CCCTC Digital Media Arts Students Working on Restoring Old, Faded, and Torn Images

In photo is CCCTC Digital Media Arts student, Madison Reams from Moshannon Valley Area High School

Digital Media Arts A.M. students at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) are currently working on restoring old, faded, and torn images, and colorizing black and white photos.  For this project, students learn about Photoshop layers, utilizing selection tools, brushes, and blending modes, and how to export in multiple formats.  Layers are an absolutely critical concept for mastering Photoshop. Adobe introduced layers in Photoshop 3 in 1995. Today, nearly every graphics program of note features this important innovation in digital imaging. In photo is Madison Reams, Digital Media Arts Student from Moshannon Valley Area High School. To learn more about the opportunities in the Digital Media Arts program for high school and adult students, visit us at