Digital Imaging with Photoshop Elements and KidPix Digital Imaging with Photoshop Elements and KidPix This web page lists links to tutorials and lesson plans that use Photoshop Elements and KidPix, two popular digital imaging applications. Also included are some school sites that show examples of digital imaging classes and/or lessons using other software which are comparable to Elements and/or KidPix. Photoshop Elements Tutorials and Program Overview Jay Arraich's Photoshop Elements Tips Photoshop Elements Lessons and Examples of Digital Art Cubism and the Photomontage-Photo II - David Hockney Cubism and the Photomontage-Photo II, Grade Level: High School Lesson Plan Submitted by: Joe Applebaum , Cleveland, Ohio The lesson on this page is not digital but can easily be adapted as a digital lesson.
Tux Paint Tux Paint is a free, award-winning drawing program for children ages 3 to 12 (for example, preschool and K-6). Tux Paint is used in schools around the world as a computer literacy drawing activity. It combines an easy-to-use interface, fun sound effects, and an encouraging cartoon mascot who guides children as they use the program. Kids are presented with a blank canvas and a variety of drawing tools to help them be creative. (See the full list of features.) October 16, 2013 — Tux Paint lead developer Bill Kendrick will be joining Susie Kameny, Curriculum Technology Integration Specialist and Vice President of CUE San Francisco, at the fall 2013 Computer-Using Educators (CUE) conference in Northern California later this month, to talk about Tux Paint in the elementary classroom.
National Gallery of Art NGAkids Art Zone SEA-SAWS SEA-SAWS is fun for kids of all ages. Select photographs of natural and man-made objects, then arrange the pieces to create a seascape or an abstract composition. The BUILD tool helps you construct animated characters and set them in motion. (Shockwave, 7.5 MB)
Enoch Bolles,pin-up,pinup,GGA,flapper Art-Deco pin-up master. Worked exclusively as a cover artist, painting oils for Film Fun, Screen Romances, Stolen Sweets, Gay Book, Judge, Titter, Cupid's Capers, Live Stories, Tattle Tales, Gay Parisienne, and the endless "Stories": Pep, Breezy, Snappy, Bedtime, Spicy. Often did premier issues. Excellent portraiturist, using the faces (and figures) of young starlets like Myrna Loy, Ida Lupino, etc. Admired by, among others, Alberto Vargas, who has been mistaken for Bolles in one famous and continuing case (see below).
1.5.3 You are using an ancient web browser, Stripgenerator does not work properly in it.Get rid of Internet Explorer 6! Upgrade to a new version or use another browser like Chrome, Opera, Safari or Firefox. StripGenerator Say hello to manoli_martin How to Photograph Anything When we launched Learn My Shot, just over 2 years ago, our mission was to create the most comprehensive resource where photographers could learn how to photograph anything. We are still enthusiastically working towards this goal. With the help of contributing photographers we published over 90 creative step by step howto tutorials that answered the most common question: How to photograph…? How to Photograph a Model
Douanier Rousseau Create an imaginary landscape with NGAkids JUNGLE. Mix and match the animals, control the weather and lighting conditions, or construct flowers, trees, and plants. An "AUTO" button generates random compositions, so you can sample program options and experiment with special effects as a starting point for your own designs. This Shockwave interactive is intended for children of all ages. 33 Remarkable Photoshop Brushes That You Must Bookmark The paint brush is the medium that communicates the artist’s intention onto the canvas. An experienced artist once pointed out that, Most of the materials involved in painting are expendable. Just about the only tools worth protecting are your paint brushes." I’d like to bring this concept into today’s commercial painting programs, where the Paint Brush in Photoshop is perhaps one of the most precious and useful tools invented. Given the countless advantages of the Paint Brush tool, it is clear that it is almost as capable as what a traditional paint brush can do.
50 Awesome Opencourseware Links to Effectively Get Your Photography Degree for Free Whether you are a first time digital camera owner, or someone looking to start a professional photography business, knowledge is key. Utilize these 50 courses, guides, and more to bring out the best in your photos. For Beginners These courses are a must for the first time photographer, or those looking to brush up on their camera skills. 1.
A Level Photography: Examples, Ideas and Creative Techniquesamiria [blog] Students who are sitting A Level Photography (AS or A2 level) often search the internet looking for ideas and inspiration. This article contains a gallery of creative techniques that A Level Photography students may wish to use within their work. It showcases A Level Photography examples and artist models. Ideas relate specifically to photographic techniques, compositional strategy and use of media. Digitally merge images to play with scale, as in this photograph by Katherine Mitchell: 13 Free Photoshop Actions That Will Save You A Lot of Time Have you ever heard of Photoshop actions? If you haven’t, wow, you’re missing out on a lot! Photoshop actions are the universe’s gift to photographers and avid Photoshop users.
Double Exposure Style in Photoshop We've featured quite a few posts and images with the effect most call double exposure. This technique consists of 2 images superimposed. There are some really nice examples with very intricate overlaying, usually with faces of people mixed with photos of nature. I've been thinking about giving it a whirl in Photoshop for a long time and I've finally gotten around to it. So in this tutorial/case study I will show you how to create this double exposure effect using Photoshop and some stock photos. The process is simple however it does take time to adjust the details.
How to make Planets & Nebulas in Photoshop There a lot of space tutorials out there some are better than others, I have managed to try and select a few of what I think can allow you to get great effects that look like they belong and don’t look completely Photoshopped. I tried to be as varied as possible so there are tutorials for creating planets, stars, nebulas and atmospheric type gasses. The great thing is that they lay down the building blocks to experiment and create you own stunning universe. Gas bursts and Atmosphere
BMX – The Union » Through The Lens: How To Create An Animated .GIF *Click to see larger There has always been something intriguing to me about a .GIF file. They are almost mesmerizing in a way and although they have been around for 25 years and are one of the oldest formats used on the web, they are becoming more and more popular just as programs like Photoshop are making it easier than ever to create your own. It is an amazing way to take a sequence and make it come alive right before your eyes. You can get as creative as you want and honestly the possibilities are endless. It is much easier than you think and the process can become quite addicting.