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Photoshop

  1. 1. Kayla Napier CI 350 Harold Blanco 17 October 2013 Photoshop Description Project 1:For this assignment, I chose a YouTube tutorial that explained how to blend two pictures together. First, I selected my two images from Bridge. I then highlighted the two images and loaded them into Photoshop layers. Next, I selected the gradient tool from the side bar. Before using this tool, I clicked the add layer mask icon to my overlapped image. Finally, I selected the top of my picture using the gradient tool which then blended my two photographs together. To add words to my background, I simply used the text tool from the side bar, and selected a color for the text. Then to make this project look more complete, I used the bevel and emboss tool to change the shadows and depth of the text. Finally, I clicked the warp text tool from the top of the screen to make the words appear arched. Unit Plan Project: For this assignment, I decided to create an election poster for the Presidential election of 1860 representing Abraham Lincoln and his running mate, Hannibal Hamlin. For this poster, I selected the following images to work with: a picture of Lincoln, Hamlin, and photograph of an American Flag. I then selected these images from the Bridge tool, and loaded them into Photoshop layers. Then I set each image’s resolution to 200 pixels, so that none of the pictures would look blurry. I then used the flag as the background image, placed the other photos on top, and used the free transform tool to make the images smaller. Next, I faded the photographs of Lincoln and Hamlin by selecting the add layer mask and then utilizing the gradient tool. This made portions of both images transparent, so that the background would show through. Then, I inserted a quote and text using the text tool and color pallets.
  2. 2. Finally, I used the bevel and emboss tool to give the quote shadow and depth. Finally, I used the warp text tool to arch the words “1860 Election.”

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