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Hand Tint Slideshow


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Hand Tint Slideshow

  1. 1. #5 Hand Tint Using Color & Emphasis• A splash of color!
  2. 2. Artistic Choice• As the artist, you get to decide what you want your viewers to see.• For this project, you will use the principle of emphasis through the element of color.• The color will draw the viewers eye through hand tinting.• Artists use to actually use oils and paint on top of photographs. We will be doing the digitally of course though.
  3. 3. Color Choice• Remember our color wheel? – Primary Colors • Red, Yellow, & Blue – Secondary Colors • Orange, Green, & Purple – Complementary Colors • Colors that are across from each other on the color wheel • Red & Green • Orange & Blue • Yellow & Purple• Think about pastels & bright colors
  4. 4. Requirements• 1. Complete the peacock sample found in the class resources folder as shown during the introduction.*Save twice, once as .psd & once as .jpg – Martinsen_K_#2_sample.psd & – Martinsen_K_#2_sample.jpg• 2. Use 5 of your own image to hand tint. These need to be ORIGINAL IMAGES (meaning you took them). NO OLD PHOTOS!* Save twice, once as .psd & once as .jpg – Martinsen_K_#2_01.psd & – Martinsen_K_#2_01.jpg – Martinsen_K_#2_02.pds & – Martinsen_K_#2_02.jpg
  5. 5. Requirements Continued• Meaning you are to turn in 12 images all together – 1 sample (.psd & .jpg) – 5 original (.psd & .jpg)• Save to your folder, then when finished copy & paste all of them into your period’s class IN- BOX folder under the #2 Hand Tint folder.
  6. 6. Steps• Make a duplicate layer of the background – Right click under layers & duplicate layer• Turn newly duplicated layer into black & white – Image, adjustments, hue/saturation – Pull the saturation all the way to the left• Create a new layer – Layer, new or click on page icon next to the garbage can on the layer menu. – Name by double clicking on the words Layer 1 & name the layer what color you want to use.
  7. 7. Steps Continued• Pick which color you want to paint with – Double click foreground color box & select color• Paint – Select the brush tool (looks like a paint brush) – Start to paint in areas with color to emphasis that particular part. – Hint…make your brush bigger for large areas & smaller for smaller areas. Also, hold down shift to connect the brush strokes.
  8. 8. Steps Continued• Change blend mode from normal to screen or overlay• Lower opacity if desired• Go back with the eraser to clean up the edges• Create a new layer for each new color you use – Layer, new – Name accordingly
  9. 9. Examples