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  • Photoshop Tutorials “Halftone” 1. Open an image in Photoshop 2. QUICK MASK the main subject matter 3. Exit QUICK MASK 4. CTR-SHIFT I (SELECT INVERSE) 5. COPY & PASTE 6. You should now have two layers (BACKGROUND & LAYER 1 – or LAYER 1, LAYER 2) 7. Click on the BACKGROUND LAYER 8. FILTER  PIXELATE  COLOR HALFTONE: 4 | 255 | 255 | 255 | 255 or to taste 9. EDIT  FADE COLOR HALFTONE  20% or to taste 10. Make a NEW BLANK LAYER 11. GRADIENT TOOL  use the B&W preset or hit the letter D on your keyboard, then draw a gradient filling the NEW LAYER (do this to taste) 12. FILTER  PIXELATE  COLOR HALFTONE (same) 13. SELECT ALL 14. EDIT CUT then ENTER QUICK MASK and EDIT PASTE 15. EXIT QUICK MASK and CTRL-SHIFT I (SELECT INVERSE) 16. EYEDROPPER COLOR from your image, the reverse the FOREGROUND and BACKGROUND COLORS and EYEDROPPER another color from your image 17. Use the GRADIENT TOOL and draw a gradient with the two EYEDROPPER selected colors (FOREGROUND – BACKGROUND GRADIENT) 18. Change LAYER BLENDING MODE to OVERLAY reverse
  • Photoshop Tutorials “Newspaper Fade” 1. Open an image in Photoshop 2. IMAGE  ADJUST  HUE/SAT  lower the saturation 3. DUPLICATE the LAYER 4. IMAGE  ADJUSTMENTS  CHANNEL MIXER  MONOCHROME to taste 5. Reset your colors by hitting D on the keyboard 6. FILTER  SKETCH  PHOTOCOPY 8 | 8 (or to taste) 7. Change LAYER BLENDING MODE to OVERLAY 8. Change OPACITY to 45% or to taste 9. DUPLICATE the BACKGROUND 10. FILTER  PIXELATE  MEZZOTINT  FINE DOTS 11. EDIT  FADE MEZZOTINT 10% or lower 12. Change LAYER BLENDING MODE to OVERLAY 13. FILTER  ARTISTIC  ROUGH PASTELS 3 | 1 | 50 | 3 14. FLATTEN IMAGE 15. IMAGE  ADJUSTMENTS  HUE/SAT lower saturation and increase LIGHTNESS OPTIONAL (OLD B&W NEWSPAPER) 1. Turn this image B&W 2. BLANK NEW LAYER 3. FILL BUCKET with a PATTERN 4. Choose a PATTERN from the ARTISTIC MENU 5. FILL BUCKET the NEW LAYER 6. Change LAYER BLENDING MODE to OVERLAY or MULTIPLY
  • Photoshop Tutorials “Turn a Photo into a Drawing” 1. Open an image in Photoshop 2. Turn the image B&W 3. DUPLICATE LAYER 4. CTRL I (IMAGE  ADJUST  INVERT) 5. LAYER BLENDING MODE  COLOR DODGE 6. FILTER  BLUR  GAUSSIAN BLUR  to taste 7. FLATTEN IMAGE 8. FILTER  BRUSHSTROKES CROSSHATCH 5 | 11 | 1 9. EDIT  FADE  20% or to taste 10. NEW BLANK LAYER 11. FILL BUCKET with a ARTISTIC PATTERN 12. Change LAYER BLENDING MODE to OVERLAY 13. REPEAT STEP 10 & 11 but use a different ARTISTIC PATTERN from the last time 14. Change LAYER BLENDING MODE to MULTIPLY and OPACITY 20% or less
  • Creating a Zine “an underground photocopy magazine” A. Things Needed: 1. Different types of paper 2. Photos (printed) 3. Pen or marker 4. Glue and scissors B. Process: 1. You should start by folding your rough copy. To make a 12-page (10 pages plus a front and back cover), 8.5' x 5.5' zine. Start out by taking three pieces of regular sized computer paper, fold them in half horizontally, and hold them sideways like a book. 2. Next you need to pick your subject(s). Some popular topics are: stories, polls, video game tips, talking about a band you like, comics, artwork, recipes, fashion tips, local news, and politics. Remember you are telling a story through photojournalism/photo essays. 3. Pick a title. A good title is short, to the point, and easy to remember. 4. Develop a Layout. Think about style, design, placement, and arrangement of space. Where are the photos going? Where is the text? Keep it consistent throughout your zine or book. 5. Create a Mockup. Using your folded computer paper, make a sample. 6. Collect your materials. Gather your images, and any designs you will need. Collage your work using scissors, glue and other materials. 7. Scan. Place your collages on the scanner. Edit in Photoshop.