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Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
Photoshop Basics - MECA 2011
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Presentation at MECA Mississippi 2011 about the basics of Photoshop. This was a hands on session.

Presentation at MECA Mississippi 2011 about the basics of Photoshop. This was a hands on session.

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  • Ins
  • Instruct the class to open image 7
  • Clone stamp 8&9Healing, Spot Healing, and Patch 13
  • 14 for Selections
  • 10 & 11
  • Transcript

    • 1.
    • 2. Integrating Photoshop CS5 in your Classroom
      Michael Trest & Dr. Shuyan Wang
    • 3. Before we begin..
      This session is for you if you want to know about Photoshop but don’t have a clue where to start.
      Today will serve as a starting place for you to discover the vast world of things you can do with Photoshop
    • 4. Before we begin..
      You can expect :
      to learn about resolution and image size
      to learn about image editing
      to learn about the selection tool
      to learn about layers
      to discover the many ways you can enhance instruction using Photoshop
    • 5. Resolution and image size
      Resolution is the number of tiny squares that make up a digital image.
    • 6. Resolution and image size
      Resolution is measured in DPI (Dots Per Inch) or PPI (Pixels Per Inch)
      High Resolution (for Print) = 300 DPI
      Low Resolution (for Screen) = 72 PPI
      Images saved for use on the internet
      should always be saved at 72 PPI because they are much smaller file sizes and the screen cannot display any higher resolution.
    • 7. Resolution and image size
      High (300ppi)
      Low (72ppi)
    • 8. Resolution and image size
      Image size is simply how big your image is
      Measured Height x Width
      640x480
      1024x768
      1920x1080
    • 9. Resolution and image size
      Always remember to go down from High Resolution to low not the other way around
      Your camera will generally take pictures in 300ppi, but the settings will adjust the image size (Fine, Normal, Low)
    • 10. You try it…
      Resize your image by:
      Click on “Image”
      Click on “Image Size”
      Try adjusting the “Resolution” first
      • Change the resolution to 72ppi
      • 11. notice the image size gets smaller too
    • Image editing basics
      Resize Images by:
      Changing Resolution
      Changing Dimensions (hxw)
      Crop
      ~Choose the “Crop” tool
      ~Choose the part of the image that you want to keep.
      ~Confirm your choice
    • 12. Image editing basics
      Other Basic Editing:
      Manual Image Correction
      ~ Contrast, Brightness, Color, etc.
      ~ Click on “Image”, then “Adjustments”
      Or.. Just let Photoshop do it
      ~ Click on “Image”, then one of the Auto corrections
    • 13. Image editing basics
      Now we need to save it
      1). File, Save will save as a PSD (Photoshop Document)
      ~Can only be opened in photoshop
      2). File, Save for Web and Devices will save as a usable image
      ~ jpeg, GIF, png, etc.
      ~ Can be used in all other programs
    • 14. A bit of advanced image editing
      Blemishes, Redeye and un-wanted objects:
      The Clone Stamp
      Spot Healing & Healing Tools
      The Patch Tool
    • 15. A bit of advanced image editing
      Panoramic other “Pro” stuff
      Levels adjustment:
      ~ Image, Adjustment, Levels
      Redeye
      3)Photo Filters
      ~ Image, Adjustment, Photo filters
      4) Photo Merge (Easiest in Bridge)
    • 16. Down, down the rabbit hole we go…
      Selections
      You can select different parts of your picture to manipulate, cut, or copy just that part
       Some of the selection tools
    • 17. Down, down the rabbit hole we go…
      Layers
      Photoshop is not Flat ~ Christopher Columbus
      Your layers stack on top of each other
      The ones on the top will cover those on the bottom
      Use this to your advantage
    • 18. Tips and Tricks to play with
      Add a Stroke (Border) to your image
      Add Text to your image
      Add shapes, other pictures, and anything you can think of that will enhance your presentation materials
      Resize your canvas (not the image)
    • 19. More Resources
      Our Presentation Google Site
      sites.google.com/meca11ps
      Other Resources
      http://tv.adobe.com/show/learn-photoshop-cs5/
      http://www.adobe.com/support/photoshop/gettingstarted/index.html

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