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Assignment 1: Blend Photos Like a Hollywood Movie Poster in Photoshop - Web save the new photo in your PhotoShop folder as PS_Movie_Poster_Yourname You will start out by selecting two pictures you want to combine Then create a new document named as above Make it a width of 8 x height 10.5 inches Resolution 300 Color Mode CMYK Background Transparent You will move both picture files onto this new document Follow the link instructions from here on - Web Assignment 2: Selecting two pictures you want to combine. You should be in both pictures. Then follow the steps above and the steps on the link. Save the new photo in your PhotoShop folder as PS_Movie_Poster_ME_Yourname
Magazine Cover Create in Photoshop Proper English and spelling only – no slang Do not use parenthesis on this document. All items on this assignment must be school appropriate. Get approval from teacher often! Rubric - 100 Points Possible
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Using reflections in photography can lead to some amazing effects and beautiful images. Using water, windows, mirrors or any sort of reflective surface can change an image into a work of art.
Want to spice up a dull photograph? Take the same shot with a cool reflection in it and you’ll be considered a photography master getting faved all over Flickr. Try it, you’ll thank me later. Here are a few examples to give you a little inspiration. Two equestrian riders by mattbaird
Join in practicing your photography skills by participating in our weekly blog photography assignments! This is a list of all of our weekly assignments to take and a link to the original blog entries. It's also never too late to participate in sharing your assignments on the forum. Just post your images under the appropriate assignment thread . Weekly Assignment 1 - Up Close One of the absolute best ways to improve your photography is to practice!!!
This week has been filled with great photography, tutorials and interesting blogs as shared by some truly gifted artists. The photography community has been busy, and Toad Hollow Photography has compiled this list of some of the very best pieces encountered during their weekly adventures. We sincerely hope you enjoy viewing these posts as much at the Toad did in bringing this list to you.
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You may have heard the expression “Less is more” before. It’s a term often used in various situations and can also apply to the world of photography composition. A problem many photographers have is that they like to cram as much into the frame as they possibly can because it just seems to be the natural thing to do. Why show a couple of people or objects in your image when you can show half a dozen? In some instances this is the right thing to do in photography composition. For example, a once-in-a-lifetime trip with several friends or family members warrants everybody’s face in the shot.