECTURE UNBOUND

              • Yeju Choi, Founder, Nowhere Office, and Critic, Yale School of Art
              • Neil Donnelly, Founder, Neil Donnelly Studio
              • Alex Lin, Founder, Studio Lin
              • Moderated by Yoonjai Choi, Partner, Common Name, and Adjunct Assistant Professor, GSAPP
              IN, ON, AROUND AND ABOUT ARCHITECTURE
              • Lecture by Michael Rock, founding partner and creative director of 2×4, and Adjunct Professor at Columbia GSAPP.
              EXERCISES IN STYLE
              • Lecture by Tom Griffiths, Partner, Everything Studio, and Adjunct Professor, The New School, Parsons School of Design
              IS ARCHITECTURE GRAPHIC DESIGN? IS GRAPHIC DESIGN ARCHITECTURE?
              • Lecture by Juliette Cezzar, Graphic Designer and Assistant Professor, The New School, Parsons School of Design
              TYPE DESIGN
              • Lecture by Greg Gazdowicz, Type Designer, Commercial Type
              LIVING ARCHIVES
              • Lecture by Dan Michaelson, Partner, Linked by Air, and Senior Critic, Yale School of Art

               

              Roman Jaster : Graphic Design Masterclass (2017)

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                This video consists of three events: a lecture by Roman Jaster about his graphic design work, a lecture by Jaster about typography, concluding with Jaster discussing selected student works.

                After an introduction by Devyn Weiser, Roman Jaster discusses his education, the formation of his office Yay Brigade in 2014, and projects including …

                • The Marciano Art Foundation website (2017)
                • Pool, a CalArts alumni print magazine (2017)
                • Sympathetic Seeing (2012)
                • Everything loose will land (2014)
                • As Is: Noah Purifoy, Joshua Tree (2015)
                • Tract house: Darwin Addition, collaboration with Lisa Anne Auerbach (2010)
                • Wildflowering L.A. With Fritz Haeg (2013)
                • Unbinding discrete issues poster (2006)
                • Guerrilla Girls poster (2008)
                • Street chess set for CicLAvia (2011)
                • http://heyrandy.co/ (2014)
                • favoritealbums2018.yaybrigade.com (annually updated from 2014)

                At 1:10:22 Jaster begins the second lecture on typography, covering classifications , choosing a typeface, weights and styles, finding typefaces, the anatomy of typefaces, typeface properties, tools for shaping text, typographic hierarchy, and grids.

                At 2:21:03 Jaster begins discussing selected student projects.

                Graphics Project (2017)

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                  Graphics Project is an annual series of lectures, discussions, and portfolio reviews exploring the role of graphic design within the field of architecture.

                  Over two weekends, we examine various methods of visual communication used to convey concepts to both specialist and general audiences. These events aim to help students build a successful graduation portfolio while simultaneously unpacking the topics, tools, and trends of contemporary graphic design.

                  Speakers

                  • Rama Allen, Executive Creative Director, The Mill
                  • Kai-Uwe Bergmann, Partner, BIG Architects
                  • James Ewing, architecture photographer
                  • Ziv Schneider, artist/technologist

                  Beginners guide to Graphic Design (2016)

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                    Welcome to this beginners guide series to Graphic Design.

                    On this course I will be introducing you to the program and covering some essential practise exercises.

                    Then I will be demonstrating how to create a small project in Adobe Illustrator from start to finish.

                    To help break down the process I have structured the course in 3 main sections:

                    Section 1 – Introduction

                    Section 2 – Essential Practice

                    Section 3 – Test Project

                    • Chapter 1 – Setup & Live Trace
                    • Chapter 2 – Drawing
                    • Chapter 3 – Colourng & Adding Type
                    • Chapter 4 – Finishing & Exporting for Print

                    Along the way we will be covering many topics, such as how to set up your document, understand how the program works, use text in Illustrator, prepare and import images into Illustrator and finally export your document ready for print.

                    Enjoy

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                    DOWNLOAD LINKS:

                    GET THE PROJECT FOLDER HERE: http://www.tastytuts.com/ai-beginners…

                    TUTORIAL COURSE PDF WORKSHEET: http://www.tastytuts.com/ai-beginners…

                    ‘Beginners Guide to Graphic Design’ series and all associated files created and composed by GarethDavidStudio.com Copyright GarethDavidStudio © All Rights Reserved Content may be distributed freely for educational purposes only

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                    Graphics Projects (2016)

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                      Graphics Project is an annual series of lectures, discussions, and portfolio reviews exploring the role of graphic design within the field of architecture.

                      Over two weekends, we examine various methods of visual communication used to convey concepts to both specialist and general audiences. These events aim to help students build a successful graduation portfolio while simultaneously unpacking the topics, tools, and trends of contemporary graphic design.

                      Participants:

                      • Alexandria Woolsey Puffer
                      • Forrest Jessee
                      • Yoonjai Choi,
                      • Glen Cummings
                      • Neil Donnelly
                      • Michael Rock
                      • Susan Sellers
                      • Tom Griffiths
                      • Adam Frampton
                      • Ronald Yeung
                      • Anthony Acciavatti
                      • Shumi Bose
                      • Jack Self
                      • Alfie Koetter
                      • Jimenez Lai
                      • Lily Wong