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Photoshop Basics

Photo: Computer with Photoshop on the screen

CCOM 9102

Have you ever had a photo you thought could look better? Maybe it is too dark, or the color is bad, or there is something in the photo you want to remove. Here’s a great chance to make your photos look even better.

In this class, learn about how to open, save, crop, brighten/darken, color correct, dodge and burn, plus do minor photo manipulation. If you have a digital copy of a photo that you've always wanted to fix up, bring it along.


  • Your own laptop
  • A recent copy of Photoshop (the trial version can be downloaded prior to the class)
  • Any photos you want to work on (bring them on a USB stick/drive saved as a jpeg or a tiff)

Course details

Dates: TBD
Time: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Location: UNB Fredericton campus (campus map)
10 MacKay Drive, Marshall d'Avary Hall, Room 220
Course fee: $55 (+ HST)
Instructor: Steve MacGillivary

About the instructor

Stephen has extensive experience in Photography and with Photoshop. He was the Photo Editor at the Fredericton Daily Gleaner for 5 years and a Photographer with the Fredericton Daily Gleaner for over 25 years. Stephen grew up in Halifax, NS, but started his love for photography in Victoria, BC, before moving to Fredericton in 1989. Stephen has won many regional, national and international awards for his work.

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