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  • Demonstrate the brightness and contrast
  • Data compression – saves many storage space because the size is reduced like the ones they do in the
  • Image editing

    1. 1. IMAGE EDITINGBy: Ms. Gemma F. Lamsen - T-1CATALINo D. CEREZO NHSTrainers:Dr. Joseph Lopez & Dr. Ma. Caridad Abaya
    2. 2. Objectives:• At the end of this quarter, you are expected to:– Goals and target– Explore and examine the basic concepts andunderlying principles in photo editing especially usingAdobe Photoshop;– Apply the concepts and skills learned in photo editing– Produce a marketable product or service in photoediting and– Appreciate the relevance of learning the basicconcepts and skills of photo editing
    3. 3. Setting our Goal and TargetsIn studying this module, as a learner you need toset your own learning goal and targets. Followthe illustration below and place your answers inyour activity notebookMy Goals at the end of this module are:1. To know the different editing techniques.2. _________My Targets are:Target 1 - Create an edited pictureTarget 2 - _________________
    4. 4. Let’s begin!
    5. 5. Activity 1: Study the pictures belowshowing services and products processedin an image editing software.
    6. 6. Activity 1: Study the pictures belowshowing services and products processedin an image editing software.
    7. 7. Have you seen the changes?
    8. 8. What do you think was done on thepictures?
    9. 9. What are the effects of the changes? Werethey done for advertising, for entertainment,for emphasis, for other effects?
    10. 10. Do you think you can create thosechanges? How?
    11. 11. Do you want to be a good photo editor?Why?
    12. 12. IMAGE EDITING• Image means….– Photographs• Digital• Analog– illustrations• Edit means…– Alter– Change– Modify
    13. 13. IMAGE EDITING• The process of altering, changing, modifying,whether they are processed photographs,traditional analog photographs or illustrations
    14. 14. Image Editing Softwares• Are the primary tools with which a user maymanipulate, enhance and transform images.• Also used to render or create computer art fromscratch.Examples:Adobe Photoshop CorelPicasa PixiaGIMP
    15. 15. Basic of Photo Editing1. Cropping – a technique where you cut outdistracting background or a clutter of irrelevantobjects around an image.
    16. 16. Study the picture below.What can you say about the picture?
    17. 17. • In cropping, always use the golden inphotography-“rule of thirds”Remember this!
    18. 18. Basic of Photo Editing2. Resizing /ResamplingResizing – changing the size of the imagedepending on the usageRemember!Save a copy of your image before you resize itso that you use it at a different size in thefuture.
    19. 19. Basic of Photo Editing2. Resizing / ResamplingTo learn further about the resizing, tryto look at the following terms:PixelResolutionHave you encountered these words before?Can you tell the class about them?Play video
    20. 20. Basic of Photo Editing2. Resizing / ResamplingResolution – refers to the number ofdots per inch (dpi) that appear in ourimage.Pixel – Number of dots on the screenBut they actually look like small square
    21. 21. Basic of Photo Editing3. Adjusting the Brightness/ContrastBrightness – the amount of light of animageContrast – defines the separation betweenthe darkest area and brightest areas ofthe image.
    22. 22. Basic of Photo Editing3. Adjusting the Brightness/ContrastIncrease in contrast and you increase the separation betweenthe dark and the bright, making shadows darker andhighlights brighter.Example of Contrast:
    23. 23. Basic of Photo Editing4. Sharpening and Softening• Sharpening is a tool that gives emphasis ontextures and for drawing viewer focus.Note:Excessive image sharpness will alwaysincrease the amount of contrast and distortscolor relationships.Softening- is the opposite of Sharpening
    24. 24. Basic of Photo Editing• Sharpening and Softening
    25. 25. Basic of Photo Editing5. Automatic Image Enhancement• Basic automatic image improvement featuresin camera and image editing programs• Corrects color imbalances, red eye reduction,sharpness adjustments, zoom features andautomatic cropping• Why automatic?– Because it happens with less user interaction or isoffered with one click of a button
    26. 26. Basic of Photo Editing6. Data Compression- many image file formats use datacompression to reduce file size and savestorage spaceSome File formats that use data compression:JPEG – Joint Photographic Experts GroupPNG – Portable Network Graphics
    27. 27. Key Terms and Definition• Photoshop Document (.psd) – is the fileformat in which Photoshop saves documents bydefault. It is a multi-layer document that retainsits full editing options when saved.• Layers – the ones that composed a Photoshopdocument. These are single transparent sheetswhich hold particular pieces of an image. Theselayers can contain images, text and vectorgraphics
    28. 28. Key Terms and Definition• Selection – refers to the region in an imagethat will be affected by the various tools.• Resolution – refers to the number of pixels in afull size image• Image Size – actual size of the imageconsidering its height and width size
    29. 29. Key Terms and Definition• Color Mode – refers to the types of colors youwill be using in you imageTypes of color modes:1. CMYK – Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, BlacK- Setting of images that will be printed on paper2. RGB – Red, Green, Blue- color channel for the Web
    30. 30. Activity: Group yourselves intofour and complete the WEBbelow.Direction: Enumerate the basics of image editingand give brief description of each.Imageediting
    31. 31. References:http://www.rcampus.com/rubricshowc.cfm?code=R3XX5C&sp=yes&www.google.comhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDwe5nRdaCIwww.elance.comwww.oid.ucla.eduwww.adobe.com
    32. 32. By: Gemma F. Lamsen• Thank you

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