1.Look through your own images for color similarities.
2. Edit your images to look even more similar...
-Adjust brightness contract
-Use the color replacement tool to help match some of your colors
-Use the Color matcher tool shown in class
4. Open a blank 8X10 image in photo shop
5.Start organizing your images into a MOOD BOARD.
6.Post your Mood Board to your blog.
Mood Board example layouts..
Photo shoot-I can capture several images that communicate the same mood or color scheme
Photoshop-I can use Photoshop to enhance the colors in my images.
We are also going to prep for the rising artist show!
-Choose your favorite photo/project from the semester
-Open a blank white page in photoshop 5X7 Resolution 300
-Open your photo in another tab
-Drag the photo onto thw white page
-If it is too big or small hold ctrl T and fit it to the page
~As the audience
T--Tell something you like
A--Ask a question
G--Give a suggestion
*You may not work on other work while we are critiquing.. Either be on the class site or on the blog of the person that we are critiquing. DO NOT SAY..
I like it...
Elaborate on your comments.. what makes it pretty?
why do you like it? What is unique about this piece?
Do not raise your hand! This should be an open dialog.
storyboard is a graphic organizer that plans a narrative. Storyboards are a powerful way to visually present information; the linear direction of the cells is perfect for storytelling, explaining a process, and showing the passage of time. At their core, storyboards are a set of sequential drawings to tell a story. By breaking a story into linear, bite-sized chunks, it allows the author to focus on each cell separately, without distraction.
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE PHOTOS..open a blank page in Photoshop and start illustrating a storyboard using your bamboo tablet! Add this to your planning page!
Today in class I will be showing you how to organize a storyboard in Photoshop! Directions
-Open up a black page in Photoshop-- Think about the size (shape) you want for your background..
-Resolution at least 300
-Open up the multiple image you want to use in photoshop
- Drag the images to the background.
-Resize the images using Ctrl +T
-HOLD DOWN SHIFT if you have to change the size of the photo
-Play with colors in the background
-Play with text and imagery