Summer 2010 Governors School
|Assignment 1||1) If you haven't already set
up a free GoogleSites page.
2) Collect or Download COPYRIGHT FREE images for editing. Can be your images or images from links provided.
3) Photoshop interface -
FREE Copyright Free Images
Simulation: Step 1 - setting up your Google Sites account
Simulation: Step 2 - setting up your Google Sites account
Simulation: Step 3 - setting up your Google Sites account
|Assignment 2||1) How to use the
"Crop" & "Straighten" tools in Adobe Photoshop
2) Image formats (JPEG, GIF, PSD)
Downloadable Support Files
Crooked Image Example
Three images in one (crop and straighten each individual image then upload the original and the three fixed images to your Google Sites - To Your "Documents & Assignments" page).
and cropping an image photographed at an angle
Simulation: Straightening and cropping a scanned image
|Assignment 3||1) Working with
multiple layer compositions - creating multiple payers within
-2) Selecting and transforming image elements - using selection tools within Photoshop.
3) Cropping, straightening, and sizing images
4) Adding text - using the text tools within Photoshop.
5) Saving/Image Formats - .JPEG and .PSD.
|Download at least 4 images and demonstrate how one can select and remove portions of one image and add them to another using the selection tools. Create 4 new images from the existing 4 for a total of 8 images. Upload all images to your Google Sites "Documents & Assignments" page AND/OR embed them into the document for immediate display.||*Practice
Simulations: Rectangular Marquee tool.
Simulations: Eliptical Marquee tool.
Simulations: Selecting a Color Range.
Simulations: Magnetic Lasso tool.
Simulations: Magic Wand tool.
Simulations: Moving selections between images
|Assignment 4||Paint, Edit, and Heal - Using the various healing and brush tools within Photoshop to retouch images (also retouch and restore older scanned images).||Heal each image to the best of your abilities using the tools, processes, and methods demonstrated in class. upload both the original and fixed images.||"Image Correction"|
Red Eye Example 1
|Assignment 5||Introduction to image
transparency - Use Photoshop to create images with transparent
backgrounds (.GIF format).
Using Photoshop to replace color and correct over/underexposed images - Use various filters and techniques to edit color and improve exposure issues with various digital image formats.
|Using Adobe Photoshop CS4 to
modify and correct the following underexposed and overexposed
images: Old Barn
(1), The Met
(2), Cave (3),
and Garden (4)
Continue (using the tools and techniques covered in class) to correct overexposure and underexposure and color for the following images:
the transparent GIF
Simulation: Sizing and saving the transparent GIF
Simulation: Color Correction