Photoshop Assignments - Part 2 - presented in Keynote
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Liberty Bell


Silhouette
iPod Silhouette
  • Open image in Photoshop
  • Choose Save As from the File menu and give a new name
  • Unlock the background by double-clicking on the lock in the layers tab
  • Use the Quick Selection tool to select portions of the background - press Delete to eliminate the background colors
  • Select the background with the Magic Wand
  • From the Select menu choose Inverse
  • Set the Foreground color to Black - then Edit > Fill Selection
  • Select the background with the Magic Wand
  • Select the Foreground to a bright color - then Edit > Fill Selection
  • Save As GIF
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Boston Massacre


Image in Shape
Image In Shape
  • Open image in Photoshop
  • Choose Save As from the File menu and give a new name
  • Unlock the background by double-clicking on the lock in the layers tab
  • Select a Shape using the Cookie Cutter tool
  • Draw shape and adjust size
  • Click the green check mark when done
  • Crop unwanted background space
  • Save As GIF
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Declaration of Independence


Image In Type
Image in Type
  • Open image in Photoshop
  • Choose Save As from the File menu and give a new name
  • Unlock the background by double-clicking on the lock in the layers tab
  • Use the text tool to type in a bold style
  • Move the Text Layer to the bottom of the list
  • Select Layer 0 - From the Layers menu choose Group with Previous
  • Crop unwanted background space
  • Save As GIF
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George Washington


Cut Out Background
Cut Out Background
  • Open image in Photoshop
  • Choose Save As from the File menu and give a new name
  • Double-click background layer to change to Layer 0
  • Select the Eraser tool - adjust size and begin to erase the background
  • Save As GIF

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Gradient Text
Gradient Text
  • Open a new file - File > New > Blank file > select default size and Transparent background
  • Select the Vertical or Horizontal Type Mask Tool to enter horizontal text
  • Enter the type you want,
  • Select the Gradient tool.
  • In the options bar, click the desired gradient type (linear, radial, angular, reflected, or diamond).
  • Choose a gradient fill from the Gradient Picker pop-up palette.
  • Position the pointer on the text where you want to set the starting point of the gradient, and drag to define the ending point.
  • Save As GIF
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White House in the 1800's


Gradient Text
Gradient Fill
  • Open image in Photoshop
  • Choose Save As from the File menu and give a new name
  • Unlock the background by double-clicking on the lock in the layers tab
  • Create a new layer
  • Select the gradient tool and choose a gradient to use
  • Draw where you want the gradient to be on the graphic
  • On the layers tab, select Overlay from the pull-down menu
  • Use the Opacity slider to adjust the amount of color
  • Save As JPEG
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Glowing
Glowing
  • Open a new file - File > New > Blank file > select default size and Transparent background
  • Enter text using a large font size
  • Go to the Layers menu and choose Flatten Image
  • From the Filters menu, choose Artistic > Neon Glow - adjust size, brightness and color
  • click OK
  • Crop image to desired size
  • Save As JPEG
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Thomas Jefferson



Original US Flag


Merging Images
Merging Images
  • Open a new blank file
  • Open two images that you want to merge
  • Drag the images onto the new file
  • Adjust image size and placement
  • Select the Eraser tool - choose one with soft edges - adjust opacity as needed
  • Erase the portion that you want removed in order to merge both images into one image
  • From the Layers menu, choose Flatten Image
  • Crop as needed
  • Save As JPEG
Use sponge tool to soften edges
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July 4th poster


Paint Away
Paint Away
  • Open image in Photoshop
  • Choose Save As from the File menu and give a new name
  • Unlock image if needed
  • Select the Brush tool and change the Mode to Color
  • Choose a soft edged medium sized brush
  • Change paint color to gray
  • Start painting gray over the portion from which you want to remove the color
  • Adjust the size of the brush as needed
  • This will leave a portion of the image in Grayscale, while leaving the rest in full color
  • Save As JPEG
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Boston Massacre


Sketches - Poster Edges, Smudge Stick, Film Grain
Sketches
  • Open image in Photoshop
  • Choose Save As from the File menu and give a new name
  • Unlock if needed
  • Go to the Filters menu - use the Poster Edges, Smudge Stick, Watercolor, Sketch and /or other Filters to change the photograph into a sketch image
  • Save AS JPEG

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Total Points Possible 100