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More Photoshop Secrets for the Web

Presented at: {{http://2010.highedweb.org/EventDetail.aspx?guid=7e8c85b2-815e-440f-9e55-6c87e48eac20,HighEdWeb 2010}}

Joel Pattison
Associate Director of Creative Services
College of William & Mary

Digital imagery is a great way to engage visitors on any college website. Compelling photographs connect prospective students to the institution and reconnect alumni to their alma mater. In the ever-changing world of digital photography there are new tools and techniques to produce better quality results, faster. This session (a follow-up to last year’s successful “Photoshop Secrets for Eye-Popping Images”) armed Web designers with even more tips, shortcuts, and methods for producing spectacular digital images. With Adobe Photoshop and photos from William & Mary’s historic campus, this session explored techniques for enhancing photographs for the Web. With a special focus on typography, Camera Raw and High Dynamic Range photos, this session was ideal for people with a wide range of experience with Adobe’s Creative Suite. This demonstration even touched on some of the coolest new features in Photoshop CS5.