The following (8) items are due:

mccann-web114-a06

  1. -a06-01.psd – original work document
    (File>Save As…>PSD)
    .
  2. -a06-01.jpg – exported for web use
    (File>Export>Save for Web)
    .
  3. -a06-02.psd – original work document
    (File>Save As…>PSD)
    .
  4. -a06-02.jpg – exported for web use
    (File>Export>Save for Web)
    .
  5. -a06-03.psd – original work document
    (File>Save As…>PSD)
    .
  6. -a06-03.jpg – exported for web use
    (File>Export>Save for Web)
    .
  7. -a06-04.psd – original work document
    (File>Save As…>PSD)
    .
  8. -a06-04.jpg – exported for web use
    (File>Export>Save for Web)

To review saving process see assignment 05 page for more information

Photoshop Copy, Drag & Clone

Use directions from Week 06 Copy, Drag & Cloning

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des114 05 2 collage example

(a06-01) Create a collage of flip-flops using the tools and techniques listed below :

  • Using the Clipboard:
    To copy and paste a selection
    To paste into a selection
  • Drag-coping a selection or layer between files with the Move tool:
    To drag and drop a selection between documents with the Move tool
  • Drag-Copying layers between files via the Layers panel:
    To drag-copy a layer between files via the Layers panel
  • Fading the edge of a layer via a gradient in a layer mask:
    To fade the edge of a layer via a gradient in a layer mask
  • Using the Clone Stamp tool and the Clone Source panel:
    To use the Clone Stamp tool and the Clone Source panel

Remember to always name your layers

Photoshop Adjustment Layers

Use directions from Week 06 Using Adjustment Layers

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(a06-02) Sub-divide an image into (6) parts.

web114 05 3 i00 make guidelines To do that: from top menu View> Rulers>Show Rulers

  • (1) Click on the vertical (left) ruler and drag out into artboard (2) allow guide to snap to center and release.
  • (1) Click on the horizontal (top) ruler and drag down into artboard – (2) allow guide to snap to 300 px.
  • (1) Again click on the horizontal (top) ruler and drag down into artboard – (2) allow guide to snap to 600 px.

NOTE: The above directions are for a vertical oriented image. You can use the same numbers for a horizontal image – just drag from the opposite ruler in each step.

Use a different adjustment technique listed below in each of the sub-divided areas:

  • Applying a Photo Filter adjustment
     To apply a Photo Filter adjustment
  • Applying a Hue/Saturation adjustment
    To apply a Hue/Saturation adjustment
  • Applying a Vibrance adjustment
     To desaturate a color layer using Vibrance, then restore color selectivity
  • Applying a Black & White adjustment
    To convert a layer to grayscale via a Black & White adjustment
  • Tinting an image via a Gradient Map adjustment
     To tint an image via a Gradient Map adjustment
  • Screening back a layer using Levels
    To screen back a layer using Levels

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Photoshop Type Tool

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An example of using all the techniques listed below …and a slice of blue.

Use directions from Week 06 The Type Tool & Panel

(a06-03) Style your name to incorporate all the following:

  1. Recoloring type
  2. Changing the font family and font style
  3. Changing the font size
  4. Applying kerning and tracking
  5. Shifting type from the baseline
  6. *XC* Inserting a shape using the Custom Shape tool

Remember to always name your layers as necessary…

Photoshop Advanced Blending Options

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(a06-04) Creating distressed graffiti by the following method:

  • Set up a document using an image from the provided gallery.
  • Review the steps found on 06 Blending Modes
  • Use any background and place your logo created in Week 03 Assignment 1
  • On the Logo layer use the (a06-04Advanced Blending options steps to create a stylistic effect to your logo.
  • Name each layer accordingly.
  • Remember to Save 
  • Add other bits of personal graffiti as you see fit.

Remember to always name your layers as necessary…

Assignment Submission:

You should be sending me a ZIPd folder containing the appropriate file(s)

  • Use (1) one assignment folder: LastName-web114a06
  • Place properly named assignment file(s) in this folder.
    LastName-web114-a06-0*.jpg
    LastName-web114-a06-0*.psd
  • After all the assignment 07 parts Right-click on the assignment folder and select Compress”…”
    A Zip’d copy of the folder will now appear

Submitting your assignment

  1. You are sending the URL to your ZIP’d assignment via an eMail app of choice
    Send to :Martin.McCann@seattlecolleges.edu
  2. The Subject line should contain the following:
    Web114 – a0(assignment number) – 0(section)
  3. In the body of the message should be a direct URL to this week’s assignment. If you are using the Edison server the URL should look somewhat like this:
    http://edison.seattlecentral.edu/~Your.Name/web114/LastName-web114-a0*.zip

Due Friday – Week 06