This skillshare is for digital humanists who plan to work with digital images or contemporary objects as well as those who work in collaboration with imaging staff. Understanding the fundamental techniques of image manipulation and recording metadata can be extremely empowering for digital humanists. After watching this skillshare, you could easily add images you’ve gathered for your project to your online platform, archive the description, location, and rights information for easy retrieval, and much more.
This skillshare will cover editing black and white and color images with minimal pixel loss, embedding metadata, resizing images for the web, and creating batch actions. It was created by Jennifer A. Ferretti for LIS 657 Digital Humanities course, instructed by Dr. Chris Sula at Pratt Institute.