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Polaroids for media

Polaroids for media

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  • 1. L A U R E N M A B B E T T A S M E D I A MAKING THE DRAWN POLAROIDS
  • 2. THE USED EFFECT The effect that I used to make the images look like a drawing was through the Photoshop. I used the filter poster edges to make it look like a drawing then used a high posterisation to make it look more like a cartoon. It was then my job to make these black and white and lower the opacity of the images.
  • 3. EDITING THE COLOUR AND OPACITY The editing and opacity scales were all edited in Photoshop CS6, I made the images black and white once they had being filtered with the poster edges filter. By using the layers section of Photoshop CS6 I was able to create various amounts of layers I could set on all opacities and then save individually.
  • 4. THE OTHER VIDEOS TO IMAGES
  • 5. FINAL IMAGES

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