Second Year Students: November Projects
2) Additionally, Doodle for Google: Step One, Step Two, and Step Three
3) Wyland National Art Challenge... artwork, and photographs that highlight environmental awareness... $50 gift certificate for art supplies, a student from each grade level K-12 will be awarded... New Camera (arv $500) One winner from among all photography entries will be chosen to win a new camera.
First Year Students: Learning Photoshop
Getting Started with Photoshop:
Exercise 1 Instructions
Exercise 1 Image
Exercise 2 Instructions
Exercise 2 Image
Exercise 3 Instructions
Exercise 3 Image
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Name files LastName+FirstInitial+Lesson#.psd
Older Exercises Due Wednesday, November 9th, 2016
First: a brief discussion about Photoshop layers.
Second: Convert a background into a Photoshop layer
Third: Rasterize layers (at this point, this is a necessary evil).
Exercise 4: Instructions
Exercise 4: Image 1
Exercise 4: Image 2
Exercise 4: Image 3
Exercise 4: Image 4
Exercise 5: Instructions
Exercise 5: Image 1
Exercise 5: Image 2
Exercise 6: Instructions
Exercise 6: Image 1
Newest Exercises Due Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Video: Photoshop Playbook: Making Fine Hair Selections
Exercise 7: Instructions
Exercise 7: Image 1
Exercise 7: Image 2
Exercise 7: Image 3
Exercise 8: Instructions
Exercise 8: Image 1
Exercise 8: Image 2
Exercise 9: Instructions
Exercise 9: Image 1
Project # 3: "About Me" Collage
In Photoshop, create a file that is:
- 8 inches wide
- 10 inches high
- 300 dpi pixel density
- CYMK color mode
Use the techniques you have learned to isolate, delete, and transform portions of the images.
Arrange the images into a visually appealing collage.
The Marquee tools make rectangular, elliptical, single row, and single column selections.
The Lasso tools make freehand, polygonal (straight-edged), and magnetic (snap-to) selections.
The Quick Selection tool lets you quickly “paint” a selection using an adjustable round brush tip.
The Magic Wand tool selects similarly colored areas.
The Color Range command selects a specified color or color range within an existing selection or an entire image.