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Agenda 9/9/14, 9/10/14 1) Learning and applying the Elements of Art and Principles of Design: Complete Group Project Presentations 2) Elements of Art and Principles of Design Sketchbook Assignment – Complete and turn in. 3) Introduction to Photoshop continued: Skills to review and master: • Selections/ inverse selections • Hue/Saturation • Transformations • Layers: opacity, stacking order • Paintbrush and pencil tools • History Palette 4) Photoshop Assignment #1 : veggie portrait or edible architecture 5) Photoshop Practice Assignment #2: Photo Montage --Highly recommended: Bring a USB/Flash drive to class and save your work in 2 locations
Log in Procedure: Logging in to your personal H drive: 1) Click on the blue drive at the right side of the doc with 3 people on it. It say “Stu. Home” 2) A dialog box appears. 3) Enter your username (last name first initial last 4 digits of SI) and password (you should have changed your password to 7 characters or less on a school PC) Click OK. 4) A dialogue box appears again. Select Stuhome Click OK. 5) You are now logged in to your personal H drive only.
PS Assignment #1: Veggie. Portrait or Edible Architecture Create a face or architecture by selecting individual vegetables and removing them from their backgrounds. Move them, duplicate them etc. Requirements: 1) Clean selections: • Remove images with selection Tools, magic wand, eraser 2) Transformation of objects: • Size/scale • Hue/saturation • Rotation • Duplication TITLE this document “your last name_veggie. psd” and save in your H drive.
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PS Assignment #2: PHOTO MONTAGE: • Use of 5 or more different images Transformation of objects in the following ways: • Size/scale • Hue/saturation • Rotation, warp, distort, etc. • Opacity (in layers) --use any images on practice files, or go to freedigitalphotos. net, or gettyimages. com --Must have a background color or image. TITLE the document “your last name_montage. psd” SAVE both your veggiehead and the montage in your student home -- make a folder called “Imaging Practice” Files”
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