Wespic hosts an intensive, innovative graphic imaging and photography certificate courses in Adobe© Photoshop and Illustrator, designed to enable the growing numbers of individuals who dream of crafting a career out of these abilities. “The times are exciting for people who have that skill. Opportunities exist, and can also be made,”.
The WESPIC classes have been running successfully for several years, and the people who have gone on to use what they learned to advance their lives are numerous. “It’s a means to self-empowerment. I’m just really glad to facilitate that kind of goodness for others,” Nicholls concludes.
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Did you know?
Generally all over the world
there are many file types used in graphic design and digital photography. Here in Trinidad and Tobago the more common file types used in our commercial industry are: JPG, GIF, PDF and TIFF.
GIF files, are a format commonly used for graphics presented on websites. GIFs can contain a maximum of 256 colors, and are therefore best for images that contain simple shapes, a limited color palette, text and other elements as opposed to photos.
JPG files, also known as JPEG files, are a common file format for digital photos and other digital graphics. When JPG files are saved, they use "lossy" compression, meaning image quality is lost as file size decreases. JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, the committee that created the file type.
A TIFF file, or TIF file, stands for Tagged Image File Format. TIF files are a common format for images, especially those used on graphic design.
Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format used to represent documents in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems. Each PDF file encapsulates a complete description of a fixed-layout flat document, including the text, fonts, graphics, and other inform ation needed to display it. This is the most common format used to support the print production process in Trinidad and Tobago.
So now you know.
But don't worry, all is not lost!
Despite the saturated market of non-skilled software armed people.
What I have noticed is this; the graphic designer who is deadline oriented, has an equal balance of technical and creative skill, is always in demand.
Expected starting salaries for authentic creators in Trinidad and Tobago start at around TT$ 48,000 a year, rising to between TT$72,000 and TT$180,000 for more senior positions.
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