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A short description of how to choose your photography coursework styles.

A short description of how to choose your photography coursework styles.


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  • 1. Coursework Styles
  • 2. Make your style bold• But be aware of the colours you use• But be aware of the colours you use• But be aware of the colours you use
  • 3. Make your style uniform•Don’t change your text style or background from slide to slide
  • 4. Allow space to explain what you’ve done • At each stage of your work you have to show a screenshot or the picture itself and what you have done to make that picture the way it is. • You must also say why you did that.
  • 5. Put in your mistakes • “I tried this and it didn’t work out the way I expected so I undid the work.” • ALWAYS give every step even if you don’t like it.
  • 6. Keep the text on the same side• Don’t be tempted to move the text box to the other side of the screen
  • 7. Make your own logo • Try making your own unique logo which goes on your slide somewhere. • It must go in the same Just use your place on every slideinitials to make it simple • It must match your style
  • 8. Exemplar PresentationOliver Browning Year 11
  • 9. PhotographyJerry Uelsmann Style
  • 10. JerryUelsmannStep 1I took this picture atthe No.5 tower. Thiswas my startingpicture. I liked theangle of the tower andthe way the picturewas taken made theviewer feel small incomparison with thetower
  • 11. JerryUelsmannStep 2I used the MagicEraser tool to removemost of thebackground. As youcan see, the bushesnear the bottom ofthe picture neededfixing.
  • 12. JerryUelsmannStep 3I took this picture acouple of weeks aftertaking the one of thetowerI used this picture ofthe sky as it wasdramatic and I likedthe way the light wascoming through. Iused this as a newbackground for mytower
  • 13. JerryUelsmannStep 4I copied and pastedthe sky into a newlayer, which I putbehind the tower layer
  • 14. Jerry UelsmannStep 5The flag would havebeen difficult to erasearound, so I just erasedit completely using theeraser tool
  • 15. Jerry UelsmannStep 6The hedges on the leftand right of the picturehadn’t been erasedvery well, so I used theEraser tool, with a smalldiameter with 100%hardness and I justmanually erased thetop of the hedge on theleft hand side.
  • 16. Jerry UelsmannStep 7I did the same for theother side
  • 17. Jerry UelsmannStep 8I usedFilter>Distort>Twirland set the twirl to 346degrees. This gave thesky a vacuum effectwhich I really likedbecause it made it feellike the tower wasbeing sucked in.
  • 18. Jerry UelsmannStep 9I pasted in a picture ofa model in a new layerbetween thebackground and thetower.
  • 19. Jerry UelsmannStep 10I used Free Transformto make the picturesmaller and I moved itto the top of the tower.I did this because Ihoped it would give asense of mystery andsurrealism.
  • 20. Jerry UelsmannStep 11I then went toImage>Adjustments>Brightness/Contrast.I set the brightness to-100 and the contrastto +100. This made theperson asilhouette, making itfeel more mysterious.
  • 21. Jerry UelsmannStep 12I was going to put threeof the same silhouetteon the top of thebunker, but I decidedagainst it because itwould have looked toocrowded. I used themove tool to move thesilhouette to themiddle of the bunker.
  • 22. Jerry UelsmannStep 13I pasted anotherpicture of my friend onthe top layer
  • 23. JerryUelsmannStep 14I used the eraser toolto erase the roughedges of my friend.
  • 24. Jerry UelsmannStep 15I used Free Transformto shrink and move theperson. The edges stilllooked rough, but asthis was going to be asilhouette it didn’tmatter
  • 25. Jerry UelsmannStep 16Again, I made the persona silhouette using theBrightness/Contrastfeature.Brightness -100.Contrast +100.I realised the badge ofthe school uniform hadaccidentally gonetransparent, but I likedthe effect, so I kept it.
  • 26. Jerry UelsmannStep 17I used the Magic Erasertool to erase out thewindow of thewatchtower.
  • 27. Jerry UelsmannStep 18I pasted in a picture ofa model’s eye that Itook. I was going to putthe eye in the windowplace
  • 28. Jerry UelsmannStep 19I set the eye to thelayer in-between thetower and the sky, sonow the eye was inwhere the window was
  • 29. Jerry UelsmannStep 20I used Free Transformagain to size and movethe eye accordingly.This gave a‘watchtower’ feel, tyingin with the theme ofmy photography
  • 30. Jerry UelsmannStep 21To see how it wouldlook in the Uelsmannstyle (black and white) Imade the eye black andwhite by going toImage>Adjustments>DesaturateI was pleased with theway it turned out
  • 31. Jerry UelsmannStep 22I decided to crop outthe right half of thepicture. I felt that if Ihad kept the rightside, it would havemeant that I had to putsomething in it, whichwould run the risk ofmaking the pictureovercrowded.
  • 32. Jerry UelsmannStep 23I used the freetransform again. Ishrunk the silhouetteand moved it to theright of the tower
  • 33. Jerry UelsmannStep 24I duplicated the layerbecause I was going tocreate a ‘colony’ ofsilhouettes
  • 34. Jerry UelsmannStep 25I went toImage>Adjustments>Brightness & ContrastBrightness was +100 aswas the Contrast.This made thesilhouette white, givinga nice contrast whenturned Grayscale
  • 35. Jerry UelsmannStep 26I moved the whitesilhouette to the left ofthe other silhouette. Iwas going to repeat thisuntil I had a ‘colony’scaling the side of thewatchtower.
  • 36. Jerry UelsmannStep 27I used free transform toshorten the silhouette.I did this because Ithought it made thepicture more in-depth.
  • 37. Jerry UelsmannStep 28As I wanted to createan army ofsilhouettes, I duplicatedthe layer with the blacksilhouette and moved itto the left of the whitesilhouette
  • 38. Jerry UelsmannStep 29I repeated this processwith the whitesilhouette
  • 39. Jerry UelsmannStep 30I wanted my army to goall the way around thefortification, so Irepeated the processeslike before
  • 40. Jerry UelsmannStep 31All Jerry Uelsmannpictures are ingrayscale, so I did justthat by going toImage>Mode>Grayscale
  • 41. Jerry UelsmannStep 32I felt my image waslacking something so Igot this picture of aseagull that I took. I feltthat adding a seagullwould help fill in someof the empty space inthe document
  • 42. Jerry UelsmannStep 33I selected it inPhotoshop using theMagic Wand tool, thenI then pasted it into myWatchtower picture
  • 43. Jerry UelsmannStep 34Using Free Transform, Ishrunk the seagull andmoved it slightly
  • 44. Jerry UelsmannStep 35Zooming in, Idiscovered that therewere a couple of pixelsof sky from the seagullpicture, whichshouldn’t have beenthere, so I used theEraser tool to get rid ofthem. I used a largediameter eraser, as itwas quicker.
  • 45. Jerry UelsmannStep 36I decided that the leftside of the towerlooked more bare thanthe other, so I movedthe seagull to the otherside using the Movetool.
  • 46. Jerry UelsmannStep 37I wanted the seagull tolook like it was flyingtowards the tower, so Iwent to Edit>Transform>Flip horizontal
  • 47. Jerry UelsmannStep 38The seagull had quiterough edges, that onlybecame apparent whenit was against a darkbackground. I used theEraser tool with a smalldiameter just to goaround the edges ofthe bird
  • 48. This was my final image. I like the way it turned out, especially with the black & white tone.
  • 49. Our Second Artist Jerry UelsmannOuter Limits Opening