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How to do photo manipulation


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How to do photo manipulation

  1. 2. To begin, choose a picture from Shared on ‘server’ M : student use files or Student use pics for photo manipulation Sumi e filter
  2. 3. Use the Dodge Tool to lighten some areas of your picture. Exposure - a high number will make it lighter quickly Exposure setting Twirl filter
  3. 4. Use the Burn Tool to make some areas darker . Exposure- a high number will make it darker quickly. Exposure setting Water paper filter
  4. 5. <ul><li>Use the Magic Wand to select areas of the picture. Hold down the CTRL key to select more than one area. </li></ul><ul><li>2. Select the Gradient tool , choose your two colors, and set the Opacity to a middle number to make it partially transparent </li></ul>Chrome filter
  5. 6. 1. What a partially transparent Gradient looks like. 2. Click Select: None to get rid of the selection lines Glowing edges
  6. 7. Select an area using the Magic Wand or Lasso Tool . Choose a Filter for the area. Experiment with the settings for the Filter. Make this box 15% to see what your whole are will look like before you press OK. Watercolor filter Plastic wrap filter
  7. 8. You can try as many different Filters as you like on different areas of the picture until you are happy with the picture. I used the same Filter on several areas Trace contour filter
  8. 9. When you are happy with the picture Save it to My Documents as photo manipulation . Make sure you save it as a JPEG Zig zag filter
  9. 10. Original Picture Finished Photo Manipulated Picture