GIT 334: Image Capture and  Manipulation, Fall 2012          Instructor:         Chad Westover
Instructor  Chad Westover  Chad.Westover@asu.edu  Picacho Hall, room 245a  on Polytechnic Campus  Phone: 602-456-2423  Sky...
Introduction  GIT-334, Image Capture and Manipulation, addresses the theory and  application of advanced image editing and...
Introduction  Image Capture:  A bit of a misnomer. GIT384: Intro to Commercial Photography covers  image capture. This cla...
Course Overview  Here’s what we are going to cover…  1. Photoshop and its place in industry  2. The basics  3. What goes i...
Course Overview  Here’s what we are going to cover…  7. Picking Pixels  8. Computational Imaging  9. Adjustments  10. Comp...
Requirements  What you are going to need…   Adobe Photoshop   Lynda.com Subscription (see email)   Time   Effort      ...
Grading  How to get a good grade   Follow the instructions   Do the work   Get it done on time   Follow the instructio...
Watch this video  Fotoshop by Adobé   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_vVUIYOmJM  ****  Feel free to skip if you’ve seen ...
Course Schedule  When’s what and what is when?   Refer to previous slides titled “Course Overview”   12 Content areas in...
Course Structure  How’s this class going to work?   Each Week      Lynda.com Videos      Lecture (you are watching one ...
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  • Some applications for high speed imaging include: “production line trouble shooting, machine diagnostics, destructive testing, automated assembly, packaging, paper manufacturing and converting, and a variety of impact, shock, and drop tests. Some research groups use the technology to study combustion, ballistics, aerodynamics, flow visualization and human performance” (Balch, 1999).
  • Git334 Week 1 Lecture

    1. 1. GIT 334: Image Capture and Manipulation, Fall 2012 Instructor: Chad Westover
    2. 2. Instructor Chad Westover Chad.Westover@asu.edu Picacho Hall, room 245a on Polytechnic Campus Phone: 602-456-2423 Skype: chadwestover Twitter: @chadwestover 2
    3. 3. Introduction GIT-334, Image Capture and Manipulation, addresses the theory and application of advanced image editing and raster techniques for reproduction and dissemination. It deals mostly with editing images that are composed of pixels, and instructs students how to learn to convert digital images for all use formats in a structured and efficient manner. In this course, students can expect to learn the skills associated with the design and professional editing of graphic files for print media, motion, the World Wide Web, and anywhere else. This course covers mainly the use of Adobe Photoshop and the associated workflow. Photoshop is the industry standard for working with nearly any form of static image that is not composed of vectors. It explores the theory and application of advanced techniques for image editing, compositing, conversion, and much more. 3
    4. 4. Introduction Image Capture: A bit of a misnomer. GIT384: Intro to Commercial Photography covers image capture. This class will just scratch the surface. Manipulation: This covers a lot. Essentially, everything we do to an image to make it look its best anywhere we want to send it no matter where it came from. Its all about Photoshop. 4
    5. 5. Course Overview Here’s what we are going to cover… 1. Photoshop and its place in industry 2. The basics 3. What goes in and what comes out 4. Color theory basics 5. Workflow 6. Non-destructive editing 5
    6. 6. Course Overview Here’s what we are going to cover… 7. Picking Pixels 8. Computational Imaging 9. Adjustments 10. Compositing and Manipulations 11. Automation 12. Bonus material 6
    7. 7. Requirements What you are going to need…  Adobe Photoshop  Lynda.com Subscription (see email)  Time  Effort 7
    8. 8. Grading How to get a good grade  Follow the instructions  Do the work  Get it done on time  Follow the instructions  8
    9. 9. Watch this video Fotoshop by Adobé  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_vVUIYOmJM **** Feel free to skip if you’ve seen it before or if you don’t want to watch a video right now. It really has nothing to do with the lecture I just thought you might be getting bored. 9
    10. 10. Course Schedule When’s what and what is when?  Refer to previous slides titled “Course Overview”  12 Content areas in 15 weeks  Flexible Schedule, sort of. 10
    11. 11. Course Structure How’s this class going to work?  Each Week  Lynda.com Videos  Lecture (you are watching one right now)  Assignment  Quiz  Discussion Board  Overall  Technical Projects  Creative Projects  Final Project  No midterm, No final exam 11

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