Monday, January 23, 2017

Retouching Assignment

 For this one you're going to need a picture of somebody with wrinkles. So you open that picture in Photoshop and now you start using different tools to remove the wrinkles. You can also adjust the lightening to make the picture look better. Then you save the image, and then you're done!!!

Magazine Cover Assignment

 For this one you're going to need a picture of a magazine and a picture of your face. So you take the magazine and put it into Photoshop, after that you take the picture of you and place that picture on top of the models face. Now you can start experimenting with the lightening in ENHANCE-ADJUST LIGHTENING or ENHANCE-ADJUST COLOR FOR SKIN TONE. Then when you're happy with the way your face turned out, you can flatten image and the you're done!!!

Movie Poster Assignment

For this one you're only going to need a picture of a poster and a picture of yourself. I chose the Star Wars The Force Awakens poster, but you can choose whatever poster you would like. So when you have your poster you open it in Photoshop and you take the picture of yourself and start to edit your face so you can put it on top of the actors face. Then you flatten image, and you're done!!!

Photo Collage with Text Features

For this one you're  going to need a LOT of pictures! So you get all the pictures you're going to need and then you open them in Photoshop and start to put them all together in one image. Then you have to put on different texts/sentences. After that you flatten image and then you're done!!!

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Classical "Painted" Portrait

 For this one you need a picture you took yourself. So first you choose the picture you want and then you put it into Photoshop. Then you go to Filter-Filter Gallery. Now you can adjust the size on your image down to the left. When you have the size you would like you go to the Artistic folder on the right, and then you choose the filter you want. Remember that you want the picture to look like a painting. I chose the Watercolor filter on the top picture. Then you push the Ok button and then you're done!

Creative Blurring


For this one you're going to need an image that you want, I think it might look better if you have more than one thing in that image, but it's your choice. Then you open that image in Photoshop and chose the Selection Brush Tool, after that you change the mode to Mask and start to color in the thing you don't want to be blurry. Then you go to Filter-Blur then you can choose the kind of blur you want. I chose the Radial Blur, and the Radial Blur looks like the top picture. At the bottom you can find the original picture.

Portrait Montage Using Different Backgrounds

For this one you're just going to need a lot of different backgrounds and a picture of yourself. You find all of the different pictures and then you start putting them together into one picture. When you have that picture you have to put in a self portrait. Then you flatten the image, and then you're done!!!

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Photo Challenge Number 1

Day 1: Self Portrait

Day 2: What You Wore Today

Day 3: Clouds

Day 4: Something Green

'Day 5: Morning Sky

Day 6: From a Low Angle (Worm's Eye View)


Day 7: Fruit

Day 8: A Bad Habit

Day 9: Someone You Love

Day 10: Childhood Memory

Day 11: Something Blue

Day 12:Sunset

Day 13: Yourself  With 13 Things

Day 14: Eyes

Day 15: Silhouette

Day 16: Long Exposure

Day 17: Technology

Day 18: Your Shoes

Day 19: Something Orange

Day 20: Bokeh

Day 21: Faceless Self Portrait

Day 22: Hands

Day 23: Sunflare

Day 24: Animal

Day 25: Something Pink

Day 26: Close-Up

Day 27: From a Distance

Day 28: Flowers

Day 29: Black & White

Day 30: Self Portrait





Friday, January 13, 2017

Self-Portrait Montage With Different Filters

This one takes more time and effort because you have to take a hole bunch of pictures of yourself and that means that you kinda have to pose for all of the different pictures. So when you have your different pictures you have to choose different filters for the pictures. Then you just put them all together and you're done!

Thursday, January 12, 2017

triple Portrait (Evolution)

For this one you're going to need a tree, an animal or a human being. So first you need to figure out which one you want, then you find three different pictures that shows how the animal, human or plant evolves. Then you have to put all of the three different pictures on a background that shows the animal, human or plant from seed or newborn to tiny plant or kid and then to fully grown plant or grown up. After that you're done!

Candyland Landscape

This one is not so hard because all you need is some pictures of candy and Photoshop. First you need to find the candy you would like in your picture, then you have to open Photoshop and start making your own Candyland. Then when all of your candy pictures are in the right spot, you're done!

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Art Addition to Masterpiece

This one is really fun to do, and it doesn't take to much time. So the things you're going to need is a picture of yourself, a masterpiece and Photoshop. First you cut out your face and put it on your masterpiece. Then you might need to adjust the color of your face. To do that you click ENHANCE-ADJUST COLOR, now you can experiment with the different colors. When you're done with that you can save your work and then you're done!

Repetition Used In a Creative Way

For this one you're going to need one picture you would like to create a pattern with. So when you have the picture you make a new file. When that's done you start dragging the pictures into that file and you start to resize the picture. After you did that multiple times you should be left with a pattern. I chose to do it with a flower that you can see on the image to the left.

Look Who's in Our School

For this one you're only going to need some pictures of the characters you want to be on your school. For my image I chose the Star Wars characters to be on my school. So you find the pictures you want then you start to cut them out and put them in a picture of your school. Then you're done!