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Re: Photoshop


From: Judie (judiej50_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon May 27 2002 - 04:07:29 PDT

This sounds great! Taking it one step further, I've had the students then
take their digitally altered image and enlarge it manually--using the grid
method--and add color with paints, pastels, or colored pencils. Nice

Judie J

>This year I taught Photoshop and digital cameras with 8th-12th graders. One
>of everyone's favorite lessons is to take a digital portrait of every
>student. Upload into computer. Each student opens their own photo in
>Photoshop. Using the "Filters" (glowing edges, embossing, watercolor,
>rippled water, chrome, etc.) students manipulate and alter their photos with
>one click of the mouse. If they do not like the effect press "edit", "undo".
>They love seeing how easy it is to change the photos. Surrealism is
>another favorite lesson.
>Martha Dodge