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photoshop.com
    Lisa Sjogren
Before You Leave Today

• Resource to edit images and photographs
  online and on your computer for FREE!
• Basics of edit...
About photoshop.com

• Free and online, not to be confused with
  Adobe Photoshop software program.
• Extremely easy to us...
http://www.photoshop.com


• One Bullet
• Two Bullet
•
Select Online Editor

• One Bullet
• Two Bullet
•
Visit http://bit.ly/c4icecream


• One Bullet
• Two Bullet
•
Select an Album, Click Upload


• One Bullet
• Two Bullet
•
Photos Will Upload
While We Are Uploading
The Rule of Thirsds
An image should be imagined as dived into
nine equal parts by two equally-spaced
horizontal lines and ...
Example
Couple of Other Tips
• Do be aware of background elements when
  taking photos of people.
• Do be aware of the angle of th...
Back to photoshop.com
Moving Around Gallery

• One Bullet
• Two Bullet
•
Editing Your Photos
Editing Your Photos
Editing Your Photos
Crop and Rotate
Resize
Auto Correct (Before)
Auto Correct (After)
The Finish Button

• One Bullet
• Two Bullet
•
Adjusting Exposure (Before)
Adjusting Exposure (After)


• One Bullet
• Two Bullet
•
Fixing Red Eye

                 Zoom
                  Tool




      Undo
Retouching a Photo
Adjusting the Saturation
Adjusting the Saturation
White Balance
Highlight
Fill Light
Sharpen
Soft Focus
Pop Color
Pop Color
Adjusting the Hue
Adjusting the Hue
Changing a Photo to B/W
Adjusting the Tint
Sketch Function
Distort
Decorate
Other Benefits

• Integrates with Facebook, Flickr,
  Photobucket, and Picasa
• Login to these applications.
• Allows you t...
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photoshop.com- why pay big bucks when free will do?

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If you don't have access to Adobe Photoshop let this session broaden your horizions to learn about photoshop.com. Including techniques that will help your students create eye-popping digital projects for both Web and print.

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  • Transcript of "photoshop.com- why pay big bucks when free will do?"

    1. 1. photoshop.com Lisa Sjogren
    2. 2. Before You Leave Today • Resource to edit images and photographs online and on your computer for FREE! • Basics of editing a photo • Advanced features of photo editing.
    3. 3. About photoshop.com • Free and online, not to be confused with Adobe Photoshop software program. • Extremely easy to use. • Online competitors include picnik.com and picasa (software download required).
    4. 4. http://www.photoshop.com • One Bullet • Two Bullet •
    5. 5. Select Online Editor • One Bullet • Two Bullet •
    6. 6. Visit http://bit.ly/c4icecream • One Bullet • Two Bullet •
    7. 7. Select an Album, Click Upload • One Bullet • Two Bullet •
    8. 8. Photos Will Upload
    9. 9. While We Are Uploading
    10. 10. The Rule of Thirsds An image should be imagined as dived into nine equal parts by two equally-spaced horizontal lines and two equally-spaced vertical lines, and that important compositional elements should be placed along these lines or their intersections, --Wikipedia
    11. 11. Example
    12. 12. Couple of Other Tips • Do be aware of background elements when taking photos of people. • Do be aware of the angle of the sun and the amount of light • Most importantly-- learn about your camera and shoot in RAW format if at all possible.
    13. 13. Back to photoshop.com
    14. 14. Moving Around Gallery • One Bullet • Two Bullet •
    15. 15. Editing Your Photos
    16. 16. Editing Your Photos
    17. 17. Editing Your Photos
    18. 18. Crop and Rotate
    19. 19. Resize
    20. 20. Auto Correct (Before)
    21. 21. Auto Correct (After)
    22. 22. The Finish Button • One Bullet • Two Bullet •
    23. 23. Adjusting Exposure (Before)
    24. 24. Adjusting Exposure (After) • One Bullet • Two Bullet •
    25. 25. Fixing Red Eye Zoom Tool Undo
    26. 26. Retouching a Photo
    27. 27. Adjusting the Saturation
    28. 28. Adjusting the Saturation
    29. 29. White Balance
    30. 30. Highlight
    31. 31. Fill Light
    32. 32. Sharpen
    33. 33. Soft Focus
    34. 34. Pop Color
    35. 35. Pop Color
    36. 36. Adjusting the Hue
    37. 37. Adjusting the Hue
    38. 38. Changing a Photo to B/W
    39. 39. Adjusting the Tint
    40. 40. Sketch Function
    41. 41. Distort
    42. 42. Decorate
    43. 43. Other Benefits • Integrates with Facebook, Flickr, Photobucket, and Picasa • Login to these applications. • Allows you to do editing with these images as well.

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