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Courtney's Photo Hunt

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Courtney's Photo Hunt

  1. 1. Courtney Conner<br />EDIT 5325<br />Unit 5<br />
  2. 2. For this picture I first off cropped the picture to get a close up on the faces. I started off by adjusting the levels for the ideal color. I then used the Hue/Saturation tool and took the saturation to -75. I used the dropper tool to select the color of the necklace to get the color for the text. I used Giddy Up Std. font.<br />
  3. 3. In this photo there was some major glare on the band of one of the hats so I used the clone stamp to take that out. I then used levels to adjust the color. I also used shadow/highlight to make the picture a bit brighter. I used Ravie font for the text.<br />
  4. 4. I first off adjusted the levels to get a good quality picture. I then desaturated the picture to make it black and white. I then added a sepia photo filter to give it a rustic western look. Once I had the picture like I wanted it I added the text using Giddy Up Std font.<br />
  5. 5. This picture was taken with clothes on but I wanted to create the effect that I was actually taking a bath. So I used the paintbrush tool and made it 56pt with a 100% hardness. I chose the white color with a 50-60% opacity to create the bubbles in the tub. I then adjusted the levels to try to make the color a bit more even. I adjusted the Shadow/highlight to give it a bit more shadow.<br />
  6. 6. I first off adjusted the levels to get a good quality picture. I then desaturated the picture to make it black and white. I then added a sepia photo filter to give it a rustic western look. Once I had the picture like I wanted it I added the text using Giddy Up Std font.<br />
  7. 7. After getting the ideal color by using levels I put a Halftone Paper Filter with a dot pattern on the picture. I did this to give the picture the effect of being really old.<br />

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