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Opening PowerPoint

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  • 1.
  • 2. Photoshop Elements 4
    “Modeled after the professional-grade, industry-standard Adobe Photoshop CS2, Photoshop Elements delivers far and away more capabilities than any other image-editing program in its price range.”
    “Elements provides more features than most digital photographers will ever use. Photoshop Elements is a consumer-level program for folks with professional-quality aspirations.” (McClelland 3)
  • 3. What do you do with Photoshop?
    Chase Newton, iD Tech Camps, Virginia
    “When 9-year-old Chase Newton left home to attend summer camp, he never imagined that he would end up flying over the pyramids or climbing huge buildings King Kong-style. But thanks to his vivid imagination, Canon digital camera, and Adobe® Photoshop® Elements, that's exactly where he ended up.”
    Showcases – Adobe User Guide
  • 4. What do you do with Photoshop?
    Christian and Luke, students at Woodland Elementary Charter School used Adobe® Photoshop® to help them with the design of their card game, “ChrisLukeTian.”
    Once they finished their designs in November they scanned them in to Photoshop, and then completed the project by colorizing them and adding dimension. They each made a poster, as well as the cards, to promote their card game. The other students at school have started collecting "ChrisLukeTian" cards as they do Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh cards.
    Showcases – Adobe User Guide
  • 5. What do you do with Photoshop?
    Christian has also used Adobe Photoshop to do various homework assignments. One assignment was to design a "cereal box book report" where he sketched out the idea on paper, then scanned the image and finished it off using Photoshop.
    Showcases – Adobe User Guide
  • 6. What do you do with Photoshop?
    Christian’s most recent project was to create a shoebox biography of his favorite author, R.L. Stine. He once again chose Photoshop to complete his project. He scanned in various Goosebump book covers, scaled them down in size, and made a collage. To complete the project, he then covered a shoebox with a print out.
    Showcases – Adobe User Guide
  • 7. What do you do with Photoshop?
    Pick a category, and view amazing — even breathtaking — digital images created and enhanced by students with Adobe Photoshop Elements software. The images were submitted by teachers, or by the students themselves.
    Showcases – Adobe User Guide
    “Bridge Bones”
    Guy BiecheleAthol, Massachusetts
  • 8. “An old man studies at his desk”
    WenjingZengCoral Reef Sr. High — Miami, Florida
  • 9. “Morning Magic”
    Guy BiecheleAthol, Massachusetts
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  • 14. www.bertmonroy.com
  • 15. Getting and Organizing Photos
    Let’s hear it for Deke!
    Listen closely because there will be a quiz.