TREND REPORT SS14′

When creating my Trend Report I used the following Tools: Quick Selecting Tool to select the models and put them into another layer, and some of the backgroung Type Tool to write the name of the brands, title and description Magnetic Lasso Tool Elliptical Marquee Tool

Hand in – Questions

What is resolution?  Resolution is what we use to describe the number of pixels that one image contains. If one image has higher resolution, that means the number of pixels to create the image image is quite large.     What resolutions are appropriate for print and for web? The appropriate resolution for commercial print… Continue reading Hand in – Questions

Capturing and manipulating images WEEK 4 – Retouching

The work we did this week was fun, but yet very productive. We had the chance to learn how to perform a digital gender reassignment by using the retouching tools of Photoshop program.   Process: After download the “Photoshop-Retouching-Exersise.JPG” doc from the moodle, we opened it with the respective program and duplicated the background layer by dragging… Continue reading Capturing and manipulating images WEEK 4 – Retouching

Capturing and manipulating images WEEK 3 – Image Optimisation and Compositing

In last Thursday’s class we learned how to place a character from one scene to another through Image Optimisation and Compositing. We were given two images to work with, named “Long-Road-Ahead.jpg” and the “Balmain-full-fashion-runway-model.jpg”.   Background: We set the resolution to 300 ppi; After that we used the Crop Tool; Changed the Backgorung Layer’s name to “Long… Continue reading Capturing and manipulating images WEEK 3 – Image Optimisation and Compositing

Capturing and manipulating images WEEK 2 – Selection Tools

In our second lesson of Capturing and Manipulation Images, we were asked to take a picture of someone in the class, upload it onto the computer and work it in six different ways with the Adobe Photoshop CS6 program. All the students learned how to create a Layer from Background and then work with the Selection… Continue reading Capturing and manipulating images WEEK 2 – Selection Tools