Digital Image Editing 15DIGBIL

Course Description

  1. Hardware and software: scanners, digital cameras, printers, electronic drafting programmes etc.
  2. Digital drawings and photos: using drawing tools and image-editing programs, colour and colour resolution, image resolution, digital photography, editing digital photographs etc.
  3. Image editing and photo manipulation: editing digital photographs, using effects and filters, using selection tools, cutting and pasting etc.
  4. Composition and layout: typography, text formatting, layering tools, the use of multiple layers in digital images.
  5. Image analysis: the evaluation and analysis of digital images.


An image-editing programme such as Adobe Photoshop or equivalent.

Assessment Methods

Informal continuous guidance and evaluation will be part of both the learning process and a means by which the individual student may acquire increased insight into his/her own academic aptitude for advanced studies and future professional prospects.

All the course units must be passed in order to receive a certificate.

The examination consists of an individual project assignment with a grade which will be entered on the course certificate. The grades will range from A to F, with E as the lowest passing mark. The grade will be assigned in accordance with Telemark University College examination regulations.

Minor adjustments may occur during the academic year, subject to the decision of the Dean

Publisert av / forfatter Ian Harkness <>, last modified Jostein Sandven - 27/02/2012