Please transcribe this into your notes about the quality of light
Read this tutorial and try it out on the image below- really mess it up using paint, etc, and use the history to go back to restore it...also use the snapshot tool to get to a different time
PANGONG TSO ( VIA PRATEEK DUBEY)
Find a photograph of landscape photography on this page 50 Most Breathtaking Examples of Landscape Photography. Answer the following questions using complete sentences in your notebook.
1. Describe the photograph you have chosen- artist and title (if any?) Where was it taken? What is it a picture of- or what do you think the photo is of? What time of day do you think it was taken?
2. What about the photograph do you like? Is it the angle it was taken by the photographer? The detail? Color? Point of View?
3. What aperture (fstop) do you think the photographer used? Why?
4. What shutter speed do you think the photographer used? Why?
Resize the following photograph to 4" high x 6" wide, 300 resolution.
Clone the surfer to the right so that there are two surfers on the beach.
You may want to use a smaller clone size and increase the canvas size to get the details.
Once you clone him, make sure to clean up the area around the cloned surfer to make his background look correct- you may have to clone some of the background area as well.
Hint: you wrote in your notes on Friday how to clone an area.
Read this article on Photoshop Disasters and Controversies here and answer the questions below in your notebook in complete sentences for your choice of a photograph:
1. Describe the picture- what was it used for?
2. Why do you think it was stated as edited poorly? What was it about the picture that was sloppy/ not done well?
3. What do you think the retoucher was aiming for? What could they have done right?
4. When viewing this picture, how do you feel as a consumer?
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Rancho Buena Vista High School ROP Photographic Imaging I Teacher