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Digital Imagery and Designs




In the era of digital photography, it is absolutely necessary for everyone involved in the creation of digital images and process to understand the basics fundamentals. Whether you are an aspiring hobbyist, image retouches, a makeup artist, or an Art Director working with photographers and retouches.  Image processing is a method to perform some operations on an images, in order to get an enhanced image or to extract some useful information from it. It is a type of signal processing in which input is an image and output may be image or characteristics/features associated with that image. Nowadays, image processing is among the rapidly growing technologies.  Generally speaking, most folks tend a lump image editing and image manipulation together. Image editing has more to do with optimizing a File’s dynamic range for the intended display media, optimizing the color saturation and color correctness, and potentially cropping the image to its best presentation format.Image manipulation on the other hand has to do with extracting elements from one photograph either to move them to another area of that photograph or to put them into a different photographic file with different elements. It has also to do with altering the direction and quality and text Rob Light, in a given photograph. It sometimes also has to do with simply illuminating individual elements of a photograph, like removing a person place or thing. So it is fundamentally to change the content of the frame where editing is fundamentally to optimize the content of the frame.


This is aimed at making participant a better designer. The practice marries theory and practice, as both are valuable in improving design performance. Lectures and readings will lay out the fundamental concepts that underpin design as a human activity. Weekly design challenges test your ability to apply those ideas to solve real problems. This is deliberately broad - spanning all domains of design,  graphics, services, apparel,  and products. The emphasis of the this is the basic design process: define, explore, select, and refine. You, the student, bring to the program a particular interests and expertise related to, for instance, furniture, fashion, architecture, or products.  All project work is evaluated by your peers -- and indeed, you will also be a peer reviewer. This format allows you to see an interesting collection of projects while getting useful feedback on your own project.



Target audience:

Who is the course for: Any one aspiring hobbyist, image retouches, a makeup artist, or an Art Director, Teachers working with photographers


Prerequisite Skills

Basic computer skills, including how to use a keyboard and mouse In this training, we'll learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop, the premiere image editing application. We'll learn how to retouch a photo while exploring the Photoshop interface and becoming more familiar with the program. We'll also work on a more complex photo compositing project, and learn about layers, selections, healing tools, and image adjustments. This is a four-week course intended for all those teachers who want to understand or improves their skill in Graphics designs and image editing, the course is purely for a beginner no prerequisite required everything to start from nothing till a project is completed.  


Session objectives: 

Duration of the Course: In level one, this is a five weeks 



Objectives of the Course

By the end of this session, participants will:

  • Understand the Photoshop interface 
  • Retouch and blend two images 
  • Understand layers 
  • Use effects and filters 
  • Use the History Panel 
  • Save a file for the web 
  • Use basic healing tools 


Syllabus:   Seassion sylubus is provided outlining all weekly activities   


Week 1: (January 11-17) 

Week one the following will take place:

- Competency Assesment of the students

- Software inventory listing from each participants

- System Analysis of every Participant

- Introduction and my expectation from each students

- Introduction of the Topic to the stuents 

- Hand on approch on week one


Week 2: (January 18-24) Hand on Approch

- Image retouching

- Understanding the History Panel

- Adjusting light with level



Week 3: (January 25-31)

Understanding Image resolution

Compositing Images    



Week 4: (Februrary 1-7)


Retouching second Images

Building Pixel selection



Week 5: (Februrary 8-14)
Be sure to plan time in your syllabus for wrap-up and session evaluations. Don't start a new project or topic in the last week.


Placing Images

Creating reflection

Understanding Filtres

Adjusting light with level

Adding text to an Image

Adding decorative


Media:How will you communicate with participants during the session? Write in all that apply. (You don't need all of them!)  Be as specific as you are able at this stage. You may make changes during the training session. Remember: you may not require participants to pay for using these platforms. Participation in EVO is free. If you have no idea which platforms you will use, write We don’t know yet.


  • Interactive space: Utlisation of Zoom, Chat and Video Tutorial 
  • Content space (where your syllabus, readings, and videos will be)
  • Live meeting space (for synchronous events/webinars)


Other technology tools:What other technology tools will you introduce or practice with participants? (e.g., AboutMe for introductions, Audacity or Chirbit for recording audio..., etc.). You can add more or make changes during the training session. If you don't know, write "We don't know yet."



Suggested sponsor(s): Sponsors are professional associations who would be willing to advertise your session in their elist or newsletters, and who would help create an audience for your session and an interest in EVO participation. (No money or other physical support is requested!) TESOL Interest Section(s) or affiliate(s), IATEFL Special Interest Group(s), or other group(s) who could sponsor your session, such as JALT, KOTESOL, or AVEALMEC. N.B.: The EVO Coordination Team will arrange for TESOL-IS sponsorship, but please tell us which Interest Section you feel would be most likely to sponsor your session. For non-TESOL organizations, we ask that you list all likely sponsors, but please confirm sponsorship with them yourself after your proposal is accepted.



Moderators: Fill in the table on the page you have created for all session moderators and co-moderators. You can change or add to the list later. Co-moderators are expected to take part in the training session along with moderators.


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(country of residence)
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Primary Contact: (just one, please): 

The primary contact is responsible for getting all moderators into the training session, and for communicating deadlines, special events like our live webcasts, and other information to moderators.





By allowing your name to be put forward as co-moderator of this session

you acknowledge the following:


  • I understand that session first-time moderators are required and returning moderators are encouraged to participate in the 5-week Moderators' Development Session from October 18 until November 15, 2021.
  • I am available to actively engage in the EVO session I have agreed to co-moderate between January 9 and February 14, 2021. 
  • I further understand that 
    • EVO sessions are free of advertising and commercial sponsorship.
    • EVO sessions are free and open to all
    • No academic credit may be given for participation.






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